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Corsair announces RMi-series power supplies at Computex 2015

Corsair's whisper-quiet RM-series gets a refresh

Corsair announces RMi-series power supplies

Corsair announces RMi-series power supplies at Computex 2015

 

Corsair's whisper-quiet RM-series PSUs are getting a refresh. According to the press release, the RMi Series PSUs 'raise the bar for what PC enthusiasts can expect from an 80+ Gold PSU with the addition of silent Zero-RPM fan operation, Corsair Link customization and monitoring, all 105 degrees Celcius-rated Japanese capacitors, and fully modular cabled.'

 

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The RMi PSUs are available now, and they come in 650W, 750W, 850W and 1000W capacities. Corsair says the following about their new silent 80+ Gold certified PSUs.

"Building on Corsair’s legacy of enthusiast class PSUs, the RMi Series PSUs are designed from the ground up to deliver 80 PLUS Gold energy efficiency, reducing operating costs and excess heat, while delivering superior electrical performance, thanks to extremely tight voltage regulation and minimal ripple noise. To do this, Corsair has used only industry-leading 105°C-rated Japanese capacitors, providing unwavering power and reliability for high-end PCs. This ensures the electricity reaching a gaming PC’s power hungry components is as clean and stable as possible. The RMi Series PSUs are also stable, with a 140mm fluid-dynamic-bearing equipped cooling fan that runs in Zero RPM fan mode, only spinning up when the PSU needs to and operating virtually silently at low and medium loads."

 Corsair announces RMi-series power supplies

As we know, Corsair PSUs with an 'i' in the model name come equipped with Corsair Link support, which can be used to monitor power consumption, voltages, temperatures and PSU efficiency. Corsair Link also offers the ability to control the PSUs fan speed or switch from a default multi-rail +12V power delivery to a single rail power delivery. The RMi is fully modular and is backed by a seven-year warranty.

 

Corsair announces RMi-series power supplies

 

Technical Specifications:

 

•    80 PLUS Gold certified: High efficiency operation for less excess heat and lower operating costs

•    100% all Japanese 105°C capacitors: Premium internal components ensure solid power delivery and long-term reliability

•    Zero RPM Fan Mode: Allows for virtually silent operation at low and medium loads

•    Configurable +12V rail options:  Can be run in the default multi-rail +12V mode, or toggled to single-rail operation

•    Corsair Link Digital:  Advanced desktop application lets users monitor and log fan speed, voltages and power consumption, as well       as control fan speed and toggle the +12V rail from multi-rail to a single +12V rail

•    Seven year warranty: A guarantee of reliable operation that will last across several system builds

•    Suggested Retail Prices:     

         o    650W - $129.99 MSRP       

         o    750W - $139.99 MSRP       

         o    850W - $159.99 MSRP       

         o    1000W - $189.99 MSRP

 

Corsair announces RMi-series power supplies

 

We at OC3D will keep you up to date on new products announced at Computex 2015.

 

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Corsair's silent RM-series power supplies are getting a refresh. Meet the Corsair RMi-series PSUs, available...

Posted by OC3D on Monday, 1 June 2015
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Most Recent Comments

01-06-2015, 08:38:24

TPC
is there any difference between the HXi AXi or RMi? to me they seem the same.Quote

01-06-2015, 08:42:34

AverageNinja
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Originally Posted by TPC View Post
is there any difference between the HXi AXi or RMi? to me they seem the same.
HXi and AXi are both 80+ platinum rated. AXi was the first platinum-rated of the two, and is supposedly a bit more high-end. The RMi is 80+ gold rated.Quote

01-06-2015, 08:46:39

JR23
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Originally Posted by TPC View Post
is there any difference between the HXi AXi or RMi? to me they seem the same.
Just quality of the internal components, the AXi's are built by Flextronics rather than CWB as well so different OEM's. Presumably now RMi's just got a step closer to to HXi's.

Not sure about the new Corsair logo, I think it might be time to give up hope.

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