Subject: General Tech | December 20, 2018 - 05:01 AM | Jim Tanous
Tagged: SFX PSU, scythe, Samsung, ryzen 3, RTX 2060, podcast, ghost canyon, enterprise ssd, crucial, Corsair PSU
PC Perspective Podcast #526 - 12/19/2018
Our podcast this week looks at some new enterprise SSDs from Samsung, a quiet and capable CPU air cooler from Sycthe, rumors of new mobile GPUs from NVIDIA and AMD, and more!
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00:06:27 - Review: Samsung Enterprise SSD
00:28:25 - Review: Scythe Ninja 5 CPU Cooler
00:39:01 - Review: Corsair Platinum SFX PSU
00:43:46 - Review: Crucial P1 SSD
00:55:58 - Rumor: NVIDIA RTX Mobile
00:58:01 - Rumor: NVIDIA RTX 2060
01:01:20 - Rumor: AMD Ryzen 3000 Mobile
01:04:41 - News: AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2019 Edition
01:13:15 - Rumor: Intel Ghost Canyon X NUC
01:16:24 - News: Gigabyte AORUS Xtreme WaterForce Motherboard
01:21:17 - News: JEDEC HBM Standard Updates
01:24:25 - News: Windows Sandbox
Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 21, 2012 - 03:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: TX750M, TX550M, Corsair PSU, Corsair Enthusiast Series, PSU, modular psu
Perhaps we should rethink the component that Corsair is best know for as [H]ard|OCP points out that they currently have seven families of PSU on the market right now. They mention that fact when starting out their review of the Corsair Enthusiast Series Modular TX550M and TX750M PSUs. They passed the PSU torture tests with flying colours but still feel short of an award due to pricing. With so much competition in the PSU market right now it is not enough for a PSU to provide solid power, it must also be priced similarly to the competition.
"Are you a "hardcore PC gamer?" A "Performance Enthusiast?" Or "Anybody who appreciates a combination of high performance standards and affordability?" Corsair Enthusiast Series power supplies in 550 watt and 750 watt are reviewed today and we will tell you whether or not we see those as enthusiast PSUs."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Antec HCG-620M 620 W @ techPowerUp
- OCZ ZT 650W @ Guru3D
- Enermax Revolultion87+ 1000-watt @ Tweaktown
- Thortech Thunderbolt Plus 1200 W @ techPowerUp
- Enermax Platimax 850 W Power Supply Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Enermax Platimax 750W - 80 Plus Platinum Arrives @ AnandTech
- SilverStone Strider Gold Evolution 1200-watt @ Tweaktown
- NZXT HALE82 850 Watt Modular Power Supply Review @ Hi Tech Legion
- Kingwin LZP-1000: Platinum Efficiency at a KiloWatt @ SPCR
- Antec VP450 Power Supply Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Athena Power AP-MFATX40P8 400 W Power Supply Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Spire BlackDragon 400 W @ techPowerUp
Introduction and Features
Corsair Memory continues to expand their PC power supply offering with the introduction of four new modular power supplies in their Enthusiast Series; the TX550M, TX650M, TX750M and TX850M. Corsair designed all of the new modular power supplies to deliver clean, stable, continuous power at an affordable price for PC gamers and performance enthusiasts. All of the Enthusiast Series TX Modular power supplies feature an energy-efficient design (80Plus Bronze certified), quiet operation and are backed by a 5-year warranty with lifetime access to Corsair's comprehensive technical support and customer service.
Here is what Corsair has to say about their new Enthusiast Series TX Modular PSUs:
"Corsair Enthusiast Series power supply units are designed for hardcore PC gamers, performance enthusiasts, and anybody who appreciates a combination of high performance standards and affordability. Enthusiast Series PSUs are 80 Plus Bronze certified, and are available in both modular and non-modular configurations.
Based on the award-winning Enthusiast Series TX V2 line, Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs add a modular cabling system for improved installation flexibility. It provides a great combination of exacting performance standards and affordability. "