No, the naming of the Corsair RMx Series 750W does not imply RMA
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 23, 2018 - 03:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: modular psu, corsair, RMx Series, 750w
The RMx naming separates this PSU from the RMi lineup which includes Corsair's Link which reduces the price somewhat and the 850W model was good enough to receive a Gold Award from Lee. [H]ard|OCP tested out the 750W member of this family, enough power for many builds, to see if it matched the quality of its big brother. Their tests showed a solid PSU that met all the requirements for a pass and a Silver; though it does have a small problem. Last years Corsair TX750M is every bit as good and at a lower price with only one possible drawback, the ATX power connector is not modular. This will not matter as all motherboards like to have their power in order to POST. Check out the full review here.
"Corsair has been bumping up its street cred lately with PSU designs that are up to HardOCP standards. Today we have its latest 2018 version of the RM series PSU rated at 750 watts. It features Gold efficiency, a fully modular design, has a 10 year warranty, and carries with it a fully modular design, all for the price of $110."
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