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    Corsair TX750W Power Supply Unit
    Author: Alan
    Date Posted:03/04/2008 07:29.43
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: For those who intend on running high-demanding graphics card(s), overclocking their GPUs and/or CPUs, and/or running a ton of optical and hard drives, this unit looks like it has more than enough for the enthusiast gamer. Let us see if it can handle what it was built to do

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    Today we're taking a look at a unit coming Corsair's latest line of Power Supply Units, the 750 Watt TX750W. Like many other memory chip companies in the industry, Corsair has gradually taken strides into other realms of computer hardware outside of their computer memory emphasis. With a relatively hefty MSRP of $199.99 (or the street price of about $120 after rebates), can the TX750W deliver? Lets find out shall we?

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