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750 Watt SeaSonic G-750 80 Plus Gold Certified Semi-Modular Active PFC Power Supply (SSR-750RM) for $59.99 AR + Free Shipping @ Newegg.com

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although not nearly as good a unit or deal as the ss platinum 660 seasonic the other week, this is still an excellent power supply and a very good price. although the 660 could power sli 1070s along with an oc'ed i7, it would be cutting it close and its not its intended purpose as it is more for users with high end motherboards and an exotic cpu cooler who are chasing stability in the 4.9ghz+ range.. this gold unit is more intended for your average sli/cfx user and would easily power sli 1080s oc'ed along with an i7 oc'ed. although you dont need to do sli/cfx as at this price you can drive the unit at half its rated max and stay in the 50% load sweet spot.
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Bought this (yellow label not blue) for my home server 5 years ago at $99.99 AR. Still working great. Recommend it.
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I just bought a Corsair CX750 Bronze 750W non-modular PS two weeks ago from Newegg for $50 after $20 rebate. It's installed and running. This Sea Sonic deal seems better, but is the difference significant enough for me to pull my Corsair and return it?
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I just bought a Corsair CX750 Bronze 750W non-modular PS two weeks ago from Newegg for $50 after $20 rebate. It's installed and running. This Sea Sonic deal seems better, but is the difference significant enough for me to pull my Corsair and return it?
the corsair CX line is known to be priced higher than its actual performance bracket. Look for reviews of your unit. Check Johnnyguru and you may find the information you seek. I would understand if the CX750 was cheaper, but for the same price, this unit will grant you much greater stability in terms of energy delivery.
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Quote from dhalsim2 View Post :
I just bought a Corsair CX750 Bronze 750W non-modular PS two weeks ago from Newegg for $50 after $20 rebate. It's installed and running. This Sea Sonic deal seems better, but is the difference significant enough for me to pull my Corsair and return it?
Keep in mind you can't return it if you've already filed the rebate.

I'd take this unit over the CX line any day, but if you already have it up and running with no issues, it might not be worth the effort. The CX series is a budget set, so if you actually need 750W, I'd switch over, but if you just have a bunch of overhead, don't worry about it.
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I just bought a cx (cx550M) and it was DOA out of the box. I had high thoughts of Corsair until that. Not sure I'll buy Corsair again.
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I just bought a cx (cx550M) and it was DOA out of the box. I had high thoughts of Corsair until that. Not sure I'll buy Corsair again.
I wouldn't let that ruin your perspective of Corsair. There are a couple key things here:

1) All brands/manufacturers occasionally ship out DOA units; it's inevitable for just about any component, and you were simply unlucky.
2) The CX line is Corsair's budget series. Their RMx/RMi/AX PSUs are held to a much higher standard.
3) Technically, Corsair just does some basic QA and slaps their logo and a fan on their PSUs; the PSUs are manufactured mostly by Channel Well Technology (CWT) and rebranded.

I know it sucks to get a dead component, but I'd put the blame more on luck than the company. Now, had the unit been working and then suddenly died weeks/months after use, that's an entirely different story.
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Does this power supply can be use to run the desktop computer?
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Does this power supply can be use to run the desktop computer?
Yes, you can use this power to run your computer, I have bought one before.
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Quote from DjScibbity View Post :
I just bought a cx (cx550M) and it was DOA out of the box. I had high thoughts of Corsair until that. Not sure I'll buy Corsair again.
Quote from roy_gallant View Post :
I wouldn't let that ruin your perspective of Corsair. There are a couple key things here:

1) All brands/manufacturers occasionally ship out DOA units; it's inevitable for just about any component, and you were simply unlucky.
2) The CX line is Corsair's budget series. Their RMx/RMi/AX PSUs are held to a much higher standard.
3) Technically, Corsair just does some basic QA and slaps their logo and a fan on their PSUs; the PSUs are manufactured mostly by Channel Well Technology (CWT) and rebranded.

I know it sucks to get a dead component, but I'd put the blame more on luck than the company. Now, had the unit been working and then suddenly died weeks/months after use, that's an entirely different story.
100% agreement with roy gallant. Couldn't have said it better myself.
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Looks dead to me can anyone confirm?
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Looks dead to me can anyone confirm?
Blind as a bat. Did you apply the promo code as listed in the OP? Should work!


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I just bought a Corsair CX750 Bronze 750W non-modular PS two weeks ago from Newegg for $50 after $20 rebate. It's installed and running. This Sea Sonic deal seems better, but is the difference significant enough for me to pull my Corsair and return it?
Seasonic is top notch. Very few power supplies can come close in terms of quality. Personally I have no love for the CX line but returning your Corsair PSU might put a damper on things. First of all, you will not be able to return the product if you've already cut out the UPC label from the packaging (mail-in rebate). If you haven't done so and still want to return it, think about the cost of shipping it back to Newegg's warehouse. I'm pretty sure it will be high and will offset any kind of "deal" you get w/ this Seasonic deal.

That said, it's extremely rare for Seasonic PSUs to go on sale and when it does it's rarely ever this low. $60 AR is insanely hot for this PSU.
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Yes, you can use this power to run your computer, I have bought one before.
Thank you!
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