Corsair set a new standard when it comes to enthusiast grade power supplies when it launched the AX1200i digital ATX power supply. We took a look at the unit back in August and couldn't say enough good about the unit. It is easily one of the top three power supplies we have ever laid our hands on, but it comes with two drawbacks: it is expensive and delivers way more power than most will ever have a need for.
or those that go balls to the wall with quad GPUs and lots of overclocking, this isn't going to be an issue. Your average enthusiast with dual GPUs and a decent air cooler is left with technology that he would find incredibly useful, but out of his or her budget, mostly because of the cost associated with high wattage units.
Today Corsair is launching the AX860i and AX760i which should alleviate both of these issues. The two new power supplies bring the same digitally controlled power and 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency provided by the AX2100i, just at reduced wattages and prices. As with all power supplies in the new AXi line, the new units are also controllable, and can be monitored via the Corsair Link software.
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