Corsair might have started as a computer RAM manufacturer but today the company also is one of the favorite performance PSU suppliers among enthusiasts. They offer tens of products through six series, each series aiming at a different segment of the market. During the past few months, Corsair completely upgraded the AX PSU series, enriching it with digital units with USB interfaces (such as the AX1200i and the AX860i which we reviewed in the last few months) and replacing the older AX750 and AX850 with the more advanced AX760 and AX860. Due to their power rating and nearly identical specifications, most people would think that the AX760/AX860 and the AX760i/AX860i are identical, with the exception of the USB interface; that however is entirely incorrect, as even the OEM manufacturer differs, meaning that they are entirely different products down to their very core. Is the non-digital version as capable as the digital -i version then in terms of performance? We will find out in this review, as we are putting the AX760 to the test.
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