Corsair HX620 620w Modular PSU

Conclusion

Conclusion

Entering the PSU market for the first time Corsair have certainly taken the bull by the horns with their HX620 unit. Managing extremely stable voltages on the +3.3v and +12v rails with only slight droop on the +5v rails, It was hard to find any negative issues to talk about.

The ribbon-style modular cables made a nice change from the nylon sleeving seen on almost other power supplies, and also proved to be more flexible. Corsair also seem to have avoided some of the major issues often found on other modular power supplies with the HX620, which was a great relief.

For a ~600w unit the sum of £96 may seem a little higher than most other competing products, however as the saying goes - "You get what you pay for", and this is certainly true for the HX620.

Komplett


Pro's
• Good looks and rugged finish.
• High efficiency at full load.
• Excellent performance on +12v and +3.3v rails.
• Sturdy modular connector system.
• Flexible, ribbon-style cables.
• Well packaged.

Con's
• +5.0v rail could have performed better.
• Slightly expensive for a 600w unit (but you get what you pay for!)

Editors Choice

Thanks to Corsair for providing this unit for review.

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27-11-2006, 10:05:17

Ham
Had a quick flick though. Another good job Mr XMS.

Seems very pricy to me though.Quote

27-11-2006, 10:19:56

Mr. Popo
oO0o... very nice!

Price?Quote

27-11-2006, 11:10:28

Ham
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Price?
Read the review, its in there.Quote

27-11-2006, 11:24:35

Mr. Popo
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Read the review, its in there.
I've read it twice, nothing...

Can I see a quote?Quote

27-11-2006, 11:28:06

JN
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"For a ~600w unit the sum of £96 (over at Scan.co.uk) may seem a little higher than most other competing products, however as the saying goes - "You get what you pay for", and this is certainly true for the HX620."

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