Corsair Professional Series AX760 and AX860 review

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Corsair have been active lately, not only have they recently unleashed a new range of liquid coolers, but they have introduced two completely new power supply families. We have already reviewed the AX760i and AX860i ‘digital’ supplies, a formidable design in collaboration with Flextronics. Today we are analysing the latest AX760 and AX860 units, both Platinum certified modular units at a more affordable price point. Are they worthy of a purchase?

There is no doubt that the AX760i and AX860i are spectacular power supplies, however they are rather expensive. Corsair have released the new non ‘i’ supplies to target a slightly wider audience, charging around £20 less per unit. If you have no interest in the Corsair LINK interface module and accompanying software it may be a good way to keep a little extra cash in the bank.

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The AX760 and AX860 are certainly not budget power supplies. Corsair have teamed up with market leader Seasonic to introduce the highest quality products for the enthusiast user. These are fully modular designs which have achieved 80 Plus Platinum Certification. The designs incorporate a hybrid fan controller which offers a ‘zero RPM’ mode at up to around 70% of load (if room ambient is maintained at around 25c). The company have adopted Sanyo Denki fans in both supplies, premium quality units.

Corsair AX760 Overview:

  • 63 Amp Single +12V rail
  • 80 PLUS PLATINUM Efficiency
  • Ultra Low Noise Fan Control with Zero RPM Mode
  • ZVS technology
  • 3.3V & 5V DC-DC and Independent DC Connector board
  • Premium Quality Components & Double-Sided PCB
  • Fully Modular Cable System
  • Industrial-grade protection, including OCP on the +12V rail
  • Seven Year Warranty

Corsair AX860 Overview:

  • 71 Amp Single +12V rail
  • 80 PLUS PLATINUM Efficiency
  • Ultra Low Noise Fan Control with Zero RPM Mode
  • ZVS technology
  • 3.3V & 5V DC-DC and Independent DC Connector board
  • Premium Quality Components & Double-Sided PCB
  • Fully Modular Cable System
  • Industrial-grade protection, including OCP on the +12V rail
  • Seven Year Warranty
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Corsair Professional Series AX760 and AX860 review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Warren

    Excellent! nice work again from the Corsair team. they always partner up with the best.

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  • Davis

    yeah Corsair rock. i love everything they do. well apart from a few of their cheaper cases which are built to a price point obviously……

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  • Xtreme

    I like the i supplies, but im not interested in the software side, so these are better for me. 860w is on the horizon now…….. rocking!

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  • VC9966

    Yep, I want excellent performance like this without stupid software

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  • Harold McCallister

    Good results, ordered the 760W for my new -pre christmas system. thanks.

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  • Michael LeRoy

    Awesome power supplies. Great to see Corsair releasing high quality products compared to other competitors.

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  • StevenCorbett

    Fantastically efficient psu with very stable voltages, but sadly suffers from some mid-range harmonic whine which may annoy some with ultra quiet pcs and sensitive ears.

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