I do love the Corsair style of finish. Pure black with attractive two tone product stickers on either side of the chassis. The paintwork is resistant against fingerprints and is difficult to mark. We ran a screwdriver down one side of the chassis with a little force and it didn’t mark at all.
Corsair are using a large 140mm fan in this unit, which is hidden behind a metal grill and company badge in the center. We will take a closer look at this when we open up the chassis.
One side of the chassis is honeycomb vented to help improve air flow around the components. At the side is a power switch and connector.
The modular panel takes up the full area of the other side of the power supply. All of the ports are clearly labelled to make the system installation phase as painfree as possible. There is also a self test button and a ‘comm port’ which is used for Corsair Link connection.
The AX1200i can deliver 100.4A to the +12V rail, which is more than enough for even the most demanding multi GPU system configurations. The total power output is rated to 1204.8W.