Today in our Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU review, we’ll talk about the product’s performance and other important information about it.
We’ll also talk about the colours we’ll see with their advertised “Full RGB” power supply. Ever since Corsair’s first RGB product’s debut (except for their PSU lineup), they’ve been doing it well.
But now, it’s a different story with their CX-F RGB PSU series. They aim for the best gaming gear & hardware suited to last for a long time.
Corsair steps up their game each year, giving additional features that will benefit gamers. In terms of aesthetics, they always put all their effort into it, especially with RGB.
This is where the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU comes in, providing 750 watts of power and 80 PLUS Bronze Efficiency. The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU is their strongest CX-F series Power Supply.
To properly see the power of RGB with this power supply, make sure to select a decent case.
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU also comes in a white variant, which is our sample here. The white version suits white cases and this power supply is a good aesthetic choice if you have such a case.
Before we get started with all the features and specifications, let’s first head over to the packaging section of our Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU review.
Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU Packaging
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU has a neat package design, with a black & yellow theme. The product is displayed on the top and front side, with its logo on the upper-left portion of every side.
There’s quite a weight to it, so the electronic components must be high-grade too.
Inside, you get the usual user guide booklet, medium-sized black cable ties, and separate white cables (since this power supply is fully modular). Also included are the power cable, an A-RGB adapter, and the actual Power Supply Unit.
The Power Supply Unit is wrapped in a black foam, which protects it from any form of vibration. The power supply wires are wrapped in a ziplock plastic.
With that, shipping this product is completely safe. But in case you encounter problems, be sure to RMA your product immediately.
Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU Review – Design and Functionality
Let’s talk about Corsair CX750F RGB 750 PSU’s build design and how it powers up your computer components.
Let’s also discuss how well it functions with all its features.
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU, as indicated, provides 750w of total power to your computer. Most builds that have high-end components require lots of power, and this power supply will power up most of the high-end computers today.
For example, if you have an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Graphics Card and an Intel Core i9-10900K Processor, the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU is sufficient enough to power up your build.
Since this is an 80 Plus Bronze power supply, its efficiency peaks at around 85% to 88%, depending on how much voltage there is in your outlet.
The cables are also detachable, which gives users an easier build experience. Not only will it look clean, but it will also lessen the hassle of chucking in any unnecessary wires on spots where there’s space.
If you’re looking to build a clean-looking PC, you should pick a fully modular power supply like the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU. There’s also the RGB feature which shines on the fan chassis.
While black power supplies look good, we chose the white Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU, since it looks more decent in our opinion. It also shines much better than the black ones and looks aesthetically clean overall.
Cable Connections Supported
Let’s also not forget the cable connections supported within the power supply.
Here’s a list:
AMOUNT OF CABLES
NUMBER OF AVAILABLE CONNECTORS
24-pin ATX Cable
4+4-pin 12V Cable
6+2-pin 12V PCIe Cable
SATA Power Cable
Molex Power Cable
Motherboard 5V Cable Adapter
The Enjoyable RGB Lighting Experience
You can also control the RGB through the button behind or through your motherboard’s software and Corsair iCUE. Depending on the RGB connection you use, the software usage can vary.
Configuration through Corsair’s iCUE Software requires Corsair’s RGB Fan LED Hub, which can be sold separately. Once you have this, you can sync its RGB fan to your Corsair components.
To start syncing, simply connect the iCUE RGB Cable, and connect the other end to Corsair’s RGB Fan LED Hub. Then configure the lighting on Corsair’s iCUE Software.
If your motherboard supports RGB header, you can use the included A-RGB Adapter cable. This way, you can use your motherboard manufacturer’s software, and control the lighting from there.
Most RGB power supplies should look good if your computer case’s design has a transparent side panel and a see-through power supply shroud. Make sure to orient your power supply’s fan upwards.
For the best RGB experience, we recommend buying all Corsair products with RGB.
Now, let’s check out the key features of the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU in the next section.
Key Features of the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU
This part of our Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU review shows all of the key features of the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU. Let us elaborate them one by one.
Sync with iCUE Software and Motherboard
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU has an RGB fan with a header, in which you can hook up to an RGB Controller or your motherboard! Sync all the RGB goodness with iCUE Software or your motherboard’s RGB software.
80 PLUS Bronze Certified
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU is very efficient, providing up to 88% of efficiency, which generates less heat and electricity cost.
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU comes in white and black colours, as well as the cables included. This helps in aesthetic choices, depending on which colour of the case you have.
RGB Glow Effect
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU lights your PC components up with different RGB configurations. Enjoy flashy lights from a small box of your PC.
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU is optimised for low levels of noise and still provides the best cooling. It has a dedicated fan curve to adjust itself depending on the load of your power supply.
High-Quality Japanese Capacitors with 105°C Rating
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU can last you long with its consistent, dependable, and excellent performance.
Supports Microsoft’s Modern Standby Feature
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU supports Microsoft’s Modern Standby Feature that provides a blazing fast wake up from a sleep state. It also has an efficient low-load performance.
One special feature that premium power supply has is its modularity, and the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU has that. Reduce any cable mess by plugging only the cables that your computer needs.
140-mm Long Case Support
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU fits on almost all modern PC cases for enthusiasts. Install your power supply without any hassle on your PC case.
5-Year Warranty from Corsair
Corsair ensures that their consumers can RMA their products when they break without deliberately damaging the product. Return the product and get a new one by contacting their support team.
We’re now in the technical specifications section of our Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU review. This should help you decide further whether you need to purchase the product.
The exact measurement of the power supply is 150 mm x 86 mm x 140 mm. It will fit most modern ATX cases, while also providing a good amount of headroom for wirings.
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU is a fully modular PSU that supports up to 8 SATA connectors, 4 PCIe connectors, 2 EPS12V connectors, 1 ATX connector, and 1 RGB LED connector. It’s also C-Link Ready and Intel C6C7 sleep state compatible.
The ATX12V version is 2.4, and an EPS12V version of 2.92. It also has a maximum of 750 watts of power and a 40°C temperature rating. The fan’s size is 120 mm, with a rifle bearing technology. The whole Power Supply Unit has an MTBF of 100,000 hours.
The website indicated that the single/multi 12V rail isn’t adjustable, but at least it’s multi-GPU ready. While SLI configurations aren’t ideal in 2020, the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU still provides a margin of power for future upgrades that consumes more power.
The cables are sleeved and flat, and the colour will depend on which variant you select. This is common in modern premium power supplies, and Corsair made an excellent choice to provide the best cable quality.
Now that you’ve seen the technical specifications let’s move to the hands-on section of our review.
Hands-on with the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU
The Corsair CX750F RGB PSU is incredibly easy to install. It is simply a matter of screwing it into your case and then connecting everything up. The included product manual gives you all of the info that you need should you get stuck at all.
The fact that the PSU is fully modular makes installation and setup that much easier. Having to only use the cables that you need helps not only with cable management but also helps improve airflow in the case.
The cables are of high quality and have enough flex in them so that you can safely bend them around corners and route them through your computer case easily, without risk of damaging them.
The PSU is controlled via the Corsair iCue software which allows you to fully configure the RGB lighting. This means that you can finally have a PSU that matches the aesthetic style that you are going for with your gaming rig.
When the PC is running there is hardly any noise emitted from the PSU and even when under heavy load the noise is barely audible.
Power delivery was fantastic and there were no issues at all with powering the latest RTX 30 series of cards as well as everything else in the case.
Corsair has really outdone themselves with the CX750F RGB PSU, it looks fantastic and runs like an absolute champ.
Let’s now sum up everything in our Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU review summary.
Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU Review Summary
Let’s wrap up and summarise everything about the Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU.
The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU is an excellent jump from the stock CX series. Most of the electrical components are reliable and heavy-duty, and it still comes with a long 5-year warranty.
The most eye-catching feature of this power supply is that it’s an 80 PLUS Bronze-certified Power Supply Unit, and that isn’t a bad option at all. The Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU can power both mid-tier and high-end systems.
Even high-end systems would probably consume less than 750 watts of power, but it’s better to keep enough headroom for your system for future upgrades and adequate noise levels.
To sum it all up, we’re highly satisfied with what Corsair has to offer at this price point. If you’re looking forward to purchasing their product, visit their official website here. If you enjoyed our Corsair CX750F RGB 750W PSU review, please leave a comment below. Thank you!