Corsair TX750M PSU Review

The chassis of the TX750M unit is almost identical with that of the non-modular units of the series but Corsair enhanced it aesthetically, if only slightly. The chassis is still painted matte black but Corsair replaced the simple fan grill with a better, more complex design.

 Corsair TX750M PSU Review

Corsair’s usual decorative stickers with the unit’s model and company logo can be still found at both sides of the power supply. The chassis also forms a frame around the stickers, creating a much higher quality visual effect.

 Corsair TX750M PSU Review

The sticker with the unit's electrical specifications can be found at the top of the chassis and there is no frame surrounding it, which is understandable as it will not be visible at all inside most cases.

 Corsair TX750M PSU Review

The rear is entirely perforated to allow for the air pushed by the cooling fan to escape towards the outside of the case. The unit uses a standard AC power cable and there is a standard rocker on/off switch at the rear, as well as a tiny sticker with the series logo.

 Corsair TX750M PSU Review

There is nothing of interest at the front side of the chassis, save for the few connectors of the modular cables. Most cables are still hardwired to the power supply, which will be a disappointment for most modders. This unit offers the following number of connectors:

 

Native cables

24-pin ATX connector

1 x 4+4 pin 12V CPU connector

2 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

8 x Molex connectors

4 x SATA connectors

2 x Floppy connector*

Modular cables

4 x SATA connectors

1 x 8 pin EPS connector

2 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

*Editor’s note: the floppy connectors utilize Molex connectors through adapters.