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Old 04-02-2014, 12:00 PM
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Default Power Supply Matrix - Q1 2014

With the changes in Corsair's PSU line up, there have been some questions as to what model series fall where.

Different people have different priorities for deciding on a PSU. Some look at efficiency. Some people would prefer a fully modular unit over a semi-modular unit. Some people want to use the Link software to determine how much power they're using.

We hope our latest matrix, which includes the newest addition, the AX1500i, will help answer some of your questions.



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The AX1500i says Platinum when it is Titanium. :P
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That was published prior to their officially being an "80 Plus Titanium". At the time, we could only call it Platinum because that was the most efficient standard at the time.
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