rubrtoe Posted October 23, 2008 Share Posted October 23, 2008 Regarding a 750tx PSu that had a bad voltage reading and a review I left on New Egg, , Corsair replied that voltage monitoring is notoriously untrustworthy and that i have a bad motherboard. My response is: How the hell come my montoroing showed two Antecs to be good on the voltage in question, the -12 volt rail, but no Corsair PSU does? If it's the MB, then how come my MB ran for 3 years on the Antec until the PSU wore out, but only 3 months with the Corsair until four sticks of my ram took a ****. How come my MB is running fine with new RAM and another power supply? The -12 volts goes to the MB. The MB supports the RAM. If I have a bad voltage going to the MB why should I suspect my MB when it has been running fine until I got this PSU with bad voltage? This is not the only one to be bad. there were 2 Corsairs new that had the bad voltage, the worst in cact, the furthest below specs, some .4 volts with the one that took my RAM out. A Thermaltake was just below specs and so is a Seasonic. Like I said, only Antecs register good with this voltage and only antecs have kept my computer running for any length of time. When I switched to the other PSUs with the bad voltage, bad **** started happening. I think Corsair is unrealiable junk. Check out the bad reviews for the 750tx on New Egg, they are abundant and include smoking and fire. And though 2 Corsairs show up prominently on the Silent Power rankings, the 750 doesn't show at all. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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