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  1. Hi, I am going to replace my Corsair RM850 (gold) with HX1200 (platinum). My question is, can I just replace the PSU and not replacing the RM850 cables? Can the current cables handle the new PSU? I checked the cable compatibility page but couldn't figure this out. Thanks, Alexa
  2. Hi All, Have read through a few threads but still a little unsure of best option for powering a 3rd 3080 off of my HX1200. Have attached 2 options that I'm thinking about, I'm thinking that Option A has more power lines running to it so the load is distributed more evenly, although it introduces additional splitters. Option B seems to be possible based on the pig tail cords each being able to support full 150 watts...this is based on previous thread discussion however there seems to be a lot of back n forth. If you had to choose between the 2, what would be considered the better option? (more lines with Molex, or less lines without Molex) Thanks in advance
  3. Hello! I have problems with my HX1200 booting into Windows. The motherboard Asrock Taichi x399 shows error code 62. I got this unit from warranty. The first one that got replaced was having loud bang noises when turned on, but atleast it booted and worked stable. The PSU serial number starts with: 203871, so maybe this is known problem: https://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=201807 But then again, why Corsair would send units with known defects to customers? Is there anything in PSU I could check? I am getting desperate, it is expensive to ship packages and I dont want to wait another 2 months. :(: Thanks, Mikko
  4. Hy everyone. İ have an hx1200i for more than 4 year now. my setup: asus rog strix x99 gaming motherboard i7 6580k 2x r9 290 amd card 4tb seagate hdd 12 fan 2 ddc pump The fırst year i have to set the psu ocp to single chanel to boot correctly but some month ago ı need to connect my pump to another psu and today my psu didnt start if i connect my fan to it curently i use a 300w noname psu tu power my 2 ddc pump and my 12 fan the psu start for less than 1 or 4 second and reboot if the hard drive or fan are connected i also have 18awg sleeved cabel extention i hope someone can help before i buy another psu Thank for all your help.
  5. I just bought a new Corsair HX1200 PSU a few weeks ago and found that recently it has been flickering my computer on and off. I found out because when I was experimenting with the main power cord (3 pin kettle cord), I found that touching it even slightly would shut the computer off, but still leave all the RGB lights on (so it seems its still getting some power?). When I pushed the cord hard into the PSU, the computer turned back on, but as soon as I let go, the computer shut off again. So it seems the cord just can't go in far enough for some reason. I don't want to push in the cord too hard as it could damage the PSU, nor do I want to prop the cord in place with books or tape. How can I fix this? Why is this happening with a brand new PSU? Is it worth while buying a new cord (FYI I am using the cord that came with the PSU).
  6. Hello, I am looking for PCIe power cables for the HX1200 and HX1000. (Corsair CP-9020140-NA HX1200 1200W 80 Plus Platinum). There seems to be a lot of different ones for the different power supplies, any help would be great. Thanks!
  7. Hi I'm wondering do Corsair (or anyone else) do an off the shelf sleeved cable kit for the HX1200 Platinum (non-i version). Just about to take delivery of the PSU and having only used Seasonic and EVGA PSU's previously I'm getting seriously confused by all the mixing and matching of types and generations. I have looked at the compatibility chart but is there any one SKU I can just buy with replacement sleeved cables for everything in one go. Cheers. Edit: Are these compatible with the HX1200 Platinum http://www.corsair.com/en-us/premium-individually-sleeved-psu-cable-kit-pro-package-type-4-generation-3-white
  8. Hi there, ATM I'm using 4 original PCI-e power supply cables (8 pin to 2x 6+2 PCI-e) for the 2x GTX 1080 Ti GPU's (8 and 6 pin connector each). So I'm not using the second connector on the cables and I don't like the view of it, especially as the case's side panel is transparent glass. I'm looking for compatible cables with 1 connector: 2x 8 pin to 8 PCI-e 2x 8 pin to 6 PCI-e Can anyone advise me on this? Much appreciated!
  9. Hello guys, need a little help here. I work hard with image and video processing, and do some gaming here and there. I currently work with a CX750, but with 8 hard drives plugged all the time (7 HDDs and 1 SSD). I need to increase my storage space to 14 HDDs, so I want to buy a new PSU that could hold the system working fine when at max. I would love to fit a HX1200 in my system, specially thinking on future expansions. Researching on it I found some concerns about its compatibility with Broadwell architecture and X99 chipsets. Is that really true? On Corsair webpage for this product says it is compatible with Intel 6th Gen, the Skylake. Does it means it is not ok to use with the 5th Gen? I'd really appreciate if someone could give a little help here... Thanks in advance!! Best regards!
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