Tom's Hardware have been testing out the Corsair TX750M PSU this week, and here's a snippet from their review:\n\n[QUOTE]The TX750M is 80 PLUS Gold-certified, and it also carries ETA-B and LAMBDA-A certifications for efficiency and output noise, respectively. Under a continuous full-load output, the PSU's maximum operating temperature is 50°C, and it includes all of the protection features we'd expect.\n\nCooling is handled by a 120mm fan with rifle bearings. We would prefer if Corsair used a larger fan, but the PSU's physical dimensions must have prohibited this. There is no semi-passive mode, which some enthusiasts might miss. However, if the fan profile is tuned correctly, that shouldn't be a problem.\n\nA seven-year warranty is lengthy for this category. Brands like Corsair continue surprising us with longer coverage, going so far as to protect the highest-end PSUs with 10-year warranties. Seasonic trumps the rest, though, arming its Prime series with a 12-year guarantee.[/QUOTE]\n\n[ATTACH=full]2348[/ATTACH] \n\nRead more [URL='http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/corsair-tx750m-psu,5062.html']here[/URL].