Corsair is on a roll to update its long tried and tested well-known supplies, now with the TX V2 series. VX series is a hit, same goes for HX, AX, TX and CX430 for a very long time. Now it seems we’re going to see a newer version of these series. For some months, newer Rev models for certain models were of different make (not necessarily inferior as said by Corsair), as highlighted here and later on addressed officially by Corsair Rep “CorsairGeorge” in Overclock.net community.
Not many details have been given about this TX V2 series or the pics of the internals- most likely we’ll have to wait for proper reviews from sources who have the real resources to test it- but this was what Corsair has said in their press release.
The TX V2 PSUs offer improved energy efficiency, with 80 PLUS® Bronze certification and European Commission Energy-Related Product (ErP) directive compliance. The improved efficiency results in lower noise levels than the original TX PSUs under typical usage conditions, and a new DC-to-DC converter design provides tighter voltage regulation, with measurably lower ripple and noise. Features carried over from the acclaimed TX PSUs include the use of Japanese capacitors, enthusiast-grade performance, and a comprehensive fixed cable set that accommodates tall PC chassis and multiple-GPU installations.
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