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Corsair CP-9020073-UK Professional Platinum Series HX850i ATX/EPS 850W PSU - £120.99 @ Amazon

£120.99 @ Amazon
Excellent and reliable PSU available from Amazon UK, a good deal cheaper than Scan who are currently retailing it at £159.98. 850 W of reliable, continuous power 80 Plus Platinum certified guarant… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Excellent and reliable PSU available from Amazon UK, a good deal cheaper than Scan who are currently retailing it at £159.98.

850 W of reliable, continuous power
80 Plus Platinum certified guarantees 92% efficiency and silent operation
Flat black, low-profile modular cables
High performance design, designed for use in truly remarkable PCs
Guaranteed to deliver clean, stable, continuous power even at a server grade 50 degrees Celsius ambient temperature. 10 years warranty
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
This seems like a really good price for the spec.
Theres not a lot that needs this sort of power these days though, I know I could comfortably run a 1080 off my 750w and SLI is on its way out.
1 Like #2
I have one of these, flawless so far. Had to upgrade to solve a coil whine issue.

I don't think it's ever got warm enough for the fan to even run.
#3
Just paid £94 each for three RM650i PSUs, wish i'd seen these yesterday.
#4
Wasnt that 7 years warranty?
#5
Perfect for my media pc, dont know weather to bite the bullet hmm
6 Likes #6
Cro_Baron
Perfect for my media pc, dont know weather to bite the bullet hmm

850w in a media pc build? Sounds a tad overkill :D
3 Likes #8
The AX > HX. I'll take an EVGA Supernova P2 instead for this price. Not least because EVGA's customer support is second to none and the ripple suppression is unsurpassed, even better than this. Which is indeed a very good PSU. But you can't really go wrong.

As an aside, to require an 850w PSU you need a seriously hungry machine. You can easily easily run SLI GTX1080's on a 750w for example.
#9
I paid £126 for my HX100i
1 Like #10
Good PSU but not top tier. As mentioned go for AX or EVGA if you can find one at a decent price. Can't comment on price of this as I've never researched the 850w bracket it's always been overkill on my builds.

PSU tier list: https://m.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3q2htw/updated_psu_tier_list/
#11
Oos
#12
At this price you really can't go wrong.

I'd recommend the AX860 as I own one, but it's like £175.

Still can't believe I bought it for £127.99 in 2014.
#13
paulsalmon77
Good PSU but not top tier. As mentioned go for AX or EVGA if you can find one at a decent price. Can't comment on price of this as I've never researched the 850w bracket it's always been overkill on my builds.
PSU tier list: https://m.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3q2htw/updated_psu_tier_list/
It's in the same tier as the AX according to your link.

For anyone wondering, Corsair explain the difference between the AXi and HXi PSU's here - http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2015/january/hxi_vs_axi
#14
CHAOSEN3
At this price you really can't go wrong.

I'd recommend the AX860 as I own one, but it's like £175.

Still can't believe I bought it for £127.99 in 2014.


I bought one (AX860) for £40 although it was from Gumtree second hand. Been using it problem free for a year now with 2 980's. I must have struck gold :D.
#15
SonicMR2
paulsalmon77
Good PSU but not top tier. As mentioned go for AX or EVGA if you can find one at a decent price. Can't comment on price of this as I've never researched the 850w bracket it's always been overkill on my builds.
PSU tier list: https://m.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3q2htw/updated_psu_tier_list/
It's in the same tier as the AX according to your link.
For anyone wondering, Corsair explain the difference between the AXi and HXi PSU's here - http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2015/january/hxi_vs_axi

Lol yes it is... I should have checked. The HX was tier 2 previously so they must have updated the build!
#16
still question so forgive me if my components are not using the full 800 it will not draw that much from the wall will it thanks in advance
#17
paulsalmon77
SonicMR2
paulsalmon77
Good PSU but not top tier. As mentioned go for AX or EVGA if you can find one at a decent price. Can't comment on price of this as I've never researched the 850w bracket it's always been overkill on my builds.
PSU tier list: https://m.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/3q2htw/updated_psu_tier_list/
It's in the same tier as the AX according to your link.
For anyone wondering, Corsair explain the difference between the AXi and HXi PSU's here - http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2015/january/hxi_vs_axi
Lol yes it is... I should have checked. The HX was tier 2 previously so they must have updated the build!
They must have changed supplier when they introduced the HXi series as the HX is Gold rated and the HXi is Platinum -

HX series 80+ Gold - http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/hx-series-hx850-power-supply-850-watt-80-plus-gold-certified-modular-psu#

HXi series 80+ Platinum - http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/hxi-series-hx850i-high-performance-atx-power-supply-850-watt-80-plus-platinum-certified-psu-uk
#18
hobofighter
CHAOSEN3
At this price you really can't go wrong.
I'd recommend the AX860 as I own one, but it's like £175.
Still can't believe I bought it for £127.99 in 2014.
I bought one (AX860) for £40 although it was from Gumtree second hand. Been using it problem free for a year now with 2 980's. I must have struck gold :D.

You struck Platinum

:D
#19
rev6
hobofighter
CHAOSEN3
At this price you really can't go wrong.
I'd recommend the AX860 as I own one, but it's like £175.
Still can't believe I bought it for £127.99 in 2014.
I bought one (AX860) for £40 although it was from Gumtree second hand. Been using it problem free for a year now with 2 980's. I must have struck gold :D.

You struck Platinum

:D


BOOOOM
#20
RedRain
still question so forgive me if my components are not using the full 800 it will not draw that much from the wall will it thanks in advance

No, it'll draw about 8% or so more due to efficiency.

As it's the i series you can monitor the input and output wattage from the Corsair link software.
#21
thanks bud just getting started in building a pc 850watt is over kill for me but am thing down the line it could come in handy
#22
RedRain
still question so forgive me if my components are not using the full 800 it will not draw that much from the wall will it thanks in advance

No it wont draw that power. But do be aware that PSUs are efficient when drawing a decent percentage of the power they are supposed to. So if you are actually using 200W you would be better (more efficient) with a 430W power supply than an 850W power supply.

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