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Corsair Vengeance 750M Silver Semi Modular PSU @ Scan £55.48 Delivered
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Corsair Vengeance 750M Silver Semi Modular PSU @ Scan £55.48 Delivered

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Posted 26th Sep

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Looks to be a canny supply for the money. I know some don't like Scan but you could just deal with Corsair if you have issues.



The CORSAIR VENGEANCE Series range of PC power supplies are a great choice for users building a low-noise, mid-wattage PC with the next step up in efficiency. With top-quality components and 100% 105°C Japanese capacitors, the VENGEANCE Series delivers 80 PLUS Silver efficiency and a five-year warranty, ensuring a PSU that will last through multiple system builds and upgrades. Semi-modular cabling makes building your PC easy by only connecting the cables you need, while a built-in +12V
single/multi rail switch lets you instantly toggle from single to multi-rail over-current protection (OCP). An ultra-quiet 120mm fan with Zero RPM mode provides near silent operation at low and medium loads. It’s 80 PLUS Silver, back with a VENGEANCE.
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It’s a tier A on that list. Decent for the money being semi modular. Heat added thanks OP been looking for one like this for a build
anewman26/09/2019 14:21

It's this a vengance silver? Aka tier A on this list? …It's this a vengance silver? Aka tier A on this list? https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1045610-new-psu-tier-list/


I'm surprised in that list we have the EVGA gold rated PSU's with 10 years warranty, plus some Corsair Platinum rated PSU's in there all the same tier. Interetesting. If the list is anything to go by, this is a flipping good deal
Edited by: "rev6" 26th Sep
Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's fully modular and gold rated, compared to this one being semi and silver, but are there any other reasons/benefits in keeping that over getting this deal?
Looks good to me. Cheers!
ignition1526/09/2019 14:56

Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's …Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's fully modular and gold rated, compared to this one being semi and silver, but are there any other reasons/benefits in keeping that over getting this deal?



Same warranty length between them too. Yes, to save dosh
ignition1526/09/2019 14:56

Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's …Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's fully modular and gold rated, compared to this one being semi and silver, but are there any other reasons/benefits in keeping that over getting this deal?


I would just go this one and save yourself some money anything bronze and above is a good rating these days and the semi modular is all you really need.
If you don’t mind waiting a little longer for delivery you can actually get this in total for £53.99 by selecting 2-5 day delivery option in basket
ignition1526/09/2019 14:56

Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's …Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's fully modular and gold rated, compared to this one being semi and silver, but are there any other reasons/benefits in keeping that over getting this deal?


All the cables that are hard wired to the PSU you'll be using anyway. Only downside is you couldn't easily swap the main cables for prettier ones to display through a case window.
anewman26/09/2019 15:41

All the cables that are hard wired to the PSU you'll be using anyway. Only …All the cables that are hard wired to the PSU you'll be using anyway. Only downside is you couldn't easily swap the main cables for prettier ones to display through a case window.


Due to this psu having a multi-rail switch, Would you recommend keeping it as single rail or using the multi-rail setting?
dealhunter_66626/09/2019 16:06

Due to this psu having a multi-rail switch, Would you recommend keeping it …Due to this psu having a multi-rail switch, Would you recommend keeping it as single rail or using the multi-rail setting?


I wonder too. My guess would be multi rail unless going for serious overclocks.
Wonder if amazon will price match so I can order
anewman26/09/2019 16:09

I wonder too. My guess would be multi rail unless going for serious …I wonder too. My guess would be multi rail unless going for serious overclocks.


Yeah I’m a little confused as all the power supplies I have used in the past are single rail.

From what I have read on these it’s seems that single rail is the way to go as sometimes multi rail can cause a pc to shut down, for example if the gpu is performing a heavy task and drawing too much power from a particular rail it will shit down for safety reasons.

But I’m not 100% on this - if anyone could provide me with any more info if would be much appreciated as I’m thinking of ordering this psu.
dealhunter_66626/09/2019 16:27

Yeah I’m a little confused as all the power supplies I have used in the p …Yeah I’m a little confused as all the power supplies I have used in the past are single rail. From what I have read on these it’s seems that single rail is the way to go as sometimes multi rail can cause a pc to shut down, for example if the gpu is performing a heavy task and drawing too much power from a particular rail it will shit down for safety reasons. But I’m not 100% on this - if anyone could provide me with any more info if would be much appreciated as I’m thinking of ordering this psu.


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Not the 10 year warranty like the the RM or RMx series but a 5 year warranty for this price is quite reasonable.
Heat added - I have been looking for a reasonably priced PSU for last few weeks - looks a good deal to me - ordered thanks
Wtf had this warning from partspicker, is it not compatible with my motherboard? Also bought AMD Ryzen 3600, & AMD 5700 GPU.

'The MSI B450 GAMING PRO CARBON AC ATX AM4 Motherboard has an additional 4-pin ATX power connector but the Corsair Vengeance 750 W 80+ Silver Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply does not. This connector is used to supply additional 12V current to the motherboard. While the system will likely still run without it, higher current demands such as extreme overclocking or large video card current draws may require it.'
Edited by: "Aaargh" 26th Sep
Thank you. I'm upgrading from my old corsair tx650w (at lease 8+ years) which I needed to open up about a year ago to dust the inside out =/. I just managed to get an 2080 ti off ebay for £780 and an 3600 cpu so this is ideal for me. Cheers.
quackstar8426/09/2019 18:07

Thank you. I'm upgrading from my old corsair tx650w (at lease 8+ years) …Thank you. I'm upgrading from my old corsair tx650w (at lease 8+ years) which I needed to open up about a year ago to dust the inside out =/. I just managed to get an 2080 ti off ebay for £780 and an 3600 cpu so this is ideal for me. Cheers.


I got a 3600 too. What motherboard? PCPartpicker seems to think it could be dodgy for my MSI Gaming Pro Carbon.
Aaargh26/09/2019 17:55

Wtf had this warning from partspicker, is it not compatible with my …Wtf had this warning from partspicker, is it not compatible with my motherboard? Also bought AMD Ryzen 3600, & AMD 5700 GPU.'The MSI B450 GAMING PRO CARBON AC ATX AM4 Motherboard has an additional 4-pin ATX power connector but the Corsair Vengeance 750 W 80+ Silver Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply does not. This connector is used to supply additional 12V current to the motherboard. While the system will likely still run without it, higher current demands such as extreme overclocking or large video card current draws may require it.'



That is if you wish to overclock your motherboard. You don't need to use the 4pin atx port, although you can use an molex but it isn't recommended. I saw a picture of this psu with one. I'm not overclocking myself.
I have an x570 gaming egde wifi.
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"4 Pin ATX12V = Connects to the motherboard ATX 12V socket. Provides additional power to the CPU."
I do have the EPS 12V 8PIN ATX 12V connected.
quackstar8426/09/2019 18:11

That is if you wish to overclock your motherboard. You don't need to use …That is if you wish to overclock your motherboard. You don't need to use the 4pin atx port, although you can use an molex but it isn't recommended. I saw a picture of this psu with one. I'm not overclocking myself.


So should I just use that Molex? If I bought an extra connector cable would that solve the issue or were they on about it not having the hole for it? Never researched PSUs etc before, last thing I've got round to, never had any issues the 1st time I built a PC about 6 years back so I didn't have to, just made sure I had enough Wattage & something reliable.

Would I be better off getting a different PSU that would get the best out of my motherboard? I will probably overclock as my hardware gets older to squeeze some more life out of it. Or are partspicker (& I) making too big a deal of it? Thanks
Edited by: "Aaargh" 26th Sep
Is it noisy though?
quackstar8426/09/2019 21:29

This seems to explain it well; …This seems to explain it well; https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/9mm65u/does_ryzen_need_the_extra_4pin_cpu_power_on_a/


Fanstastic mate, thanks for finding that little gem for me. Dunno if you like a good quack but the star part is right!
ignition1526/09/2019 14:56

Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's …Damn. Just bought a Corsair RM750 80+ gold for £100, also in Tier A. It's fully modular and gold rated, compared to this one being semi and silver, but are there any other reasons/benefits in keeping that over getting this deal?


What is the point of a fully Modular? You need power to the board and CPU anyway, never quite understood the reasoning.

Was about to buy a couple of gigabyte bronze 650w when I noticed these. Quickly ordered two for Xmas builds + a freezer 33 eSports cooler for £24. Free delivery when over £100.
SavageDonkey26/09/2019 23:07

What is the point of a fully Modular? You need power to the board and CPU …What is the point of a fully Modular? You need power to the board and CPU anyway, never quite understood the reasoning.Was about to buy a couple of gigabyte bronze 650w when I noticed these. Quickly ordered two for Xmas builds + a freezer 33 eSports cooler for £24. Free delivery when over £100.


I still have free delivery on orders over £50 (before VAT) through linking my AV Forums account to Scan. Might still be on the go as I noticed it's still working. Forgot all about it til I logged in! Been 6 years since I bought something from them.
If someone does not have the free delivery options, here is the eBay equivalent: ebay.co.uk/itm…746 (You can now use PLEASED for 10% off so that comes down to £50.44). Hope it helps!
Just bought a Vega card that needs 2 8pin connectors, will all this come supplied with the psu?
squiby27/09/2019 17:41

Just bought a Vega card that needs 2 8pin connectors, will all this come …Just bought a Vega card that needs 2 8pin connectors, will all this come supplied with the psu?


PSU has 6 PCIe connectors, so should do
squiby27/09/2019 17:41

Just bought a Vega card that needs 2 8pin connectors, will all this come …Just bought a Vega card that needs 2 8pin connectors, will all this come supplied with the psu?


Just bought this card today and in an SLI set-up, perfect timing as my cheap PSU died. This PSU is silent and fans do not turn on until it gets hot/gaming. Really good and glad i made the purchase. Glad to know it's a tier one PSU too, thought my computer components where fried after i heard a pop on my old PSU
hangvincent27/09/2019 11:57

If someone does not have the free delivery options, here is the eBay …If someone does not have the free delivery options, here is the eBay equivalent: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/750W-Corsair-VENGEANCE-Series-750M-Hybrid-Modular-80PLUS-Silver-Single-Multi/132908145746 (You can now use PLEASED for 10% off so that comes down to £50.44). Hope it helps!


Thanks mate, was trying to find something I wanted to take my order up to £50 (excluding VAT) but now I don't have to.
Silenced27/09/2019 20:33

PSU has 6 PCIe connectors, so should do


Just checking the compatibility with tomahawk max board and it doesn’t seem to appear on the list. May have to cancel the order I made
squiby29/09/2019 16:23

Just checking the compatibility with tomahawk max board and it doesn’t s …Just checking the compatibility with tomahawk max board and it doesn’t seem to appear on the list. May have to cancel the order I made


I think this psu should be able to support your mobo... your mobo requires 24 pin connector and 8-pin (also called the 4+4pin) for CPU that this PSU is equipped with. This PSU also got six 8pin connectors for PCIE (they call it 6+2 pin connectors usually). So I don't see why will it be incompatible! Maybe the list does not include any power supply as they are quite standardised?
What about this to power a 2080ti? I was all set to spend over £100 until I found this...
tonez30/09/2019 12:40

What about this to power a 2080ti? I was all set to spend over £100 until …What about this to power a 2080ti? I was all set to spend over £100 until I found this...


Of course it will depend on your other components (esp. CPU) as well... but I would say 750W is usually more than enough with a single GPU setup even with overclocking. To be more cautious, you can calculate your required power wattage here: outervision.com/pow…tor.
hangvincent30/09/2019 13:30

Of course it will depend on your other components (esp. CPU) as well... …Of course it will depend on your other components (esp. CPU) as well... but I would say 750W is usually more than enough with a single GPU setup even with overclocking. To be more cautious, you can calculate your required power wattage here: https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator.


Thank you. I'm pretty sure that the wattage will be fine, it's the quality of the PSU that I'm checking. I've been advised to nopt cheap out on the PSU. But I think that in this case it's just a good deal, not cheap components?
Edited by: "tonez" 4th Oct
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