• CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
  • CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
  • CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
  • CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
  • CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply
CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply

CORSAIR HXi Series, HX750i, 750 Watt, 80+ Platinum Certified, Fully Modular - Digital Power Supply

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  • High Performance Design
  • 80 PLUS Platinum certified efficiency
  • Flat black, low-profile modular cables
  • 750 watts of reliable, continuous power delivery
  • ZeroRPM mode for fanless operation at low loads and outstanding noise reduction
  • Ten year warranty: Your guarantee of reliable operation that will last across several system builds

Customer Reviews

I'm in love with a PSU, it's official. Brilliant. This thing is super!I'm running 2 Vega 64s on it, with a crazy overclock on a Devil's Canyon monster, and it just handles the pressure like cake.Even sometimes when I'm gaming on one card, it wouldn't even spin the fans, it considers 450-ish watts as low consumption, I just love it!I should mention, if you don't get the version that supports Link, you're missing on a lot. That helped me out so much. 5Quiet and powerful when needed I originally bought this because of the good reviews and my previous experience with Corsair PC components. I can say, I'm not disappointed. The fully modular design allows just the cables I need to be plugged in, reducing potential disruptions in airflow caused by unnecessary cable clutter. The USB port on the PSU allows the device to plug into an internal USB 2.0 header and communicate with the CorsairLINK software, which allows me to monitor things like power consumption, power output, fan speed, PSU temperature, and calculated efficiency. Right now I'm sitting at 79.42% efficiency with jumps every so often up to 80ish%, with the fan spinning at 0 RPMs... Wait, what? Yes friends, this power supply is so smart that even its fan knows when to stop spinning... er, start spinning. The fan on this critter doesn't spin up until the PSU reaches a certain load level. That means you have one less fan spinning in your computer to make noise. Which is a good thing, because my computer sits on top of my desk, just to the right of my main monitor. The less I hear from it, the better. Don't worry about it not working though, there is a test button on the unit that will spin up the fan so you know it is still functional. My plans are to only use this with a single video card... Currently a GTX 970, and this PSU is providing plenty of power to keep everything up and running. Power wise, I've got the aforementioned video card, a i7 6700k (not over clocked at the moment,) 32GB of Corsair Vengeance DDR 4 RAM, a Corsair H100i GTX dual 120mm radiator water cooler, a Samsung 950 pro 256GB M.2 SSD, 2 Kingston 240GB SSDs in a RAID-0, a 4TB hybrid Seagate HDD, keyboard and mouse of course, and a USB wireless headset beaming music to me while I write this all plugged into an ASUS Sabertooth Z170 Mark 1 motherboard, and the CorsairLINK software is telling me I'm using only about 65 watts from the wall, with the occasional jumps up to just under 100 watts. This PSU is doing exactly what it's supposed to do and not whining about it (fan whine that is). 5I've ran Corsair products for 10 years and always recommended them. I learned my lesson Shorted on me within 4 days. I've been in a RMA battle with Corsair for almost 3 months. I've ran Corsair products for 10 years and always recommended them. I learned my lesson. Thanks corsair. 1It works but wiggle and adjust wires all the way to get good connection. It works but I had issues installing it. I had to wiggle the cables and wires and push it in all the way hard to get it to work properly. I thought I bought a bad Power Station at first or bad motherboard but you just have to play with the wires / settings to get it to work properly you have to push very hard to get PSU cables to go in all the way, it took me 8 hours of trouble shooting and playing with it to figure out my wires weren't plugged in all the way. I was really close to sending it back but read some forums online and figured out that some people had same problems and they had to wiggle/ push wires in really hard to get it in all the way. So if you think you bought a defective unit it probably is just the wires need to be pushed all the way in properly and follow installation instructions. 4Too warm. The fan almost never spins. The fan is programmed to stay completely off until it hits a certain load or temperature. It won't hurt the power supply to run at these temperatures. The problem is that the power supply sits directly underneath my video card and directly behind my hard drives and it heats them up.If the fan would simply turn itself on, it would push the heat out the back of my case. Instead, the fan stays off to prioritize silence and the PSU just radiates its heat into my case, heating up my video card and hard drives. I cannot force the fan to turn on sooner. I have no control over the fan at all. It just sits there mocking me.Another con is that the PSU is long. It fits in both of the cases that I've put it in, but it has been a tight fit both times.I feel like I should say something nice about it. The cables are all black and look fairly good in custom builds. It is 100% quiet for the most part, but I feel like people who buy 850 Watt power supplies would rather prioritize performance and cooling over absolute silence. 3The heart and sole of your system is the PSU, make good choices... Corsair is at the top! Many folks overlook the value of the power supply unit (PSU). I cringe when I see nice expensive builds with over clocked CPU's, high end GPU's like 1070-1080tis and Vega's, lots of fans water cooling, RGB and the likes and then see a cheap no name or budget level PSU. Sure they saved a few bucks but they wonder why the overclock is not stable on the CPU or GPU or have random lock-ups and system reboots. Not all power supplies are created equal, not all power supplies can deliver their rated wattage and many even if they do can't do it cleanly with minimal ripple. I've used corsair PSU's exclusively for the past 20 years they are solid and deliver. Jon Gerow (Johnny Guru) works for Corsair as the head of QA at their power supply division. He knows what it takes to make a quality power supply and Corsair delivers! Clean, efficient and quiet and a 10 year warranty too boot! 51200 watts at your service I bought the 1200 watts power supply, I dont think I need that much power, but like they say: never here is too much power, right? The depth of this power supply is larger than a standard ATX power supply. Very nice power supply, looks and feels solid. I am getting 87% efficiency, other reviewer report higher efficiency, need to investigate a little more on this.By the way, to get the Link working , and you should getting working , you get all kind of details about the power supply and your system, anyway I just ran a mini USB cable( I did not use the included cable) from inside the computer and connected to any outside USB 2.0 port, bingo! If you want to force the fan to spin, pick in group the GPU temp , play around , and you will force it to spin.UPDATE:I found why I am getting 87% efficiency. It's explained on the manual page 4. I will get 95% efficiency if the system load were 50%, since my system load is about 10% , the efficiency is 87%. Is that make sense?UPDATE 12/07/18Extremely happy with this power supply. My HP computer came with a cheap power supply that I never trusted. I dont feel the same with this power supply. I dont care to leave the computer running for 40+ hours while a 4TB is encrypted using bitlocker, etc. I keep saying all the time that what you pay is what you get, and I know this is a clich but is the true.UPDATE 12/16/18Out of the blue, the Link software stopped reporting power supply status like load, temperature, etc., also when everything is good the power supply LED blinks between orange and green, in this case, it became steady orange.Order a replacement, shipped and delivered fast and quick, just as Amazon knows how to it. 5KING OF 1600 WATT POWER SUPPLY MUST BUY! great for Crypto miners to run 24/7 everyday of the week with their 10+ 1080 ti rig config (2 PSU needed). The efficiency im getting running 10x 1080 ti is 93-94%. This PSU came out on January 2018 and has better tech then the typical EVGA Supernova 1600 which came out 2014 which was 4years ago. Its very quite! its compact, and they use GALLIUM NITRIDE for their transistors and everyone will follow suit. Voltage regulation is awesome through their corsair link. Along with the cords it comes with, if you know your not going to use 3 or 4 of the cords, you can sell them for $15+ each online to recoup some cost. But jokes a side, this is a great power supply, even if your not a crypto miner, this is by far one of the best PSU for gamers too, and everyone knows corsair products are top of the line. 5Inaccurate photo of available 6+2 PCI-e ports Inaccurate number of modular ports in product photo. The "NO LINK Compatibility" HX750 I received is a pretty nice modular PSU, but instead of the pictured five PCI-E 6+2 connections, there are only four available. Since this section of the PSU is labeled "PCI-E 6+2 / CPU 4+4" that means you only have three connectors for PCI-E and one needed for CPU power. Granted, the included PCI-E cables double up with two ends each, but that just means you are doubling draw on one cable for two cards, probably not advisable for power-hungry multi-card setups.That's the only thing that doesn't make this 5 stars. The product is not depicted correctly on the site, and would have changed my buying decision. 4Powerful, efficient, pricey Awesome psu, but a little pricey, really, for what it is. I don t really need a fashionable canvas bag or swappable magnets for the side, but whatever. This thing is crazy efficient. I m showing around 94-95% efficiency on my system with three gpus connected. I thoroughly enjoy the software that comes with it, but wish it could show the watts per connection-right now it can just show amps per connection. It does, however, display total system watts. It s a keeper. 5
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Description
  • High Performance Design
  • 80 PLUS Platinum certified efficiency
  • Flat black, low-profile modular cables
  • 750 watts of reliable, continuous power delivery
  • ZeroRPM mode for fanless operation at low loads and outstanding noise reduction
  • Ten year warranty: Your guarantee of reliable operation that will last across several system builds
Reviews

Customer Reviews

I'm in love with a PSU, it's official. Brilliant. This thing is super!I'm running 2 Vega 64s on it, with a crazy overclock on a Devil's Canyon monster, and it just handles the pressure like cake.Even sometimes when I'm gaming on one card, it wouldn't even spin the fans, it considers 450-ish watts as low consumption, I just love it!I should mention, if you don't get the version that supports Link, you're missing on a lot. That helped me out so much. 5Quiet and powerful when needed I originally bought this because of the good reviews and my previous experience with Corsair PC components. I can say, I'm not disappointed. The fully modular design allows just the cables I need to be plugged in, reducing potential disruptions in airflow caused by unnecessary cable clutter. The USB port on the PSU allows the device to plug into an internal USB 2.0 header and communicate with the CorsairLINK software, which allows me to monitor things like power consumption, power output, fan speed, PSU temperature, and calculated efficiency. Right now I'm sitting at 79.42% efficiency with jumps every so often up to 80ish%, with the fan spinning at 0 RPMs... Wait, what? Yes friends, this power supply is so smart that even its fan knows when to stop spinning... er, start spinning. The fan on this critter doesn't spin up until the PSU reaches a certain load level. That means you have one less fan spinning in your computer to make noise. Which is a good thing, because my computer sits on top of my desk, just to the right of my main monitor. The less I hear from it, the better. Don't worry about it not working though, there is a test button on the unit that will spin up the fan so you know it is still functional. My plans are to only use this with a single video card... Currently a GTX 970, and this PSU is providing plenty of power to keep everything up and running. Power wise, I've got the aforementioned video card, a i7 6700k (not over clocked at the moment,) 32GB of Corsair Vengeance DDR 4 RAM, a Corsair H100i GTX dual 120mm radiator water cooler, a Samsung 950 pro 256GB M.2 SSD, 2 Kingston 240GB SSDs in a RAID-0, a 4TB hybrid Seagate HDD, keyboard and mouse of course, and a USB wireless headset beaming music to me while I write this all plugged into an ASUS Sabertooth Z170 Mark 1 motherboard, and the CorsairLINK software is telling me I'm using only about 65 watts from the wall, with the occasional jumps up to just under 100 watts. This PSU is doing exactly what it's supposed to do and not whining about it (fan whine that is). 5I've ran Corsair products for 10 years and always recommended them. I learned my lesson Shorted on me within 4 days. I've been in a RMA battle with Corsair for almost 3 months. I've ran Corsair products for 10 years and always recommended them. I learned my lesson. Thanks corsair. 1It works but wiggle and adjust wires all the way to get good connection. It works but I had issues installing it. I had to wiggle the cables and wires and push it in all the way hard to get it to work properly. I thought I bought a bad Power Station at first or bad motherboard but you just have to play with the wires / settings to get it to work properly you have to push very hard to get PSU cables to go in all the way, it took me 8 hours of trouble shooting and playing with it to figure out my wires weren't plugged in all the way. I was really close to sending it back but read some forums online and figured out that some people had same problems and they had to wiggle/ push wires in really hard to get it in all the way. So if you think you bought a defective unit it probably is just the wires need to be pushed all the way in properly and follow installation instructions. 4Too warm. The fan almost never spins. The fan is programmed to stay completely off until it hits a certain load or temperature. It won't hurt the power supply to run at these temperatures. The problem is that the power supply sits directly underneath my video card and directly behind my hard drives and it heats them up.If the fan would simply turn itself on, it would push the heat out the back of my case. Instead, the fan stays off to prioritize silence and the PSU just radiates its heat into my case, heating up my video card and hard drives. I cannot force the fan to turn on sooner. I have no control over the fan at all. It just sits there mocking me.Another con is that the PSU is long. It fits in both of the cases that I've put it in, but it has been a tight fit both times.I feel like I should say something nice about it. The cables are all black and look fairly good in custom builds. It is 100% quiet for the most part, but I feel like people who buy 850 Watt power supplies would rather prioritize performance and cooling over absolute silence. 3The heart and sole of your system is the PSU, make good choices... Corsair is at the top! Many folks overlook the value of the power supply unit (PSU). I cringe when I see nice expensive builds with over clocked CPU's, high end GPU's like 1070-1080tis and Vega's, lots of fans water cooling, RGB and the likes and then see a cheap no name or budget level PSU. Sure they saved a few bucks but they wonder why the overclock is not stable on the CPU or GPU or have random lock-ups and system reboots. Not all power supplies are created equal, not all power supplies can deliver their rated wattage and many even if they do can't do it cleanly with minimal ripple. I've used corsair PSU's exclusively for the past 20 years they are solid and deliver. Jon Gerow (Johnny Guru) works for Corsair as the head of QA at their power supply division. He knows what it takes to make a quality power supply and Corsair delivers! Clean, efficient and quiet and a 10 year warranty too boot! 51200 watts at your service I bought the 1200 watts power supply, I dont think I need that much power, but like they say: never here is too much power, right? The depth of this power supply is larger than a standard ATX power supply. Very nice power supply, looks and feels solid. I am getting 87% efficiency, other reviewer report higher efficiency, need to investigate a little more on this.By the way, to get the Link working , and you should getting working , you get all kind of details about the power supply and your system, anyway I just ran a mini USB cable( I did not use the included cable) from inside the computer and connected to any outside USB 2.0 port, bingo! If you want to force the fan to spin, pick in group the GPU temp , play around , and you will force it to spin.UPDATE:I found why I am getting 87% efficiency. It's explained on the manual page 4. I will get 95% efficiency if the system load were 50%, since my system load is about 10% , the efficiency is 87%. Is that make sense?UPDATE 12/07/18Extremely happy with this power supply. My HP computer came with a cheap power supply that I never trusted. I dont feel the same with this power supply. I dont care to leave the computer running for 40+ hours while a 4TB is encrypted using bitlocker, etc. I keep saying all the time that what you pay is what you get, and I know this is a clich but is the true.UPDATE 12/16/18Out of the blue, the Link software stopped reporting power supply status like load, temperature, etc., also when everything is good the power supply LED blinks between orange and green, in this case, it became steady orange.Order a replacement, shipped and delivered fast and quick, just as Amazon knows how to it. 5KING OF 1600 WATT POWER SUPPLY MUST BUY! great for Crypto miners to run 24/7 everyday of the week with their 10+ 1080 ti rig config (2 PSU needed). The efficiency im getting running 10x 1080 ti is 93-94%. This PSU came out on January 2018 and has better tech then the typical EVGA Supernova 1600 which came out 2014 which was 4years ago. Its very quite! its compact, and they use GALLIUM NITRIDE for their transistors and everyone will follow suit. Voltage regulation is awesome through their corsair link. Along with the cords it comes with, if you know your not going to use 3 or 4 of the cords, you can sell them for $15+ each online to recoup some cost. But jokes a side, this is a great power supply, even if your not a crypto miner, this is by far one of the best PSU for gamers too, and everyone knows corsair products are top of the line. 5Inaccurate photo of available 6+2 PCI-e ports Inaccurate number of modular ports in product photo. The "NO LINK Compatibility" HX750 I received is a pretty nice modular PSU, but instead of the pictured five PCI-E 6+2 connections, there are only four available. Since this section of the PSU is labeled "PCI-E 6+2 / CPU 4+4" that means you only have three connectors for PCI-E and one needed for CPU power. Granted, the included PCI-E cables double up with two ends each, but that just means you are doubling draw on one cable for two cards, probably not advisable for power-hungry multi-card setups.That's the only thing that doesn't make this 5 stars. The product is not depicted correctly on the site, and would have changed my buying decision. 4Powerful, efficient, pricey Awesome psu, but a little pricey, really, for what it is. I don t really need a fashionable canvas bag or swappable magnets for the side, but whatever. This thing is crazy efficient. I m showing around 94-95% efficiency on my system with three gpus connected. I thoroughly enjoy the software that comes with it, but wish it could show the watts per connection-right now it can just show amps per connection. It does, however, display total system watts. It s a keeper. 5
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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