Corsair 850W CX850M Hybrid Modular Power Supply
CX850M - Corsair Power Supply - Hybrid Modular ATX PSU
Corsair CXM 750W Power Supply
The CX705M is an excellent mid-level PSU for use in basic system builds and desktop PC computer uprades. The CXM Series is available in a variety of power configurations allowing you to power more components if needed. The matt black finish, black sleeved cables and black connectors give the CX850M a high-tech look. The clever thermally controlled fan design allows for little or no detectable fan noise during normal use, this gives an 80PLUS BRONZE certified efficiency rating. This CX850M has been tested to strict Corsair standards for a trouble-free installation.
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Fully Wired Connectivity
Modular Cabling System
On the CX850M PSU the peripheral power cables aren’t hard-wired to the power supply, you can connect only the cables you need for your exact configuration of PCI-E cards and storage devices. The rest of the cables stay in the box, and not in your PC’s case where they can add to the clutter and interfere with airflow.
CX850M Efficiency & Noise Graphs
CX850M FAN NOISE
Corsair CX850M Output Power Chart
|Corsair CX850M ATX Power Supply|
|AC Input Rating||DC Output Rating|
|AC Input: 100V - 240V||DC Output||+3.3V||+5V||+12V||-12V||+5Vsb|
|Current: 13A - 6.5A||Max Load||25A||25A||70A||0.8A||3A|
|Frequency: 47Hz - 63Hz||Maximum Combined Wattage||130W||840W||9.6W||15W|
|Total Power: 850W|
|80 PLUS Certification||80 PLUS Bronze|
|Max. Efficiency||85 %|
|Fans||1 x 120mm|
|Internal +12V Rails||Single Rail|
|Rail 1 +12V||70 A|
|Rail 2 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 3 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 4 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 5 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 6 +12V||N/A|
|Max. Combined Output +12V||70 A|
|Dimensions||150 x 86 x 160 mm (WxHxD)|
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