Corsair 850W TX850M Gold Hybid Modular Power Supply/PSU
TX850M - Corsair Power Supply - Hybrid Modular ATX PSU
Corsair TXM 850W Power Supply
For basic desktop systems the TXM series semi-modular power supplies are ideal and give you low noise and energy, with a power output of 850W this PSU is ideal to run an entry level PC. All the capacitors are 105°C rated Japanese brand to ensure a solid power delivery. The super-efficient operation of the TX850M generates less heat giving it an 80PLUS Gold rating.
View other TXM Series power supplies:
TX550M - TX650M - TX750M
Hybrid Modular Connectivity
TXM Hybrid Modular Cable Design
The flat, sleeved black cables are modular, so you’ll only use the cables you need and you’ll get great-looking results. The clearly-marked connectors make installation fast and straightforward.
TX850M Efficiency & Noise Graphs
TX850M FAN NOISE
Corsair TX850M Output Power Chart
|Corsair TX850M ATX Power Supply|
|AC Input Rating||DC Output Rating|
|AC Input: 100V - 240V||DC Output||+3.3V||+5V||+12V||-12V||+5Vsb|
|Current: 10A - 5A||Max Load||25A||50A||70.8A||0.8A||3A|
|Frequency: 47Hz - 63Hz||Maximum Combined Wattage||130W||849.6W||9.6W||15W|
|Total Power: 850W|
Corsair TX850M Key Features
80 PLUS Gold CertifiedGold certification ensures high efficiency operation for less excess heat and lower operating costs.
Japanese 105°C capacitorsPremium internal components ensure solid power delivery and long term reliability.
|80 PLUS Certification||80 PLUS Gold|
|Max. Efficiency||90 %|
|Fans||1 x 140mm|
|Internal +12V Rails||Single Rail|
|Rail 1 +12V||70.8 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||70.8 A|
|Dimensions||150 x 86 x 140 mm (WxHxD)|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 84 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 84 months
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- 0871 472 4747
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