Corsair AX860 860W Full Modular Power Supply/PSU
AX860 - Corsair Power Supply - Fully Modular ATX PSU
Corsair AX 860W Power Supply
The AX860 offers ultra-clean power delivery for protecting your PC’s critical components. The efficient design uses less power and operates silently at low to medium loads, and the fully modular cable set helps make installation fast and easy, with better-looking results. This PSU has an efficiency rating of 80PLUS Platinum meaning there is less heat generation and lower energy costs.
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Fully Modular Connectivity
AX Fully Modular Cable Design
The easy to install, fully modular setup on the Corsair AX860 allows you to combine the low-profile cables provided for a great-looking build. High-quality components and careful design help ensure maximum protection for your PC’s components.
AX860 Efficiency & Noise Graphs
AX860 FAN NOISE
Corsair AX860 Output Power Chart
|Corsair AX860 Digital ATX Power Supply|
|AC Input Rating||DC Output Rating|
|AC Input: 100V - 240V||DC Output||+3.3V||+5V||+12V||-12V||+5Vsb|
|Current: 11 - 5.5A||Max Load||25A||25A||71A||0.5A||3.0A|
|Frequency: 50Hz - 60Hz||Maximum Combined Wattage||125W||858W||6W||15W|
|Total Power: 860W|
Corsair AX860 Key Features
80 PLUS Platinum CertifiedPlatinum certification ensures high efficiency for less excess heat & lower operating costs.
Zero RPM Fan ModeFan doesn’t turn on until it’s needed, so you’ll enjoy virtually silent operation at low and medium loads.
|80 PLUS Certification||80 PLUS Platinum|
|Max. Efficiency||92 %|
|Fans||1 x 120mm|
|Internal +12V Rails||Single Rail|
|Rail 1 +12V||71.6 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||71.6 A|
|Dimensions||150 x 86 x 160 mm (WxHxD)|
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