CS850M - Corsair Power Supply - Hybrid Modular ATX PSU
Corsair CSM 850W Power Supply
The CS850M is part of the CSM Series from Corsair, this PSU is perfect for people that low energy and noise with the bonus of a simple installation. The 850W Power Supply has an efficiency rating of 80PLUS GOLD which reduces the operating costs and excess heat. Since it generates less heat, the fan doesn’t need to work as hard, and you’ll enjoy near silent operation. The modular cables are sleeved in black and are clearly marked to make installation fast and easy.
View other CSM Series power supplies:
CS550M - CS650M - CS750M
Hybrid Modular Connectivity
CSM 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.
CS850M Efficiency & Noise Graphs
CS850M FAN NOISE
Corsair CS850M Output Power Chart
|Corsair CS850M 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||62A||0.8A||3A|
|Frequency: 47Hz - 63Hz||Maximum Combined Wattage||130W||744W||9.6W||15W|
|Total Power: 750W|
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