Corsair HX1000 Platinum 2017 Review


Published by Marc Büchel on 15.09.17
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Delivery and Specifications

Delivery

Cable Length
1 x ATX 20+4 pin 61 cm
2 x EPS/ATX 12V 8 & 4+4 pin 65 cm
8 x PCI-E 6+2 pin 75 cm
4 x 4 SATA 80 cm
2 x 4 Molex 75 cm
1 x FDD adapter 10 cm


The delivery of the HX1000 Platinum 2017 is adequate. Since PSUs with this kind of output power are often used for PCs with multiple graphics cards, it's great to see four PCIe cables with two connectors each. Apart from that there are two EPS/ATX 12V with 8Pin connector.


  


With this power supply Corsair is offering a single rail design that can be switched over to a multi rail design. Regarding the single 12V rail there is a total 83.3A, which can be turned into heat by the graphics cards for instance. Should you decide to engage the multi rail mode, every 12V connector will be over current protected when 40A are reached.

Specifications (according to Corsair)

Voltage Current Power
+ 3.3 V 25 A 150 Watt 1'050 Watt (Total)
+ 5.0 V 25 A
+ 12 V 83.3 A 1'000 Watt
- 12 V 0.8 A 9.6 Watt
+ 5 Vsb 3.0 A 15 Watt





The HX1000 2017 has been 80Plus Platinum certified. This means, that the efficiency of this PSU should be above 90% at 20% load, above 92% at 50% load and above 89% at 100% load.

At this point the feature list:

  • 80Plus Platinum
  • OVP, UVP, OCP, SCP, OPP, OTP
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 150 mm x 86 mm x 180 mm
  • 135 millimeter fan
  • Passive while below 40% load
  • Warranty: 10 Years
  • Price: ~200 CHF / ~180 Euro



Page 1 - Introduction
Page 2 - Preview
Page 3 - Delivery / Specs
Page 4 - A Look Inside
Page 5 - Result Analysis and Discussion
Page 6 - Conclusion




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