BANGALORE, India, February 13, 2014: Corsair®, a world leader in high-performance components to the PC hardware market, today announced that Corsair’s most popular GS series PSUs are being replaced with CSM series and price-performance TX & HX with RM series. The new series, CS-M and RM are being upgraded to high performance modular PSUs with 80 PLUS Gold efficiency.
Corsair CS- Modular Series
Corsair CS-Modular series power supplies are 80 PLUS Gold Efficiency certified for its low-cost operation, lower PSU temperatures and the modular flat black cables. These features help in getting better connectivity. The DC to DC technology ensures 100% compatibility with 4th generation Intel Core processors. CS-Modular will be available in four watts CS 450W, 550W, 650W and 750W.
Corsair RM Series
Corsair RM Series power supplies are fully modular and optimized for silence and high efficiency. With Zero RPM Fan Mode the fan doesn’t even spin until the power supply is under heavy load, and the fan is custom-designed for low noise operations; even at high loads. 80 PLUS Gold rated efficiency saves money on one’s power bill, and the flat black cables are fully modular, so that one can enjoy faster and steady power. To meet Corsair PSU standards, RM series is built with high-quality components and is guaranteed to deliver accurate, stable, and continuous power. User can connect it to Corsair Link system (available separately) and, can monitor fan speed at +12V current directly from desktops. RM series PSUs will be available soon in six watts RM 450W, 550W, 650W, 750W, 850W and 1000 watts.
Country Manager at Corsair Memory Mannan said, “These upgrades will help us consolidate our leadership position in the branded PSU segment. It will also offer the PC enthusiasts with better PSUs to meet the ever increasing demand for their basic and mid range PCs. CS-M series ensures efficient functioning and RM series would be known for its quiet performance. Corsair now has a complete PSU range to address the needs of every user in the PSU segment suiting their purchasing power.”