CORSAIR CX-750F RGB Series fully modular power supplies deliver reliable 80 PLUS Bronze efficient power to your system, alongside vibrant customizable lighting from a 120mm RGB fan boasting eight RGB LEDs and a clean aesthetic. Easily cycle through 10 preset lighting modes, or connect to a CORSAIR iCUE RGB Lighting Controller or compatible motherboard to unlock advanced lighting control over eight individually addressable LEDs. CX-750F RGB Series PSUs are built with 105°C rated Japanese primary capacitors for superb electrical performance, with fully modular cables to make PC builds and upgrades easy. Designed for low-noise operation with near-silent operation at low loads, and supporting Microsoft Modern Standby sleep mode for extremely fast wake-from-sleep times, the CX-750F RGB Series offers low noise power and millions of colors.
80 PLUS Bronze Certified
Provides up to 88% operational efficiency, generating less heat and lowering your energy costs
120mm RGB Fan
Control eight individually addressable RGB LEDs at the push of a button, with ten preset lighting modes
iCUE and Motherboard RGB Compatible
Connect to a CORSAIR iCUE RGB Lighting Controller (sold separately) or motherboard via the included 5V ARGB adapter for advanced RGB lighting control
Optimized for Low Noise
A dedicated fan curve is specially calculated to keep noise levels down
105°C Rated Japanese Primary Capacitors
For consistent, reliable power and superb electrical performance
Microsoft Modern Standby Support
Enables extremely fast wake-from-sleep times and better low-load efficiency
Reduce cable clutter by only connecting the cables that your system needs
Compact 140mm-Long Casing
Ensures an easy fit in almost all modern enthusiast PC cases
For complete peace of mind
1x 24-pin ATX (24-pin) Connector
2x ATX 12V/EPS12V (4+4-pin) Connector
4x PCIe (6+2) Connectors
11x SATA (Straight) Connectors
4x PATA Connectors
80 PLUS Bronze
CX-F RGB Series™ CX750F RGB 80 PLUS Bronze Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
The PSU has various power protections integrated, such as Over Voltage and Short Circuit protection among others. If you'd like to learn more, please feel free to reach out to our support team: support.corsair.com
A:AnswerYes theoretically. However, not recommended. Would at minimum get 850 watts. I would suggest 1000 watts to be honest. I had issues with my 3080Ti working with a sfx v850 psu. Now maybe the sfx was the problem but either way it was 850 watts and refused to work. I do have lots of fans and a AIO. I upgraded to 1000 watts and have been fine ever since. Now a 3080 should be fine with 850 watts, 750 maybe if its an efficient psu without not a lot of fans.
A:AnswerI was not able to get it sync, but I think that is setup issue (iCue doesn't seem to pickup any RGB on my computer). I currently able to get it to sync with my motherboard's software to control it.
A:AnswerYes. You can go up to 1200 watts and be fine. Essentially you buy what you need with some wiggle room. The power supply won't operate at the advertised power the whole time, think of it as it's maximum output capability. So your old 450 watt power supply can at maximum, output 450. Also having a better power supply can sometimes actually save you on power especially if you get a silver, gold or platinum rated psu. Gold usually is best bang for the buck.
A:AnswerYes. No issues with that card. Might even be able to upgrade video card in the future and be fine with this psu. Up to a rtx 3070 I would say. Anything higher I would look for a more powerful psu.