Corsair CX600M Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅04-05-13
Closer Look (External)

CX600M is standard ATX PS/2 form factor, measuring 150mm x 86mm x 140mm and featuring a matt black outer shell. Corsair have given CX600M a vibrant label on either side of the unit so that regardless of which orientation you have it, the branding can always be viewable.

There are a number of cables hard-wired to the unit which include: 24-pin ATX power and CPU power (2x 4-pin) cables.


An impressive looking unit


CX600M uses a Yate Loon D12SM-12 a 120mm cooling fan capable of up to 1650RPM. This fan has an accompanying grill and metallic Corsair badge.


120mm Yate Loon cooling fan is used


Due to CX600M being semi-modular, there are some ports on the unit to supply power to such devices as hard drives and graphics cards. There are three ports for SATA/Molex and one port for PCI-E. All of the ports and connectors have locking mechanisms to ensure cables do not simply fall out.


The modular panel on CX600M


Lastly, as is customary for PSUs, the CX600M has a specifications label which details the ampage and load values along with the standards and certifications. CX600M features a single +12v rail which delivers 46A and 552W.


The specifications label, detailing power delivery


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