Summary: I love this product. The modular feature reduces the amount of wires in the case, and as it is Corsair, you know that it is a quality product, with an excellent warranty and industry leading returns and replacements. The PSU is quiet and has never not provided the power my rather high-end pc requires.
Summary: This fully modular AX750, is brilliant. It has enough power and is also very efficient (based on other reviewers). I've had no problems with it, despite HW monitor displaying the wrong volts being produced (12v rail was showing up as 7v) There's not much more to say of this PSU, apart from the fact that it powers my GTX 660ti PE OC, with no problems, and the fact that the modular design is GREAT for keeping your case and build super tidy.
Summary: Received this as a gift; it would become the beating heart of an excellent system shortly thereafter. The unboxing was exciting and the packaging is premium outside and in. Mesh bags hold the individual modular cables and Corsair haven't skimped on leads. The PSU itself is handsome and rugged with its industrial-looking guts visible from above. As far as power output, it lives up to its Raison d'être with stoic silence.
Summary: Purchased this power supply to replace a failing OCZ 850W PSU in a 4/5 year old computer. Fits perfectly in the Coolermaster Cosmos S case with the fan facing down. Noise levels dropped dramatically and now I can actually hear the hard drives. The manual is pretty much useless but there is some useful information in corsair's website about the cables (search for Corsair AX 750 cables), that is the only info I needed.
Summary: Having to replace a one year old 750 watt switching, non-branded power supply unit (PSU) due to power fluctuations caused by a 2GB graphics card & new processor I must say that this is an outstanding piece of hardware. Pros: Very quiet. The fan on my graphics card makes more noise, even writing information to the hard drive is louder. The unit is what's apparently termed 'modular', which means you only connect power leads to & from it which are actually required.
Summary: Very well packed. All the leads you could normally want. Easy to fit into the case. Leads need a bit of manipulating to get them to bend around sharper angles. New PC. P8P67 de luxe, i5 2500K, 560 Ti, H80 cooler, Crucial M4 SSD, 600T case.
Summary: The Corsair been running at approx 300-350w load 24/7 for 9 months with no problems at all (case has lots of hot hard disks). Can't hear the fan over the stock intel fan (or case fans when they get going). Came with nice bag to carry around in. I'd rather pay less and not have the nice bag. Plenty of modular cables supplied. Documentation was a bit light but its pretty hard to get it wrong.
Summary: I bought in order to have a computer line, homogene most. I bought a Graphites series 600T Case, went to corsair web pages, It asked peaces of the PC, the result was "PSU AX 750, PSU AX 850". Installed it's fit nice a sleek, I'm only turn on the computer twice, I can't give a full rewvied "of working properly" it's to soon to speak about gret it is or not (working hours) but you can read other who bought the same product and get along with your own conclusion.