Ever hear of a Magpie? If not, it's a type of bird that has some really interesting characteristics. They tend to build nests in trees and are known to be attracted to shiny objects. I have even heard of them stealing those objects to use as part of their nests. So, if you hear someone referring to a person as a magpie, they are typically just noticing that they seem to like shiny objects. Take, for example, the effects that a diamond has on people, they see the shine of the sunlight catching the stone and are immediately captivated.
Personally, I am not attracted to jewelry or shiny objects in that manner. However, I would call myself a magpie when it comes to computer parts. Attractive components are always welcome in my rigs and I sometimes even like the mods that people do that have really flashy decorations. Clearly, I am not the only one who likes these things, considering that so many people are adding things such as lighting to their cases and are really focused on keeping everything tidy in a system with cable management. Looks may not be the only thing that makes a rig cool, but it certainly doesn’t hurt for it to function well and look good.
The Corsair HX750i 750W power supply is 80 Plus Platinum rated, which means it is offering up to a 92% efficient use of power. Corsair has built the HX750i with all Japanese capacitors and a cooling system that features a fluid dynamic bearing. The fan on the HX750i PSU is setup to run in a fanless mode during times of low demand, then once the temperature reaches a certain threshold, the fan will turn on to keep the PSU cool. Corsair has designed the HX750i with a single 12 volt rail for use with high end CPUs and GPUs that can provide up to 62.5A of power for a total of 750W. The power supply also has a full suite of power protection circuits to keep the PSU and your other components safe. The fully modular design features a full set of flexible flat cables that will allow easy routing in a case. In addition, you get a 7 year warranty with the HX750i PSU.
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