Newegg is currently offering a power supply unit from a reliable PC peripherals and components manufacturer at an irresistible price. Corsair’s CX Series 750W only costs $44.95 at Newegg. \n \nIt’s the price after the mail-in rebate of $15 has been computed in. That means buyers can save as much as half of Corsair’s PSU manufacturer’s suggested retail price. Based on Corsair’s website, the power supply unit costs $99.99. Buyers will actually save $25 off compared with the current street price. \n \nThe Corsair CX Series Modular has a matte black finish and a high-end look. Designed in California, the PSU provides reliable performance with the convenience of its cabling system for the needed upgrades. \n \nThe Corsair PSU is a perfect choice for those who want to build their PC’s basic system. The 750 wattage it offers is actually enough for any high-end PC requirement. \n \nAside from the massive wattage that is enough for high-quality gaming, the unit offers flexible modular cabling and high reliability. The Corsair CX Series Modular black sleeved power cables are detached from the main power supply. \n \nWith the help of its modular cabling system, users can opt to use only the needed cables for accurate configuration. Without the additional cables eating up more space, users can reduce the clutter, which in turn improves the airflow. \n \nWith lesser wires and other aspects to handle, the Corsair CX Series is also an easy to install PSU. \nThe structure of the Corsair PSU is also built with low noise. Its fan design with a large diameter generates low to no noise during gameplay. \n \nThe Corsair CX Series PSU can also handle high-end PC with a single GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. It has 80 PLUS Bronze certification which assures users that it is 85% efficient when users place a 50% load. \n \nGamers or fans of high-performing PC would look at the efficiency rating to see how high is the energy used. Low-efficiency power supply units would have more wasted energy making the PC unstable and unreliable. \n \nBuying PSUs for PC may not be as interesting as getting the latest graphics card. But without a reliable power supply unit, one cannot completely achieve top performance. The important thing when choosing a PSU is that one gets it from a credible manufacturer. \n \nThe good thing with Corsair is that it has been in the business since 1994. Corsair has been providing the market with high-performing peripherals that serves e-sports enthusiast and gamers.