Corsair has launched a new range of power supplies called RMx Shifta version of its RMx that has given the company so much success, and that in this case comes with full ATX 3.0 compatibility as well as PCI Express 5.0 compatibilityso that we find ourselves with a power supply that can last us for many years.
Among the particular characteristics of this power supply, we find that all the connectivity of the source is based on MicroFiT connectorsunlike the FiT connectors that are usually used, but it is also that these connectors come out of the side of the source instead of the front.
This translates into greater accessibility to the connectors when the equipment is assembled, the Achilles heel of modular power supplies in terms of equipment maintenance. Also, the bulge that the connectors make on the front of the power supply—and which can cause problems with hard drive cages—is eliminated.
Undoubtedly, it is a curious concept that, if it is really useful, could give us more power supply models with this format, which could consequently result in shorter cases.
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