The Corsair Link
The Corsair Link program allows you to monitor the power supply voltages, efficiency, the AC voltage, the amount of power being delivered, the speed of the fan, internal temperature, and much more.
One amazing feature available is the possibility for you to enable over current protection (OCP) individually for each video card cable, and set the OCP trigger point for each rail (cable). While some power supplies have a switch for you to select between single-rail and multi-rail modes, the Corsair AX760i goes one step further, allowing you to determine exactly how you want each rail to be configured.
During our tests, we collected data with both our equipment and with Corsair Link to see if there were any substantial discrepancies between the two. See the table below. The results marked with “(1)” are the ones measured by our testing equipment, whereas the results marked with “(2)” are those reported by the power supply through the Corsair Link software.
|Input||Test 1||Test 2||Test 3||Test 4||Test 5|
|AC Power (1)||165.5 W||317.2 W||474.4 W||663.0 W||846.0 W|
|AC Power (2)||173.0 W||323.0 W||478.0 W||661.0 W||841.0 W|
|DC Power (1)||151.0 W||293.3 W||437.3 W||604.4 W||759.4 W|
|DC Power (2)||154.0 W||307.0 W||443.0 W||612.0 W||779.0 W|
|AC Voltage (1)||117.5 V||116.1 V||114.6 V||112.4 V||110.4 V|
|AC Voltage (2)||117.0 V||116.0 V||114.0 V||111.0 V||108.5 V|