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    Corair HX1000i

    With this PSU my computer dies playing games, fine in windows (almost no load)_
    I purchased a new EVGA 1Kw to replace it and the problem has been solved.
    I want a warranty replacement as the PSU is less than 12months old and I should have a minimum of 7 years in warranty.

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    Re: Corair HX1000i

    Hi Graylok,

    As far as I'm aware, Corsair don't really patrol these forums any more. You might want to email them instead.

    Best of luck with the RMA!

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