Corsair is revamping its RM line, adding the letter “i” to highlight a more advanced digital interface — today we check out the RM750i. Corsair has revamped its RM line, adding the letter “i” to it, which highlights the use of a more advanced digital interface compared with the previous generation. Today we will test how the RM750i 750 Watt power supply fares against the competition. Corsair’s RM line includes the most silent PSUs money can buy today and features a digital interface, which gathers limited information regarding the PSU’s status and operation. Since digital circuits are better than analog ones, Corsair decided that it was time to introduce its new RMi line, which includes four models with 650 W, 750 W, 850 W and 1 kW capacities. The major differences between the RM and the new RMi series are: All of the above new features look very interesting, and we have high expectations for the new RMi units, especially since they are built by Channel Well Technology, an OEM that Corsair has enjoyed a long and satisfying relationship with. The PSU undergoing tests today will be the RM750i unit, which, thanks to its mid-level capacity, addres...