Okay, so guys I have noticed something very odd on newegg. If you type in "Corsair 750tx" on the search box it comes up with two items. The one at the top is the 750 tx V2, and the one under it is the newer one (just 750 tx but apparently its the 3rd iteration so it should be called the V3). Anyways, I ordered the V2 because the V2 was manufactured by "SEASONIC" (make the best PSUs in the market). The PSU they sent me is the one with no V2 label (the one thats discounted 15 % off right now). This one is manufactured by "Chicony Power Technology" or aka "HiPro" and they make terrible PSUs. Anyways, I returned that one and the guy assured me on the phone I'd get the right product, and infact they sent me another of the same... I spoke to the supervisor and he claims corsair didn't tell them about this and there is nothing he can do but refund me in 2 weeks when my RMAs go back. Isn't this fraud? They are advertising a product that is a different MODEL NUMBER and selling you one that is way different. I've went the safe route now and ordered a straight up SeaSonic 750 watt gold. They won't even change the title to "750 tx" instead of "750 tx V2" and there are numerous comment complaints about this. My guess is that corsair discontinued the 750 tx V2 (made my sea sonic) and newegg is unaware?