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EVGA 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply

( 4.9 Average / 80 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

EVGA

Part #

220-G2-0750-XR

Type

ATX12V / EPS12V

Wattage

750 Watts

Fans

1

Modular

Full

Efficiency Certification

80+ Gold

Efficiency

90% Typical

Output

+5V@24A +3.3V@24A +12V@62.4A<br/>-12V@0.5A +5Vsb@2.5A

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Reviews

Very quiet, fully modular, and a 10 year warranty.

from completed build Mighty Midget

Great reviews, great price, modular effecient and best part of all a great warranty 10 years :D

from completed build Silencio (mATX)

This seems like the most premium product in my build. Came with a protective storage cloth and a canvas storage bag for the cables. Even the box smelled like quality. *Edit Haha, yes it smelled so good. Plenty of extra power cables, velcro cable ties, and a 24-pin PSU tester were included. It runs so quiet that I wonder if I'll ever hear the fan whirring!

from completed build NUnique

I am quite pleased with the G2's Eco switch though. Go, team EVGA. I can simply switch it while using the PC and all it does is turn off the fan, if the system is not pulling enough power to make the PSU hot. With a maximum power draw of about 350W while gaming, I doubt it ever spins.

To those, who will criticise the PSU as being too powerful: The CPU can pull upwards of 170W, when overclocked, and the 970 has been shown to pull way more power than stated by NVidia. So worst case scenario power draw for this build could well be in the high 500s. I was initially looking for a 600W PSU, but this was the cheapest that met my other criteria, so I went with it. Didn't see a point in spending more just to get less W.

It silence, but beware of it size.