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Antec High Current Gamer HCG-750 Power supply - 750 Watt
Internal - AC 100-240 V
Making quad rail power and highly advanced power supply design available at a popular wattage, the HCG-750 features special high current connectors and heavy-duty cabling, earning it NVIDIA SLI -Ready and ATI CrossFire certifications. At the same time the HCG-750 is also 80 PLUS ...
- Antec Is Awesome (read this important review)Pros: This PS is a beast. I got this with a 10$ off promo for 90$ on Newegg. There is no PS at 750w for that price anywhere near this. It outperforms some of the seasonic and pc power and cooling PS's I've installed at 750w that ran 20-30$ more and beats out a 750w corsair hands down in my opinion (this specific model,quality and price), plus antec has been making PSU's long before corsair. The packaging was neat, the design of the PS unit is nice, very smooth feel and finish. Overall professional design and finish. It booted 2 7870 Sapphire video cards in crossfire with an i7 3770, 16gb of Gskill ram and 3 drives (1 samsung SSD, 1 3tb Seagate and 1 Blueray drive)without a problem. Temps stayed at good levels. Looking at the interior design with high a beam flashlight, showed off the quality metal used, and how thoroughly it was soldered. This is a quality gaming PSU, I am very happy with it.
Cons: The holes for the screws were slightly off making me have to push the PSU around to get a clean installation.
Antec is a quality company that has been around for a long time. I have been purchasing theit items for 15 years. And they barely ever disappoint.Read full review
- Solid Power SupplyPros: 1. Looks very Good
3. Very high quality
Cons: No cons
Looked at many power supplies on newegg and the internet before purchasing this partciuliar unit. I wanted a red power supply to match my red case. Not only did this power supply have to be red, but it had to be high quality and at least 700 watts. I found the PERFECT solution with this red and black 750 watt Antec Power Supply. Part arrived in a very high quality looking box and the power supply was packed really good, in fact the power supply was covered by a nice black fabric bag container. Feels kind of heavy and you can tell by holding it and looking at it that it is a good power supply. This is easily the best power supply I have ever owned and it looks absolutely perfect in my RED Thermtake Commander MS-1 Epic case that I put it in. This unit retails for $149.99 in most places, I got it from newegg.com for $99.99 and could not be more happy with my purchase. Highly recommend, and even more so if your trying to match your part colors.Read full review
- Great mid-range enthusiast PSUPros: I'm the PSU Editor for a prominent enthusiast computer forum, and after selling off my high-end 1200W PSU engineering sample (since I needed $300 more than I needed a 1200W PSU) I chose this one as its replacement.
It's an extremely well-built Delta unit with a sparse, clean design and very good performance for its price range. A word on performance vs. build quality: SeaSonic-built PSUs like the Antec TP-750 or Corsair X750 or XFX Pro 750W may have better performance, but they are *not* more reliable. SeaSonic's build quality is average and their QC is not strict. Delta Electronics, who make the HCG-750, have a much better reliability record. Your chance of a DOA or a squealing coil are far less with a Delta unit like this, than with a SeaSonic. But SeaSonic gives better performance. Your pick.
Cons: I'd prefer modularity--but there are only two cables I'm not using (1 molex chain, 1 SATA chain), so it wasn't a big detriment. Also the red doesn't go well with my blue and black case.
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @3.7Ghz
Asus P5Q Pro
4GB DDR2 1066
2x Sapphire Radeon HD4870 1GB
2 mechanical HDDs, one SSD
Will be swapping the 4870s out for 6950s, should handle it fine.Read full review
|Device Type||Power supply - active Power Factor Correction (PFC) - internal|
|Specification Compliance||ATX12V 2.3/ EPS12V 2.91|
|First Seen On Google Shopping||October 2010|
|Input Voltage||AC 100-240 V|
|Input Voltage Margin||+ 10% / - 10%|