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EVGA 750 GQ Modular Gold Rated 80+ Power Supply - £74.93 @ eBuyer

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Introducing the latest in the EVGA power supply lineup; the GQ series. These power supplies take some of the best features from EVGA's award winning power supplies, like EVGA ECO fan mode for near sil… Read More
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Introducing the latest in the EVGA power supply lineup; the GQ series. These power supplies take some of the best features from EVGA's award winning power supplies, like EVGA ECO fan mode for near silent operation, Japanese Capacitor Design and a highly efficient design, at an excellent value. These new power supplies are 80 Plus Gold rated and offer an outstanding 5 Year Warranty that's backed by world class EVGA support.


FEATURES
80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
NVIDIA SLI & AMD Crossfire Ready
5 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
Modular Design to reduce clutter and improve airflow
100% Japanese Capacitors ensure long-term reliability
Active Clamp +DC to DC design for efficient operation
EVGA ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System elminates fan noise at low to medium loads
Whisper Silent with 135mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
Active Power Factor Correction (PFC)
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#1
Heat.
#2
From the pics, it looks like the 24pin is a fixed cable. no problems unless you plan on putting in custom cables.
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This is the EVGA line made by FSP
Here's a review:
https://www.pcper.com/reviews/Cases-and-Cooling/EVGA-750W-GQ-Power-Supply-Review/Final-Thoughts-and-Conclusions
They gave it gold, while a JonnyGuru review of the 650W version:
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=454
gave that one 9.4/10 which is pretty good.
#4
Would this be completely overkill for my rig with an rx480? Potentially going to a 1070 at some point. Currently using a mediocre novatech 500w bronze efficiency 80+

Thanks for anyone who can advise !
#5
Hi, would this fit in an itx case? (The Fractal Node 202). Is it as simple as looking at the dimension or is there other considerations I need to think about?
Thanks
#6
In preparation for those who ask: evga G2 > GS = GQ. But all are very decent PSUs. This one has 5 yr warranty compared to 7 for the g2.
#7
gowf
In preparation for those who ask: evga G2 > GS = GQ. But all are very decent PSUs. This one has 5 yr warranty compared to 7 for the g2.
I thought it was 7 on the GS and 10 on the G2? I could be wrong through...
#8
matt101101
gowf
In preparation for those who ask: evga G2 > GS = GQ. But all are very decent PSUs. This one has 5 yr warranty compared to 7 for the g2.
I thought it was 7 on the GS and 10 on the G2? I could be wrong through...
I think the confusion is because not all of the models in a line have the same warranty.
According to the EVGA page on the PSU review database:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page2293.htm
the 750W G2 has 10 years (as does the G1 which is FSP), but the 650W G2 is only 7 years. Strangely, they also list the 650W P2 as 5 years which is strange.
#9
jmn16091990
Hi, would this fit in an itx case? (The Fractal Node 202). Is it as simple as looking at the dimension or is there other considerations I need to think about?
Thanks
That needs SFX not ATX so no AFAIK.
Or at least PC Parts picker with the compatibility filter only lists SFX supplies:
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/XsbtYJ
And there's not much choice (at least in stock). Seems a 650W Gold Silverstone is your max bet.
Mind you, can the Node 202 actually cool a rig which needs a 750W supply? 11L case so surely needs low power parts?
#10
Gkains
jmn16091990
Hi, would this fit in an itx case? (The Fractal Node 202). Is it as simple as looking at the dimension or is there other considerations I need to think about?
Thanks
That needs SFX not ATX so no AFAIK.
Or at least PC Parts picker with the compatibility filter only lists SFX supplies:https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/XsbtYJ
And there's not much choice (at least in stock). Seems a 650W Gold Silverstone is your max bet.
Mind you, can the Node 202 actually cool a rig which needs a 750W supply? 11L case so surely needs low power parts?

Thank you for your answer.
Honestly, I don't know. I'm going to browse forums and look at builds in the near future. I'll probably be going for 450-600W PSU.
#11
Gkains
matt101101
gowf
In preparation for those who ask: evga G2 > GS = GQ. But all are very decent PSUs. This one has 5 yr warranty compared to 7 for the g2.
I thought it was 7 on the GS and 10 on the G2? I could be wrong through...
I think the confusion is because not all of the models in a line have the same warranty.
According to the EVGA page on the PSU review database:http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page2293.htm
the 750W G2 has 10 years (as does the G1 which is FSP), but the 650W G2 is only 7 years. Strangely, they also list the 650W P2 as 5 years which is strange.
Ahh, that would explain it. :)

I was looking at the 850w versions of both the G2 and GS when I bought my PSU, I never considered that different wattages in the same line of PSU would have different warranty periods.
#12
10 watts per squid :D

Edited By: csf on Jan 26, 2017 19:11
#13
Great price
Not quite fully modular, but close enough
If I hadn't bought the seasonic X750 posted on hukd a few weeks back for 90 (80 after 10 off student discount) I would definitely have bought this
#14
jmn16091990
Hi, would this fit in an itx case? (The Fractal Node 202). Is it as simple as looking at the dimension or is there other considerations I need to think about?
Thanks

Nope, sorry. I have a Corsair 600w SFX PSU in 202 at the moment and I haven't had any problems, even with a small overclock applied.
#15
matt101101
gowf
In preparation for those who ask: evga G2 > GS = GQ. But all are very decent PSUs. This one has 5 yr warranty compared to 7 for the g2.
I thought it was 7 on the GS and 10 on the G2? I could be wrong through...


The G2 is based on a superflower oem and the GS is based on seasonic work. The higher wattage GS 850 and above are rated tier 1 because of higher efficiency as they use a different seasonic platform.

The GQ has similar reviews to the GS. To be honest these are all quality PSUs but I bought a G2 purely because it is one of the only PSUs that got a perfect 10 jonnyguru review and because it has near perfect ripple suppression. Also there was a sale on Amazon st the time so they were only 6 quid between them. And considering the 2 yrs extra warranty I thought it was worth it. I'm not sure it makes a big difference in real life.
#16
Would this be good for powering a r9 390? currently getting bad coil whine and greenscreen on my corsair 750m
#17
kwanzee
Would this be completely overkill for my rig with an rx480? Potentially going to a 1070 at some point. Currently using a mediocre novatech 500w bronze efficiency 80+

Thanks for anyone who can advise !


You could probably manage the 1070 on a 500W PSU, they aren't very thirsty cards.
#18
OOS

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