GX 750W Coolermaster Power Supply £55.21 Delivered (£63.42 For Non free P&P Members) Today Only @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Scroll down a bit in the supersaver deals to get this offer, this price is when you use free delivery when signed up at AV/Hexus Forums so it's worth the sign up to save some cash!

This is a pretty good price, they seem to be retailing elsewhere for £60-£70 so grab yourself a bargain.



- Compliance with the latest Intel standard ATX 12V
- Single +12B rail for the most demanding SLI configuration
- High effciency design that meets 80 Plus requirements (85% typical)
- Ultra-silent operation with intelligent 120mm fan speed control
- Multipe protection design (OVP/ UVP / OPP / OTP / SCP)
- High reliability (MTBF > 100,000)
- Double Layer EMI Filter restrains noise and injury to end-user
- Huge bulk capacitor for hold up time > 17ms at full load
- Integrating Active PFC with PWM combo controller not only make PFC higher than 0.99, but also raises efficiency
- Efficent transformer for reducing 5Bsb power loss when the system is at turn-off and sleep modes
- Five Year Warranty


Not entirely sure why it has gone cold so fast but oh well, here are some reviews for those interested.

http://www.elitebastards.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1437:cooler-master-gx-750w-power-supply-review&catid=13:hardware-reviews&Itemid=27

http://www.ocia.net/reviews/cmgx750w/page1.shtml

http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/cooler_master_gx_750w_power_supply_review/

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/917a
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#2
Does anyone know a site(s) where I can likely get historic price charts of things. This for instance is something I've not been looking at so hard to gauge its current price without comparing with other sites etc. The only ones i know of a re camerapricebuster (but just for camera gear) and sometimes foundem.
#3
Very tempted by this. It really is a good price for what you get and with it being a branded PSU it will do the watt it says all day long. Also has a single 60amp rail so brilliant for my GTX 295.
Very tempted.
#4
bargain. i paid £63 for it a few weeks ago on a today special.5 year warranty is what makes it so good.

They are selling the crappy FSP ones for £53 amd they only have a 1 year warranty. I had one of those...it went pop after 14 months.

Edited By: amancalledchip on Oct 25, 2010 19:16: i felt like it
#5
Actually done the psu calculator bit which says i only need 386W for a hex core setup.

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Oct 25, 2010 20:43: g
#6
Meathotukdeals
Actually done the psu calculator bit which says i only need 386W for a hex core setup.


Would take that figure with a pinch of salt. Usually add 20% on top of the figure they give you plus you want to leave headroom for upgrades...
#7
V.hot deal btw OP
#8
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Meathotukdeals
Actually done the psu calculator bit which says i only need 386W for a hex core setup.
Would take that figure with a pinch of salt. Usually add 20% on top of the figure they give you plus you want to leave headroom for upgrades...

OK ta will take that into consideration.

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