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750W Coolermaster RS750-ACAAE3-UK GX, 80 PLUS, 85% Eff', SLI/CrossFire, EPS 12V, 120mm Fan @ Scan £52.79 + del (free for AVForum/Hexus)
750W Coolermaster RS750-ACAAE3-UK GX, 80 PLUS, 85% Eff', SLI/CrossFire, EPS 12V, 120mm Fan @ Scan £52.79 + del (free for AVForum/Hexus)

750W Coolermaster RS750-ACAAE3-UK GX, 80 PLUS, 85% Eff', SLI/CrossFire, EPS 12V, 120mm Fan @ Scan £52.79 + del (free for AVForum/Hexus)

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The Cooler Master GX range of power supplies feature a single powerful +12V rail that has been designed to deliver more than ample power to dual graphics card systems, no matter if you use SLI or CrossFireX. On top of this you also get a wide range of other high-quality Cooler Master features which makes the Cooler Master GX range the ideal solution for your system.

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Original Poster

60Amps on 12V rail
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules/NDReviews/images/CoolermasterGX750/DSCF2041.JPG

I'd recommend the XFX 650W over this as this only has 2 PCI-E cables and is only rated 80Plus as opposed to the XFX unit with 80Plus Bronze.

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£62.27 inc VAT

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elbakry

£51.89 ex VAT£62.27 inc VAT


You have to use this page scan.co.uk/tod…ly/

Ulti

I'd recommend the XFX 650W over this as this only has 2 PCI-E cables and … I'd recommend the XFX 650W over this as this only has 2 PCI-E cables and is only rated 80Plus as opposed to the XFX unit with 80Plus Bronze.


Wrong, it has 4 pci-e connectors, and bronze or no bronze doesn't make difference, at all.
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules/NDReviews/images/CoolermasterGX750/DSCF2004.JPG
Edited by: "Narkodrom" 21st Jun 2011

Looks like a great deal for the price. Hot if you are building your own system soon.

Ulti

I'd recommend the XFX 650W over this as this only has 2 PCI-E cables and … I'd recommend the XFX 650W over this as this only has 2 PCI-E cables and is only rated 80Plus as opposed to the XFX unit with 80Plus Bronze.



i got the modular one of these for £68 from scan a while ago, while 'only' 650 watts is it more than enough power for most.

Not sure if to buy this or the XFX. I've heard XFX are rebranded seasonics so probably a better brand?

scan.co.uk/pro…12v

I'd go with this one over both the XFX and CoolerMaster, not on offer as such but it's not long been released and the price will go up, seems to be about £10 more elsewhere (£67 on Ebuyer).

Review of 800w version hardwareheaven.com/rev…tml
Edited by: "DaBear" 21st Jun 2011

DaBear

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/600w-corsair-gaming-series-gs600-80-plus-80-eff-sli-eps-12v-140mm-fan-blue-led-48a-plus12vI'd go with this one over both the XFX and CoolerMaster, not on offer as such but it's not long been released and the price will go up, seems to be about £10 more elsewhere (£67 on Ebuyer).Review of 800w version http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1146/pg1/corsair-gs800-power-supply-review-introduction.html



I'd go for the XFX and Coolermaster over that anyday. Unless it's the HX or TX of Corsairs, they're not THAT good.

i have the gx550w bought from scan back in march and it is really loud if your after a quiet system please dont buy this

Ulti

I'd go for the XFX and Coolermaster over that anyday. Unless it's the HX … I'd go for the XFX and Coolermaster over that anyday. Unless it's the HX or TX of Corsairs, they're not THAT good.



The CoolerMasters are known for being, well lets say not quiet and for not being anything special, the XFX and Corsair are a grade above the CM. Granted the GS aren't as good as the HX or TX, but they wouldn't be this price if they were. By all means take the XFX over the Corsair, there may not be much in it either way, but to put the CM in the same category is misleading.

DaBear

The CoolerMasters are known for being, well lets say not quiet and for … The CoolerMasters are known for being, well lets say not quiet and for not being anything special, the XFX and Corsair are a grade above the CM. Granted the GS aren't as good as the HX or TX, but they wouldn't be this price if they were. By all means take the XFX over the Corsair, there may not be much in it either way, but to put the CM in the same category is misleading.



I guess I've thought too highly of the CM, I stand corrected.

DaBear

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/600w-corsair-gaming-series-gs600-80-plus-80-eff-sli-eps-12v-140mm-fan-blue-led-48a-plus12vI'd go with this one over both the XFX and CoolerMaster, not on offer as such but it's not long been released and the price will go up, seems to be about £10 more elsewhere (£67 on Ebuyer).Review of 800w version http://www.hardwareheaven.com/reviews/1146/pg1/corsair-gs800-power-supply-review-introduction.html



Why? The Corsair Gaming Series are based on Channel Well designs, while they are good, a Seasonic designed offered by the XFX will be a lot better.

While it is based on Seasonic, it's based on an older model and that particular seasonic did not have great reviews regarding long term reliability. Also the XFX runs hotter than the original seasonic one, due to XFX's fan being different and not as good.

Just installed the XFX 650W and it seems to be a tad bit more efficient than my Corsair TX750W as it uses 375W as opposed to 385W on load with the same setup. Although this could just be more to do with variability than actual power draw?

Both are pretty silent though as I can't hear them over the case/graphics/CPU fan so I can't compare the noise from the two.
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