Amazon EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ GOLD 750W, Semi Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 5 Year Warranty, Power Supply 210-GQ-0750-V3 at Amazon for £67.98
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Amazon EVGA 750 GQ, 80+ GOLD 750W, Semi Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 5 Year Warranty, Power Supply 210-GQ-0750-V3 at Amazon for £67.98

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Just what I need

wowsers, hot hot hot.

Might have to jump on this and throw my 650 non modular evga in my project build, plus its ready for my girlfriend then. Awesome

This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar price which would be better thank you

locoperro143 m ago

This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar …This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar price which would be better thank you


This is 750W but the Corsair one is fully modular, although this "semi-modular" PSU isn't really bad, the only cable that's unconnectable is the 24-pin motherboard header, so no problems there.
I'd advise EVGA's one. Had a lot of products and experience with them.
Edited by: "NenoDealHunter" 24th Nov

thank you very much its so hard some times to make your mind up. I suppose its almost flip a coin

NenoDealHunter12 m ago

This is 750W but the Corsair one is fully modular, although this …This is 750W but the Corsair one is fully modular, although this "semi-modular" PSU isn't really bad, the only cable that's unconnectable is the 24-pin motherboard header, so no problems there.I'd advise EVGA's one. Had a lot of products and experience with them.


thank you very much its so hard some times to make your mind up. I suppose its almost flip a coin

locoperro11 h, 6 m ago

This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar …This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar price which would be better thank you


I'd say this one.

The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular design doesn't really matter when the only permanently connected cable is the 24 pin; it's difficult to use your PC without that one connected!

matt10110124th Nov

I'd say this one. The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular …I'd say this one. The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular design doesn't really matter when the only permanently connected cable is the 24 pin; it's difficult to use your PC without that one connected!




looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed watts

This unit is good but not that great also do you need anything near 750w I don't think you do so it is pointless get a top quality 550w I would get sunflower leadex 550w for £70 (full modular) over this or even bitfenix formula 550w for same price (non modular)

morty27 m ago

looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed wattsThis unit is …looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed wattsThis unit is good but not that great also do you need anything near 750w I don't think you do so it is pointless get a top quality 550w I would get sunflower leadex 550w for £70 (full modular) over this or even bitfenix formula 550w for same price (non modular)



JonnyGuru gave the 850w and 650w versions of the EVGA GQ overall scores of 9.2/10 and 9.4/10, respectively. Both had their average score dragged down by the "Value" category (both scored 8.5/10), which is irrelevant anyway when you're looking at UK sale prices, not US MSRP. Unless the 750w version is vastly different to its siblings, I can't imagine it's anything other than a great PSU.


I'm not saying the EVGA GQ is the best PSU line ever, it isn't. However, as I said above, unless the 750w is considerably worse than its 650w and 850w siblings, to describe it as "good but not that great" is pretty misleading. "Great but not the absolute best money can buy", would be far closer to the truth.


As for whether people need 750w or can make do with less, that's entirely down to use case.

deal has expired typical amazon its gone up by £20 some one needs to look into their pricing practices they are iffy.
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