EVGA P2 750W PSU £85.24 @ Amazon
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EVGA P2 750W PSU £85.24 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Apr
Best price ever as far as I can tell. Started looking after seeing the G2 deal and I’ve gone for this for longevity and peace of mind.

The 750W G2 is £75 and the 750W G3 is £105. This is better than both as far as I know
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Fab price @zakkyb for a great all rounder!

Anything that divides roughly by 75w is perfect, these P2's also seem to run considerably cooler flat out, than similar, more expensive versions of the same wattage, from different brands

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I bought the 850W EVGA P2 In the last 3 weeks, for a new personal gaming build, it's a really really good PSU, silent in general use, loads of connections and good cable lengths.
(I paid a lot more than this),
a huge thumbs up!
I paid £115 a year ago for the 650w version. On ECO mode the fan has literally never come on, even gaming in a 30 degree ambient room. Completely silent. So this 750 is a barg.
Good for a Microwave, but rather over the top for most computers.
This is a much better unit than the GQ EVGA PSUs posted earlier today - would happily recommend this one.
I have had the 550w unit of this for around 3 years now..in use every day for around 12 hours a day never skipped a beat
Very good price heat added

Expect it to arrive in the box it was sold with and a lovely sticker on it
gotta love Amazons Frustration-Free Packaging
Paid £116 for the G3 version a month ago
d3lboy8 m ago

Very good price heat addedExpect it to arrive in the box it was sold with …Very good price heat addedExpect it to arrive in the box it was sold with and a lovely sticker on it gotta love Amazons Frustration-Free Packaging


Unless you select discrete packaging or what ever they label it.
I had a GTX1060 6GB turn up in the original sealed box and a sticker.
EndlessWaves1 h, 41 m ago

Good for a Microwave, but rather over the top for most computers.


power wise it may be over the top, but really you shouldn't scrimp on a psu.. Plenty of decent psu's in the £50 range, whatever your requirements, below that the saving just isnt worth it.. this is 60 odd percent more in price, seems a lot. But it sells elsewhere and until recently on amazon at nearly 300% of the price of one of those cheap psu's.. compared to anything at all on the market sub £100, this blows it out of the water.

for a small increase you are getting a far far better psu than anything in that price range, 10 year warranty alone would be worth that, then add on the energy savings due to the platinum cert, and the fact this would cover nearly any future upgrades... HOT!
Edited by: "Djrxx" 26th Apr
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Djrxx39 m ago

power wise it may be over the top, but really you shouldn't scrimp on a …power wise it may be over the top, but really you shouldn't scrimp on a psu.. Plenty of decent psu's in the £50 range, whatever your requirements, below that the saving just isnt worth it.. this is 60 odd percent more in price, seems a lot. But it sells elsewhere and until recently on amazon at nearly 300% of the price of one of those cheap psu's.. compared to anything at all on the market sub £100, this blows it out of the water.for a small increase you are getting a far far better psu than anything in that price range, 10 year warranty alone would be worth that, then add on the energy savings due to the platinum cert, and the fact this would cover nearly any future upgrades... HOT!

This is the best deal for a PSU around £50 right now
EndlessWaves2 h, 55 m ago

Good for a Microwave, but rather over the top for most computers.


A PSU runs most efficiently at 50% load. My PC is around 400w full load (OC 4790k, OC 980ti, sound card, 3 HDD). Makes this the best choice. Anyone who gets this calibre of PSU is going to be building with substantial components, 250w GPUs etc.
EndlessWaves6 h, 35 m ago

Good for a Microwave, but rather over the top for most computers.


Not if your running a power hungry setup.

Besides U NEVER EVER, run your PSU AT FULL LOAD !!!!!
Here's a review of the Psu from Tom's Hardware for anyone wanting more info before they buy.

tomshardware.co.uk/evg…tml
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