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EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3 80 Plus Gold 750W Fully Modular Power Supply £91.95 with code @ eameenan / eBay

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Quality power supply for overclocks and demanding builds.
9.8 out of 10 at jonnyguru
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Discussion on OCP and OTP at Aris - just don't run the PSU near its limits
Use code PRICE8 to buy at £91.95
PSU prices have gone nuts - this seems a fair deal
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spec sheet here

Also worth a look IMO are Antec EarthWatts Gold Pro semi-modular PSUs at Novatech:
550W £72.57 free p&p here
650W £82.04 free p&p here
If these are 2020-built units they have no known defects in the PSU tier list
I like Supernovas because they have solid voltage accuracy, transient protection and low ripple - that gives your VRMs less work if you're running big overclocks, which gives better temps and longer life.

This is for a Xeon 28-core all-core turbo build (custom bios)
Edited by: "Hootwo" 24th May
These have a 10 year warranty from shops but ebay?
Good price - have some heat!

I went for the Corsair 80 Plus Gold 650TM 750W semi-modular from Currys at £69.99 with free next day delivery. Now out of stock for delivery but is a good price.
encaser24/05/2020 13:23

These have a 10 year warranty from shops but ebay?


Warranty is done through manufacturers not retailers
ToxicHazard24/05/2020 13:46

Warranty is done through manufacturers not retailers



Legally, warranties are with the retailer although some manufacturers provide extended warranties that they deal with direct. In doing this, manufacturers are within their rights to restrict the extended warranty as they see fit. In some cases this may be restricting the extended warranty to product bought from official retailers.

I don't know whether eVGA have any restrictions like this but I had cause to use their RMA service for a PSU a few years ago and part of the process was showing proof of purchase and not just serial number. It might be worth checking with eVGA whether buying from ebay would cause any problems.
Lowtrawler24/05/2020 14:26

And, EVGA will deal with you direct during the first year as well if you …And, EVGA will deal with you direct during the first year as well if you would prefer.


Do you have experience of this for an ebay purchase, as I would be surprised at a manufacturer accepting this?
encaser24/05/2020 14:45

Do you have experience of this for an ebay purchase, as I would be …Do you have experience of this for an ebay purchase, as I would be surprised at a manufacturer accepting this?



If you qualify for the EVGA extended warranty, they will deal with you direct for the full 10 years. As I said before, worth checking with EVGA whether purchasing from ebay entitles you to their extended warranty.
Soo evga will extend warranty to 10 years if i buy this from this seller?
kumo12324/05/2020 15:31

Soo evga will extend warranty to 10 years if i buy this from this seller?


Looks like you'd have to email EVGA to find out/
I can't see it happening.
You won't get a 10 year on this as evga on the website states it must be an authorised reseller. When you RMA they will want a proof of purchase uploaded too.
Best PSU and by far the best support you will ever get, trust me I have RMA'd a lot of things to EVGA with no issues at all.
LeonCPC24/05/2020 16:21

Best PSU and by far the best support you will ever get, trust me I have …Best PSU and by far the best support you will ever get, trust me I have RMA'd a lot of things to EVGA with no issues at all.


I think the issue is with having bought it via Ebay from a seller like this though...
Sanzai24/05/2020 16:41

I think the issue is with having bought it via Ebay from a seller like …I think the issue is with having bought it via Ebay from a seller like this though...


Yes, that might be an issue!
I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so back.

It's fair to say I'm pretty unimpressed that a unit less than 2 years old, running inside capacity from everything I can tell, let go with a sound like a balloon being popped.

Looking at the Evga site, from what I can tell I'd have to send it to Germany, at my expense, to have them maybe send me a replacement after many weeks, that I don't even need now because I had to source a replacement to get up and running again.

The alternative, I suppose, is to engage with Amazon, from whom I bought it, to see if they will have any part of it.
polar11124/05/2020 17:32

I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so …I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so back. It's fair to say I'm pretty unimpressed that a unit less than 2 years old, running inside capacity from everything I can tell, let go with a sound like a balloon being popped.Looking at the Evga site, from what I can tell I'd have to send it to Germany, at my expense, to have them maybe send me a replacement after many weeks, that I don't even need now because I had to source a replacement to get up and running again.The alternative, I suppose, is to engage with Amazon, from whom I bought it, to see if they will have any part of it.



They have a procedure whereby they will send you a replacement and, on receipt of the replacement, you send them your faulty unit. You pay for the replacement and it is refunded when they receive the faulty unit.

PSU's are a very common failure point and so even the best built units will have some failures. Their 10 year warranty is undustry leading.
polar11124/05/2020 17:32

I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so …I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so back. It's fair to say I'm pretty unimpressed that a unit less than 2 years old, running inside capacity from everything I can tell, let go with a sound like a balloon being popped.Looking at the Evga site, from what I can tell I'd have to send it to Germany, at my expense, to have them maybe send me a replacement after many weeks, that I don't even need now because I had to source a replacement to get up and running again.The alternative, I suppose, is to engage with Amazon, from whom I bought it, to see if they will have any part of it.


It's a shame that one died, but on the plus side a decent quality PSU like this tends to avoid sending on any surge to your components so that I would guess everything still worked when the PSu was replaced?
It's £109.95 with 8% off leaving it as £101.15 delivered?
As I know G3 has serious issues. Not recommended


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Edited by: "anuruddha" 24th May
Lowtrawler24/05/2020 17:47

They have a procedure whereby they will send you a replacement and, on …They have a procedure whereby they will send you a replacement and, on receipt of the replacement, you send them your faulty unit. You pay for the replacement and it is refunded when they receive the faulty unit. PSU's are a very common failure point and so even the best built units will have some failures. Their 10 year warranty is undustry leading.


I didn't see anything about that when I was trying to navigate their website but I'll take your word for it. All I found online was they briefly had a UK receiving centre a couple or three years back or so but don't now, so you have to send a heavyish item to Germany at one's own cost.

Which seems absurd if failure is very common. Frankly, I couldn't give a rat's about the lengthy warranty if the MTBF is crud and the RMA process is anything less than cost and hassle free.


Sanzai24/05/2020 17:52

It's a shame that one died, but on the plus side a decent quality PSU like …It's a shame that one died, but on the plus side a decent quality PSU like this tends to avoid sending on any surge to your components so that I would guess everything still worked when the PSu was replaced?


Everything was OK except the NVME SSD that had the OS, some other programmes and, most annoying of all, items saved to desktop on which I don't think exist anywhere else on the other drives.

My fault for not backing it up and it may well be I damaged the SSD myself. I did something dumb whilst handling it and based on there being no other damage to any other component, as far as I can tell, I'm inclined to think my fury over the PSU failure and anxiety and haste to check the components caused the issue.

So, you can imagine how ****** off I am about it. There's nothing like compounding a serious and unexpected failure through your own actions.
Edited by: "polar111" 24th May
anuruddha24/05/2020 20:09

As I know G3 has serious issues. Not recommended As I know G3 has serious issues. Not recommended https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/287266-issues-with-the-evga-g3-severe-issues-with-protections


I think that's only going to be a worry if you operate with power draw nearing the limit on these. Even with a 10th gen Intel chip and 2080 Ti all overclocked plus watercooling with power to pumps, fans etc, I don't think it will cause an issue.

However if you want to play it extra safe, you can get an 850W Leadex III model for £112.99
I had a 750W G2 blow up with a hell of a bang after only about 12 months of very light use... About 2 years ago. I sort of forgot about it until now. I swapped in a spare and its been sat in the box waiting RMA... at least its still got plenty of warranty left. Left a bad taste in my mouth though since they were so well regarded and it was very un stressed, the cheapy corsair that i swapped in is 7+ years old probably and still running fine. I have another G2 though (650w) that's running 24/7 and hasn't given me any trouble so maybe just unlucky, small sample i know but it would make me personally think twice about another EVGA psu.
polar11124/05/2020 20:19

I didn't see anything about that when I was trying to navigate their …I didn't see anything about that when I was trying to navigate their website but I'll take your word for it. All I found online was they briefly had a UK receiving centre a couple or three years back or so but don't now, so you have to send a heavyish item to Germany at one's own cost.Which seems absurd if failure is very common. Frankly, I couldn't give a rat's about the lengthy warranty if the MTBF is crud and the RMA process is anything less than cost and hassle free.Everything was OK except the NVME SSD that had the OS, some other programmes and, most annoying of all, items saved to desktop on which I don't think exist anywhere else on the other drives.My fault for not backing it up and it may well be I damaged the SSD myself. I did something dumb whilst handling it and based on there being no other damage to any other component, as far as I can tell, I'm inclined to think my fury over the PSU failure and anxiety and haste to check the components caused the issue. So, you can imagine how ****** off I am about it. There's nothing like compounding a serious and unexpected failure through your own actions.


Sorry to hear about the rough experience. Can I just check - do you have the computer connected to mains via a power surge protector?

If so, then it does sound like the PSU itself was the source of the problem and EVGA should make it simpler to claim on the warranty.

If not, then I strongly recommend it. So many of my family hooked their expensive PCs and monitors to the mains direct until I convinced them otherwise!
Sanzai24/05/2020 20:49

Sorry to hear about the rough experience. Can I just check - do you have …Sorry to hear about the rough experience. Can I just check - do you have the computer connected to mains via a power surge protector?If so, then it does sound like the PSU itself was the source of the problem and EVGA should make it simpler to claim on the warranty.If not, then I strongly recommend it. So many of my family hooked their expensive PCs and monitors to the mains direct until I convinced them otherwise!



Yes, in the sense that it was connected to a surge and spike protected extension lead which claims it protects, among other things, computers.

But as I indicated, returning to Evga is not something I'm going to waste my time and money doing. Unless they are going to refund me the item cost - they won't - and the shipping costs - they won't do that either - there's nothing in it for me except hassle and a PSU I don't need.

Maybe I'll use the POS as a doorstop instead.
Also heads up if anyone is going to be using this in a silent/quiet focused PC. Even though it does have a 0 RPM fan mode, the fan curve for when the fan is on (and in my experience it's on a lot of the time even under light load, like web browsing) is really overzealous and drowns out every other fan in the case if they're running at low RPM. If you turn eco mode off the fan is obviously on all the time but runs at a lower RPM, but still no where near quiet. So if you're going for silence you have to choose between silent some of the time, loud a lot of the time, or medium loud all of the time.

Of course this depends on your specs, if you're running a low or mid range modern set up the PSU fan will be on less of the time, but then again if you are running that type of machine you're probably not looking at a 750w modular PSU anyway.
polar11124/05/2020 21:10

Yes, in the sense that it was connected to a surge and spike protected …Yes, in the sense that it was connected to a surge and spike protected extension lead which claims it protects, among other things, computers.But as I indicated, returning to Evga is not something I'm going to waste my time and money doing. Unless they are going to refund me the item cost - they won't - and the shipping costs - they won't do that either - there's nothing in it for me except hassle and a PSU I don't need.Maybe I'll use the POS as a doorstop instead.


My g2 had an issue with the fan been quite loud. Contacted evga support, got RMA and sent to Germany. Took about 2 weeks to get a replacement back (during covid lock down too). Insured (£100) shipping via my hermes was less than £15.

Which exact psu do you have? Even a low end one must be worth a reasonable amount second hand.
ScorpioJonesy24/05/2020 22:17

My g2 had an issue with the fan been quite loud. Contacted evga support, …My g2 had an issue with the fan been quite loud. Contacted evga support, got RMA and sent to Germany. Took about 2 weeks to get a replacement back (during covid lock down too). Insured (£100) shipping via my hermes was less than £15.Which exact psu do you have? Even a low end one must be worth a reasonable amount second hand.



It was a G2 Supernova 650 Gold. I might be wrong but I don't think it's still a current model, I think it has been replaced with another version now.

I managed to get a non-EVGA 850w replacement at a not-too-outrageous price.
polar11124/05/2020 17:32

I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so …I won't be rushing to buy another Evga. I had my PSU go bang a month or so back. It's fair to say I'm pretty unimpressed that a unit less than 2 years old, running inside capacity from everything I can tell, let go with a sound like a balloon being popped.Looking at the Evga site, from what I can tell I'd have to send it to Germany, at my expense, to have them maybe send me a replacement after many weeks, that I don't even need now because I had to source a replacement to get up and running again.The alternative, I suppose, is to engage with Amazon, from whom I bought it, to see if they will have any part of it.


If it helps I had similar issue. I raised hell with evga and they eventually agreed to pay the postage. Not impressed myself, far from the excellent customer service they had around 10 years ago when I last had an issue...
l33t-krew25/05/2020 12:27

If it helps I had similar issue. I raised hell with evga and they …If it helps I had similar issue. I raised hell with evga and they eventually agreed to pay the postage. Not impressed myself, far from the excellent customer service they had around 10 years ago when I last had an issue...



Thanks but I won't be engaging with them because of what the best case outcome is and what it would involve to get it.

That best case is they pay all postage costs and I end up with a replacement PSU that I neither want nor need.
My light use office PC has a Coolermaster iGreen 600W PSU. The PSU fan has reached it end of life as it is making grinding noises even after lubrication.

The PSU is a Coolermaster iGreen 600W and the (Bad) stock fan- Coolermaster A12025-25BB-2AN-P1 /120mm x 25mm / 12V 0.47A / 93cfm 2600rpm 47dbA

I can't find the same fan to replace it, or even the same specs so I was wondering what is important for me to look at?

Please could you kindly post links of any budget / midrange fans that are compatible with this PSU?

Thank you
This_site_is_a_joke_now02/06/2020 11:07

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Thanks for info.

Unit is grounded and fully discharged the caps.

It is a 2 pin fan connector.

Any recommendations for a cheap compatible fan? its my Dad's PC and he misses checking his junk mail!! Lol

Thanks in advance.
iamgoatman24/05/2020 22:00

Also heads up if anyone is going to be using this in a silent/quiet …Also heads up if anyone is going to be using this in a silent/quiet focused PC. Even though it does have a 0 RPM fan mode, the fan curve for when the fan is on (and in my experience it's on a lot of the time even under light load, like web browsing) is really overzealous and drowns out every other fan in the case if they're running at low RPM. If you turn eco mode off the fan is obviously on all the time but runs at a lower RPM, but still no where near quiet. So if you're going for silence you have to choose between silent some of the time, loud a lot of the time, or medium loud all of the time.Of course this depends on your specs, if you're running a low or mid range modern set up the PSU fan will be on less of the time, but then again if you are running that type of machine you're probably not looking at a 750w modular PSU anyway.


Interesting. The one I bought here is powering a dual Xeon setup on the workbench.
On Prime95, I've put my head next to the PSU exhaust, and really, the fan is silent.
Psu is away from the cpu cooler fans so I can hear clearly.

Perhaps your psu is running closer to its limits than mine?
Edited by: "Hootwo" 7th Jun
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