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Gigabyte G750H 750W 80+ Gold semi-modular PSU £65.45 Delivered @ Overclockers
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Gigabyte G750H 750W 80+ Gold semi-modular PSU £65.45 Delivered @ Overclockers

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Product information: G750H 80+ Gold 750W Modular Power Supply The black flat cables are modular. Installing only the cables you need to increase the airflow and to improve the chassis thermal performance.

All electrolytic capacitors are high quality Japanese electrolytic capacitors, to produce the efficient performance and to ensure the longer reliability.

140mm cooling fan with smart control system optimizes the noise reduction and the performance. The fan speed is adjusted according to the automatic power detection. The ball bearing fan provides longer and more stable life time.

80 Plus certified ensures the better power efficiency. Less power waste reduces the heat and fan noise.

Single +12V rail provides the best power output, stability and compatibility for the hardware. And it is the best design for overclocking.


Features:
- Modular Design
- High quality 100% Japanese electrolytic capacitors
- 140mm smart control fan
- 80 Plus Gold certified
- Single +12V rail
- Supports NVIDIA SLI / AMD CROSSFIRE
- 5 years warranty (Adjusted according to different regions)


Specification:
- Model: G750H
- Type: Intel Form Factor ATX 12V v2.31
- PFC: Active PFC (>0.9 typical)
- Input Voltage: 100-240 Vac (full range)
- Input Current: 10A
- Input Frequency: 47-63 Hz
- Output Capacity: 750W
- Dimension: D160 x W150 x H86mm
- Fan Type: 140mm Double ball bearing fan
- Efficiency: 90% at typical load
- MTBF: >100,000 hours
- Protection: OVP/OPP/SCP/UVP
- Regulatory: CE/BSMI/EAC/TUV/FCC/CCC/RCM
- Connectors: MB 20+4 Pin x1, CPU 4+4 Pin x1, PCI-e 6+2 Pin x4, SATA x7, 4Pin Peripheral x3, 4Pin Floopy x1
- Cable Type Black Flat Cables

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thanks bagged at this price - decent manufacturer and gold rated for 65 quid its hard to argue.I've been looking for 600 watt+ gold rated for a couple of months for around this price and this is the first decent one to fit the bill . . .
Edited by: "bigdannyb" 5th Feb
this PSU isn't listed on the list you have posted?
ws00705/02/2020 23:29

this PSU isn't listed on the list you have posted?



It's in Tier B, Gigabyte - GH
Sean_Brady05/02/2020 23:37

It's in Tier B, Gigabyte - GH


so sorry thought that one line was 1 PSU, not 3 PSU.

list could be better.
ws00706/02/2020 00:02

so sorry thought that one line was 1 PSU, not 3 PSU.list could be better.



I'm not even sure how they got to those results.
I have a semi
Thanks for that ordered 2 will collect from store tomorrow.
Entry level gaming PSU made by CWT, not a bad price.
Thanks for posting and welcome to hotukdeals; we have added this to the Highlights section
Great price and well spotted OP (I missed this the other week when looking for a new PSU - but to be fair was looking for full modular) But don't get too caught up in the tier list hype, there are several different lists around - Reddit, TechPowerUp, Linus etc. None of them agree with one and other bar a few usually the most expensive PSUs that cost more than a full gaming PC LOL!
There are highly reviewed PSUs including the one I bought recently, that feature as "dangerous" on Linus but grade A on Techpowerup. The last PSU I bought before that is similar but the other way round.
kmr22067906/02/2020 20:03

You must really like this psu then eh


Really gets my motherboard running. Firing up the old floppy disk
Callam_006/02/2020 21:39

Really gets my motherboard running. Firing up the old floppy disk


This is showing even cheaper for me, £54.95? I get free delivery though because of forum contribution
Edited by: "ianporter54" 6th Feb
ianporter5406/02/2020 21:57

This is showing even cheaper for me, £54.95? I get free delivery though …This is showing even cheaper for me, £54.95? I get free delivery though because of forum contribution


Shows £54.95 for me too, and everyone else. There’s £10 delivery added to get the price that is stated in the deal as most people would have to pay that. As you’ve said you don’t have to pay that. Not really sure why you’re asking that it shows cheaper for you?
Stitch12307/02/2020 07:39

Shows £54.95 for me too, and everyone else. There’s £10 delivery added to g …Shows £54.95 for me too, and everyone else. There’s £10 delivery added to get the price that is stated in the deal as most people would have to pay that. As you’ve said you don’t have to pay that. Not really sure why you’re asking that it shows cheaper for you?


Didn't realise postage was £10. Didn't expect it to be that much
ianporter5407/02/2020 07:41

Didn't realise postage was £10. Didn't expect it to be that much


Lots of disgruntled posts about their postage rates on their own forum. It does seem excessive.
I'd prefer seasonic, Silverstone or evga over this sorry op. My old gigabyte B700H kept crashing my pc. Not reliable
I hate computing deals. My wife hates them even more than I do. They ruin my account which means she has less to spend heat added.
Thanks
bbfb12307/02/2020 07:53

I'd prefer seasonic, Silverstone or evga over this sorry op. My old …I'd prefer seasonic, Silverstone or evga over this sorry op. My old gigabyte B700H kept crashing my pc. Not reliable


Writing off Gigabyte in favour of Silverstone or EVGA is a bit silly given that they aren't the original equipment manufacturers. In a lot of cases you're talking about units literally built in the same factories based on the same platform, but discriminating based on what paint is applied. Many of Gigabytes units are made by CWT, which Silverstone also uses as an OEM. Others have been made by FSP, which EVGA also buys from.
philcb07/02/2020 16:36

Writing off Gigabyte in favour of Silverstone or EVGA is a bit silly given …Writing off Gigabyte in favour of Silverstone or EVGA is a bit silly given that they aren't the original equipment manufacturers. In a lot of cases you're talking about units literally built in the same factories based on the same platform, but discriminating based on what paint is applied. Many of Gigabytes units are made by CWT, which Silverstone also uses as an OEM. Others have been made by FSP, which EVGA also buys from.



But arent CWT psu not as good as the others I mentioned?
Thanks just what I was looking for let’s hope it fixes the problem
bbfb12307/02/2020 21:53

But arent CWT psu not as good as the others I mentioned?


They make some great models and some mediocre ones, it all depends on who they're making them for and what specification they're told to build to. Corsair's very solid and well regarded RM/RMi/RMx lines are all manufactured by CWT, for example.
kmr22067906/02/2020 20:03

You must really like this psu then eh


That's the joke .

This is out of stock now. Damn.. missed it.
ws00706/02/2020 00:02

list could be better.


I'm open to feedback, so feel free to leave it
taras06/02/2020 09:21

I'm not even sure how they got to those results.


i link my sources, i don't test myself, but show numbers from various reviewers as proof of it, with methodology listed above

on an unrelated note: hi, i'm luke
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