Cooler Master V750W PSU Review: Petite And Powerful
I’ve always maintained that the best investment you can put into a gaming computer is buying a decent, well built and high efficiency rated Power Supply. It’s not an abnormality that power supply are one of the few hardware types that have 5 year warranties on most of their high end segments, with the more expensive models even having a 7 year warranty. You don’t slap a 5-7 year warranty on something you think will not be an integral part in a computer. Unlike GPUs, CPUs and Motherboards which usually have 2-3 year warranties, power supplies are built with the idea in mind that they are going to power a few generations of hardware and not turn them to silicon goop when they eventually do kick the bucket. The cardinal rule with PSUs has always been, buy cheap and buy twice. For the capacity and 80+ gold rating, this PSU is relatively affordable at around R1800–other fully modular 750W gold rated PSUs from well known brands are regularly above this price, so let’s see if this unit can serve your performance needs for the long term future.
So with that, Cooler Master’s updated V750W Gold Rated and modular PSU satisfies a lot of the expected features and functionality one would expect for a high end build–it’s a 80+ Gold rated PSU with 5 years of warranty, has Active PCF, utilises 100% Japanese capacitors and is fully modular with 750 watts of electron juice available to power a high end dual GPU gaming rig. It also checks another box which makes it unique for the world of SFF builds.
I do lack the proper equipment to put this PSU through its paces in which to properly test efficiency ripple and all those other juicy PSU terms you’d come to expect, so for a simple review, I’ll just be hooking up the PSU to my graphics cards in my cryptocurrency mining computer to see if it can handle the load for a day. I’m also not completely without some electronic tools, so I’ll be using a trusty multi-meter to take some basic voltage regulation readings.
What To Expect
Page 1: Introduction
Page 2: Unboxing, Specifications And Aesthetics
Page 3: Internal Components
Page 4: Testing
Page 5: Final Thoughts And Conclusion: Petite And Powerful
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