At last our journey to find out what the entire line of Seasonic’s PRIME Ultra Titanium line is about has come to the final unit in the series, the 750 watt model. We already know the rest of the line is outstanding, but let’s make sure this one performs like its siblings.
SUPPLIED BY: Seasonic USA
PRODUCT: PRIME Ultra 750 Titanium
PROD LINK: PRIME Ultra Titanium Product Page
PRICE: $179.99 @ NewEgg
Price is at time of testing!
Well, folks, the day has finally arrived. I’m now looking at the last remaining model of the Seasonic PRIME Ultra Titanium series, the 750W. We’ve now seen the 650W, 850W, and 1000W models and found them all amazing.
What can I say about this series that I haven’t already said three times before? I’m not sure, really, but I’ll think of something if this unit doesn’t live up to the others. But let’s get real… this platform has been so awesomely consistent that I don’t think we’ll have any bad surprises coming our way.
You know what? I just realized that this may in fact be the last Seasonic unit I review before I retire from this power supply reviewing stuff in November. No, I didn’t retire before. You’re thinking of the founder of this site, who is a completely different person, and hasn’t done a review here in a while now. I’m the slightly taller and much weirder guy hired back in 2007 to help out and has been lurking in the boss’ crawl space ever since, only emerging once in a while to eat all his mayonnaise straight from the jar. So, yeah… I’ve been doing this for a bit. Wait… my boss doesn’t live in Canada. Whose mayo have I been eating?
Anyway, I should probably say a few things about the box in the above shot aside from how hard it is to photograph. Being a PRIME Ultra, all the same bragging points we found with the other models are here again today. Super tight regulation promising mythic level performance, FDB fannage, super low ripple and noise… it’s all here once again. I have long suspected that the Ultra series of units is just the older PRIME Titanium units with a few minor tweaks, so performance should be real close to the original 750W model. Which incidentally, has been powering my office rig non stop for the past two years or so.
Specs? The box has those too, of course. Not all that different from its 850W big brother, just downscaled to the 750W level. The only real difference is in the 12V output rating.
And once again, while telling us about the new SATA 3.3 adapter and power supply tester, this part of the box has not gotten the memo that the Berg (FDD) adapter is history for these units. Good riddance. If you have something that needs such an outdated connector, I’m sure there are tons of adapters all over eBay you can torture yourself with.
Seasonic doesn’t hold back on the goodies with their high end units, and this is yet more proof. Two user guides and a quick install guide, a flyer, a bag of accessories, a power cord, a power supply in a bag, and some modular cables in another bag… that’s what we’re looking at. Documentation looks fine to me, so let’s get into the goody bag.
And inside that goody bag, we find goodies. I see enough zip ties to rewire a whole datacenter, two stickers, some fancier cable ties, the PSU tester, and some screws. All PRIME Ultra Titanium models are similarly equipped.