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    Default Gigabyte G750H series

    Any words about this unit?

    http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=5662#kf

    Seems to be made by FSP.

    Price isnt bad, looks good.

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    CWT GPS like the Enermax X't II series.

    Budget 80PLUS Gold design with LLC resonant converter, Synchronous Rectification and DC-DC, caps from Nippon Chemi-con and a double ball bearing fan.

    Review: http://www.overclockers.ua/power/gigabyte-gp-g750h/

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    Attached berg connector = fail in Wolfs standards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    CWT GPS like the Enermax X't II series.

    Budget 80PLUS Gold design with LLC resonant converter, Synchronous Rectification and DC-DC, caps from Nippon Chemi-con and a double ball bearing fan.

    Review: http://www.overclockers.ua/power/gigabyte-gp-g750h/
    Hm...nothing new then.

    Costs about 90-95€, still cheaper than XT II 750W.

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    It is selling for 75€ in Spain right now, if it is similar than XT II, then this looks to be a very good deal right?

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    I they can sell a 550W version at 55-60€, I'll be impressed.

    Though 75€ for 750W does seem like OK pricing, considering the expected performance and quality levels.
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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    Yeah, but how many people are looking for a low-end implementation of a LLC resonant converter design with synchronous rectification and DC-DC and need 750W for two high-end graphics cards? Someone that wants to replace his old PSU? Wouldn't be my first choice when building a new high-end machine with two high-end graphics cards.

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    Someone that has an old card less efficient and can find another one at a very good price for example.
    Also, in Spain, there is not that many options in this price range, corsair vengeance 550 is like 82€, enermax XT II 450 is 78€, for 75€ the best you can do is non modular s12ii, golden green HX, the new platinum king, CX550M, etc.
    The only doubt I have is the sitronix supervisor, which I've been told is mediocre, is this a valid concern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrapXon View Post
    The only doubt I have is the sitronix supervisor, which I've been told is mediocre, is this a valid concern?
    It's not how big it is (8-pin), it's how you use it
    Careful what you wish for... You just might get it.

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