Greetings, humanoids and non humanoids alike. Are we ready for a power supply review? Good. Today, I'm looking at another unit from EVGA, the G2 750W. Presumably, this unit uses the same platform as the 850W model we looked at mere weeks ago, so it should turn out to be an excellent unit indeed.
I see no reason for delay, so let's get right into it now.
First, the box and its marketing. Nothing new here - everything we see here is the same as what we saw on the box of the 850. Fully modular. Single 12V rail. Ball bearing fan. Switchable semi-fanless mode. 100% Japanese capacitors.
Once again, EVGA would like you to know that it is #1. I'm done with the box, let's open it up.
Yes, there does appear to be a power supply in this box along with a few other things. Let me get it all out on the table for you.
A power supply, user guide, cable bag, modular cables, a functionality tester, a bag of screws, and some velcro cable ties were all found within the cardboard cocoon.
Since the user guide is identical to the one for the 850W, I'm going to push the lazy button and just re-use the image from that review.
Like the 850W, this unit comes with a doohickey you can plug into the ATX cable to test and see if the power supply works before you use it. Remember, the fan won't spin if it's in semi-fanless mode.
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