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[Amazon.ca] XPG Core Reactor 750w fully modular power supply 139.99

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[Amazon.ca] XPG Core Reactor 750w fully modular power supply 139.99

Seems like a well reviewed power supply from what I can find, good quality components.
Using the UGO gift card promotion to purchase a gift card for yourself can get you back another $10 to $20 depending how much of a gift card you need.

Not sure how long the coupon will last.

The 650Watt power supply also has coupon for $40 off bringing it's total down to $119.99 pre tax, didn't research reviews on that one though so can't speak to if it was as well reviewed as the 750W version.
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Velly nice
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diehard_ca wrote: its tier A on LTT PSU Tier List
Thanks for pointing that out. It's not often we see new(?) Entrants into the PSU market actually create high-quality PSU's.
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Ordered for my new future build.

Thanks OP!
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Nice deal. If it was Small form factor I'd go for it. Now if only graphics cards were available!
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Same price on .com, in usd. Tempting.
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Interestingly I ordered it 2 days ago and got it today. I thought it was the average price. Good to know that what I got was a better deal than I thought.
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Russell wrote: Thanks for pointing that out. It's not often we see new(?) Entrants into the PSU market actually create high-quality PSU's.
XPG is a sub company of Adata.
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Stacking the Ugo and Amex promos makes it a pretty nice deal, hope it's as reliable as the more established brands...
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Nice, been waiting for a 750w for the eventual upgrade to a 3080.

Not sure if they will get much cheaper than this for a top tier PSU.
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Seems to get reviews, wanted to upgrade an older non modular Corsair PSU that's been rock solid. Any feedback on this xpg vs Corsair? (rm750x)

The rm750 seems to get better reviews, but would be more expensive not on sale.

Thanks
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Russell wrote: Thanks for pointing that out. It's not often we see new(?) Entrants into the PSU market actually create high-quality PSU's.
These PSUs are made by CWT, and this platform is called CSE, or "CSE-S"... Specifically, it's based on CWT's CSE550S, CSE650S, CSE750S, and CSE850S designs.
http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthr ... tor-series

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http://www.cwt.com.tw/Product/enus/Prod ... tShow.aspx
renegadeavenger wrote: XPG is a sub company of Adata.
XPG is a brand created by ADATA

https://www.xpg.com/us/brand/

"XTREME PERFORMANCE GEAR (XPG) was established by ADATA with the aim of providing high-performance products to gamers, esports pros, and tech enthusiasts."
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U4IA wrote: Seems to get reviews, wanted to upgrade an older non modular Corsair PSU that's been rock solid. Any feedback on this xpg vs Corsair? (rm750x)

The rm750 seems to get better reviews, but would be more expensive not on sale.

Thanks
RMX 750 was for the same price just a week ago and for sure will be same price for Boxing Day. I got Corsair RM850x for the same price by price matching Memory Express and bestbuy just a week ago.
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beats out the Seasonic ones? $139's a bit pricey
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ManCaveGamer wrote: beats out the Seasonic ones? $139's a bit pricey
It depends which SeaSonic model. As OEM, I think SeaSonic would have an edge over CWT, but comparing to an older/budget model, I'd think this XPG is a better option.

Comparing directly this XPG Core 750W Against the Seasonic Focus GX750 I think it's "on par", - both 80+ Gold, think GX is have a revision done recently (the old one wasnt that great), 10 year warranty on both. But at this price I think XPG is the one to take
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