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[Canada Computers] $89.99 - GIGABYTE GP-G750H 750W 80 PLUS Gold Certified Power Supply (GP-G750H)

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[Canada Computers] $89.99 - GIGABYTE GP-G750H 750W 80 PLUS Gold Certified Power Supply (GP-G750H)

Looks like a good deal for a gold PSU 750W. I remember buying the EVGA 750W Gold for $130 a few years ago.


GIGABYTE GP-G750H 750W 80 PLUS Gold Certified Power Supply (GP-G750H)

https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=129551

Reviews on Amazon.com (pretty good) https://www.amazon.com/GIGABYTE-Crossfi ... B01N7JHVDW

GIGABYTE G750H 80 Plus Gold 750W

Modular, Smart Fan, Smart Power Protection

Type:Intel Form Factor ATX 12V v2.31

PFC:Active PFC (>0.9 typical)

Input Voltage:100-240 Vac (full range)

Input Current: 10A

Input Frequency:47-63 Hz

Output Capacity: 750W

Connector

MB 20+4 Pin x1

CPU 4+4 Pin x1

PCI-e 6+2 Pin x4

SATA x7

4Pin Peripheral x3

4Pin Floppy x1

Feature

Modular Design

High quality 100% Japanese electrolytic capacitors

140mm smart control fan

80 Plus Gold certified

Single +12V rail

Supports NVIDIA SLI / AMD CROSSFIRE
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broboba wrote: Please don't buy this crappy PSU.
What's wrong with it? I don't know about this brand but happy with my EVGA.
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broboba wrote: Please don't buy this crappy PSU.
Bought an evga gq 650 from Newegg.com for $80 Cad. Better than this? Really new to the PC Master Race.
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Lower end 80+ Gold power supply. Should be ok for most builds, but I tend to splurge a bit more on something as important as a PSU.
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wahabk1234 wrote: Bought an evga gq 650 from Newegg.com for $80 Cad. Better than this? Really new to the PC Master Race.
I think you'd want higher wattage if you have more peripherals installed such as a discrete graphics card. I had 650W for years.
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xtrmDeals wrote: I think you'd want higher wattage if you have more peripherals installed such as a discrete graphics card. I had 650W for years.
Best to plug build into PC Part Picker for total wattage. I have a 550w and a discrete GPU with plenty of overhead
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I had no idea gigabyte made PSUs

I only buy Corsair AXi, HX, and SF psu’s. (Love that they all use type 4 cables, and are all platinum rated, with quiet fans)
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redflagdealsguy wrote: PSU elitism is rampant.

Most folks don't keep their system in regular use after 10 years, many don't last 5 to 7 years.
I donate my old rigs to the parents. They get an upgrade once a decade!
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"Gold" simply means power conversion efficiency.

manufactured by CWT, very very average quality.

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When in doubt go to JonnyGuru, unforunately don't see a similar PSU on the site reviewed.

Personally I only bought Corsair AX AXi and HXi
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PSU of a pc is just like heart of ur body
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Gigabyte is an awful company their RMA process is garbage and they release low-quality unreliable junk all the time (Latest example: Vega cards)
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andersb wrote: Gigabyte is an awful company their RMA process is garbage and they release low-quality unreliable junk all the time (Latest example: Vega cards)
Never had a problem with their RMA process for a motherboard.

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