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EVGA 120-G1-0750-XR 80 PLUS GOLD 750 W 10 yr Warranty Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI Ready and Crossfire Support
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I believe this is FSP OEM.
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Quote from rebthor2 View Post :
I believe this is FSP OEM.
Correct: the G1 is FSP.

This would be a steal if it were a G2, but it's still a good price for the G1. Unfortunately, there's $6 shipping on the unit, making the effective price $65.
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Correct: the G1 is FSP.

This would be a steal if it were a G2, but it's still a good price for the G1. Unfortunately, there's $6 shipping on the unit, making the effective price $65.
It is Shop Runner eligible also.
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New Egg also has the Roswill ARC-750 for $49.99 [newegg.com] . I'm looking for a descent 750-850w. Another one that hit my radar was the Sentey 850w for $65 [amazon.com]. Not sure who makes it but they Sentey got a good review at Johnny Guru.
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60$ AR isnt bad at all, even if its G1
Modular + 750w + 10 year warranty
and Evga is a top rated company, if something did happen id sure theyd send you a brand new G2 as a replacement.
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I thought everyone here had shoprunner...

Also what sold me was the gold certification and the 10 year warranty.

As others said the G2 is better but costs about 40% more
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I purchased a 750W G2 last Christmas for 59 AR in NCIXUS.
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my nipples got stiff when i saw the tittle... then i realized that this was the G1 unit. bummer.

it's an acceptable unit, but definitely not a "deal". the ripple suppression and the stability of the 12V rail is atrocious on this entire platform. you can do better for $60 if you aren't in a rush to buy something right now.
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Quote from solomonshv View Post :
my nipples got stiff when i saw the tittle... then i realized that this was the G1 unit. bummer.

it's an acceptable unit, but definitely not a "deal". the ripple suppression and the stability of the 12V rail is atrocious on this entire platform. you can do better for $60 if you aren't in a rush to buy something right now.
So I should return it and wait until December?
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Quote from jagercola View Post :
New Egg also has the Roswill ARC-750 for $49.99 [newegg.com] . I'm looking for a descent 750-850w. Another one that hit my radar was the Sentey 850w for $65 [amazon.com]. Not sure who makes it but they Sentey got a good review at Johnny Guru.
Both those are 80plus bronze, not gold like this one. Also this PSU is fully modular whereas both those are completely non-modular. Honestly, I don't find too much of a difference between semi-modular and fully modular but unless I got an incredible deal, I wouldn't go back to completely non-modular. There's just too many cables to hide away in a case that conflict with good airflow.

The EVGA isn't a bad deal but the G1 just isn't as good as the G2.
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thank youwoohoo
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I have the 650W version of this.

Runs quiet, and powers my rig without any hiccups.
(OC'd FX-6300 and R9 290).

10 yr warranty was the selling point for me.

paid $43 AR last year.
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So I should return it and wait until December?
if you are running 350W or less, it wont make a huge difference. the 10 year warranty is still makes it well worth the money. and if it dies in a year or two, they'll send you a G2 as a replacement anyway since the G1 units will be long since gone.

if you running 550+ watts of power draw, then yes, i would get something else. at that load the 12V rail starts to fluctuate a lot.
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Quote from solomonshv View Post :
if you are running 350W or less, it wont make a huge difference. the 10 year warranty is still makes it well worth the money. and if it dies in a year or two, they'll send you a G2 as a replacement anyway since the G1 units will be long since gone.

if you running 550+ watts of power draw, then yes, i would get something else. at that load the 12V rail starts to fluctuate a lot.
I already calculated that I am running around 300W in this build (TS140, E3-1225V3, 4X4GB, 250GB BX100, 500GB HDD, GTX 960
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