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EVGA.com has EVGA SuperNova 750 G1+ [evga.com] 80+ Gold Fully Modular Power Supply w/ 10 Year Warranty (120-GP-0750-X1) on sale for $59.99 (shown when added to cart). Shipping is free.

EVGA will add TWO YEARS to your warranty (making it 12 years total) [evga.com]



Note - I tried and tried to get attention of someone to say the last deal from a week or so ago ago was back live with no luck. So yes I basically just copy and pasted the last person (cerulean99)
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The G3 just went on sale, $69.99AR. Posted a deal for it here:

https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/12228466
Why you don't want to buy a G3 https://linustechtips.com/main/to...uy-the-g3/ . Even jonnyguru was shook and wouldn't respond.
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Just got this delivered yesterday. Never had a modular PSU before, it looks very nice. Box it came is is huge too compared to other PSUs ive gotten. Cant wait to get it in my new PC build.
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The G1 is a very old mediocre design and the G1+ is just a slight update. I would get this in that price range.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/JfBrxr/corsair-txm-gold-750w-80-gold-certified-semi-modular-atx-power-supply-cp-9020131-na

Or spend $10 more for the G3 at Newegg.
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I got this and a evga 1080 sc2 both for 470 after rebate a few months back
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The G1 is a very old mediocre design and the G1+ is just a slight update. I would get this in that price range.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/...9020131-na

Or spend $10 more for the G3 at Newegg.
G1+ is the newer than G3
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In for one, repped! Building my son a PC for xmas and have been on the fence for several PS. This one was far cheaper.
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Grabbed one. Thanks for posting the deal.
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Why you don't want to buy a G3 https://linustechtips.com/main/to...uy-the-g3/ . Even jonnyguru was shook and wouldn't respond.
Any reviews and comments related to this issue are several months old. Is there any evidence to show this issue still exists or was fixed? Any more-current tests? Now I'm curious, since I actually bought one of these and user reviews on Newegg and Amazon seem very positive.
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In for 1, 56.99 to cali. Thanks OP! Smilie
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G1+ vs. G2 and G3 comparison here https://www.custompcguide.net/evg...ll-series/. TL;DR: G+ is built by FSP while G2 and G3 is manufactured by FSP. Sort by quality and features G2 < G+ < G3.
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The G3 just went on sale, $69.99AR. Posted a deal for it here:

https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/12228466
You can get it for the same price without the rebate directly from EVGA if you use the 5% survey.
This is a great deal for 10 bucks cheaper though, IMO, 100 more watts and the same 12 year warranty. And no doubts about the melting caps issue.
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Yeah waiting for G2/G3 made by superflower. Recently had a GQ die on me, the only EVGA so far. It is made by FSP as is this G1+.
Ah, all good PSU's, but ya, the G2 has a stellar track record. Rather epic. Ive read much more reports on dead GQ's than G2's. G2 better than even the G3. Superflower is renown. You know your stuff!
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G1+ vs. G2 and G3 comparison here https://www.custompcguide.net/evg...ll-series/ [custompcguide.net]. TL;DR: G+ is built by FSP while G2 and G3 is manufactured by FSP. Sort by quality and features G2 < G+ < G3.
First, thank you for the link and quote. This stuff can be confusing, AND time consuming to self-educate.

I almost bought the G1+ this month. So, I like it.

I only mention this below, because a lot of people are confused, rightfully, and many questions arise about power supplies, as they seem a bit mysterious...

Humbly, I think the G2 is superior to the G1+ (and I like the G2 better than the G3 - but that's another story).

If you want to know why, read on. If you are having a bad day, I suggest high flying meditation instead.

Ive been specifically studying these PSU's for months (ya, its both work and a hobby). And, I wondered what the hierarchy was here between these two, because it was an odd move on EVGA's part to introduce the G1+. Confusing is the word. It literally straddles many EVGA models' lines in various ways and doesn't fit any category well. Analysis from many angles puts the G2 ahead. Even EVGA markets the G2 above the G1+ if you account for MSRP among other things. But, others see it different. Maybe it is all mostly nitpicking, but I see practical reasons that separate them.

Some of my reasons are, for one, the G1+ is dual rail, so while its a new PSU, its dual rail design is from a bygone era, or at least not preferred in most cases. It means its total power is divided between two sets of its wires and you might have to be conscious of how you balance your loads when connecting your PSU wires to avoid an electrical short or PSU shutdown. The G2 routes its wires' power equally and there is no guesswork. G1+ lacks ECO mode, where I like it quiet, fan-less if possible (like when I record music). G1+ lacks surge suppression on the input. I prefer Super Flower (G2, G3) over FSP (G1+). I love the G2's reliability track record most of all.

There is more. But its technical, not practical.

In one category, the G1+ wins with its wider connection options, out of the box. It comes with more wires and wiring options.

Luckily, right now, both can be had for $60. That is a steal. Don't forget to register at EVGA right away to get all of your warranty plus 2 extra years.

FWIW, I do not work for EVGA. Not even a fanboy. Only giving credit where its due. Actually, I prefer Seasonic.

The professional in me says:

A PSU is like tires on your car. Get the right ones and don't put crap between you and the road if you value your car and your life. Likewise, a faulty PSU can kill all your computer components and could burn down your house. Be wise, pay an extra $25 on a PSU- don't be cheap when it comes to tires and PSU's. Frugal, yes, cheap no. Wise. Ohm...
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could you please define tier 1 versus tier 2?


Simply, the tiers are a rating system that is generally agreed upon by "experts". It is very helpful for getting at least a birds eye view of the quality hierarchy between power supplies. It is less helpful determining, myopically, the advantages and disadvantages between similarly valued models. So, there is room for different opinions but it is pretty good at seeing the big picture.

Tier-1 is simply the best models. You see a lot of Platinum power supplies here (Platinum = highest efficiency- hence top of the line internal components to achieve said top efficiency).
Tier-2 is where much of the Gold inhabits. (Still high efficiency, but not as high as platinum, so the internal components don't have to be as high tolerance to achieve Gold efficiency. Still, very high quality, generally.)
Tier-3 is where you see Bronze come in. (Bronze efficiency is pretty easy to achieve, and unfortunately means its very easy to use sub-par internal components to achieve that lower efficiency. I don't use Bronze any more if i can help it. There were some really good Bronze units for their time (still available), but they are mostly now very old technology, not recommended. Until the major manufacturers put up some new Bronze units with modern design and quality components -at a reasonable cost- I will continue to defer.
Tier-4 and down... just cheap junk.
Seasonic, EVGA, Corsair, even maybe Coolermaster are my favored brands. I buy only tier-1 and 2. They all put up descent tier-3 bronze models in the past, but we are waiting for something modern (read- safer).

I always say, your power supply is the heart of your computer, and a potential fire hazard. Invest wisely.

Basically (from my professional electrical and electronic experience) it is tier 7-4= not safe, tier-3= safe? tier-2= safer, tier-1= safest!



This is an old list of just one compiled tier list. i can't seem to find my other links at the moment...

Personally- I don't like this list. it is outdated and not very good. Find a better one before reading into this too much. I will look for my other links. Bronze, Gold and Platinum are all on the same line... totally wrong. But, this is what i got for now! vomit
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Tier 1 - Best
Aerocool - Project 7
Antec - High Current Pro, High Current Platinum
be Quiet! - Dark Power Pro P10, Dark Power Pro 11, Straight Power 11
Bitfenix - Whisper
Cooler Master - V-series (modular, not to be confused with the VSM), MasterWatt Maker
Corsair - AX, AXi, HXi, RMi, RMx, SF, grey-label HX (2017), 2017 TXM greater than 650W
Enermax - Platimax, Platimax Digifanless
EVGA - G2, P2, PS, T2, 1000G1, 850W and above GS
FSP - Aurum PT
Gigabyte - Aorus AP850GM
LEPA - G1600
NZXT Hale90V2
Seasonic - X, Platinum, Snow Silent, all Fanless units, Prime (all series)
Sentey - Platinum Power, Golden Steel Power
Silverstone - Nightjar
Super Flower - Leadex Gold/Platinum/Titanium, Leadex II
Thermaltake - 1250D-T RGB, Toughpower Grand/RGB 1200W
XFX - Pro Gold, Pro Black, XTS
Tier 2
Antec - EDGE, TruePower Classic, EarthWatts Gold Pro
Azza - Platinum
be Quiet! - Pure Power 10 400W or greater
Bitfenix - Formula Gold
Cooler Master - VSM-series (semi-modular)
Corsair - Most RM variants, HX (old), 550W/650W 2017 TXM, Vengeance
Enermax - Digifanless, RG, GX
EVGA - GQ, B2, 550W and 650W GS, GD, G3, G1+ (not to be confused with the G1)
Fractal Design - Edison M, Tesla R2 650W/1000W, Newton R3
FSP - Hydro G, Dagger SFX
Gigabyte - XP1200M
Kolink - Continuum
NZXT - Hale82 N higher-wattage versions
Riotoro - Enigma
Rosewill - Quark, Fortress, Capstone
Seasonic - S12G, G-series/SSRM, M12II 750W/850W, Focus Plus Gold/Platinum, Focus Gold T2
Sentey - Solid Power SS
Silverstone - Strider Platinum
Super Flower - Golden Green, Leadex Silver
Thermaltake - Toughpower Grand/RGB, Toughpower Grand Platinum, Toughpower DPS Platinum
XFX - Pro XXX, XTR, TS Gold
Tier 3
Antec - Neo ECO II
be Quiet! - Straight Power E10
Bitfenix - Fury
Cooler Master - MasterWatt
Corsair - 2017 "Grey unit" CXM***, CSM, some RM variants, 2017 CX - 450W CX have one PCIe connection
Cougar - GX-S
Deepcool - DQ-ST
Enermax - Enermax Revolution SFX 650W***
EVGA - BQ 750W and up
Fractal Design - Tesla R2, Integra M
FSP - Hydro X, Aurum CM, Aurum Pro
Lian Li - SFX-L
LEPA - G600
NZXT - Hale82 N lower-wattage units
OCZ - ZX
PC Power & Cooling - Silencer Mk III, Turbo Cool
Riotoro - Onyx
Rosewill - Lightning, Silent Night, Tachyon, Photon
Silverstone - Gold Evolution, Strider Gold, SX650/700/800 SFX, Strider Titanium
Super Flower - Platinum King
Thermaltake - DPS Gold/RGB, London, BlueEvo 2.0, Smart Pro RGB, Smart series >= 750W
Vivo - 24K 650W
XFX - Core > 650W, ProSeries Bronze >650W
Zalman - EBT
Tier 4
Antec - EarthWatts/EA Green, Earthwatts Platinum, High Current Gamer, Neo Eco
be Quiet! - Power Zone, Pure Power L9, Straight Power E9, Pure Power L8
Corsair - Old CXM "Green unit" variants, Rev. 3 "Green unit" variants, GS-series
Cooler Master - GM, GX Storm, MWE
Cougar - LX
Enermax - Revolution X't
EVGA - BQ under 750W, NEX Gold, B3
Fractal Design - Tesla R2 500W
Inwin - Classic Series
PowerSpec - PSX GFM
Rosewill - Capstone G
Seasonic - SS, SSP, S12II/M12II, ECO 430W
Silverstone - Strider Plus, Gold SFX
Thermaltake - Toughpower Gold, Paris
XFX - TS Bronze
Tier 5
Antec - Basiq VP-F, Basiq BP
be Quiet! - Pure Power 10 under 400W.
Corsair - Rev. 2 CX "Green unit" variants, VS "grey units"
Enermax - NaXn 82+
EVGA - 450B/500B/600B/700B, NEX-B
OCZ - ZT, ModXStream
Rosewill - Glacier
Silverstone - Bronze SFX
XFX - XT
Tier 6
Antec - Basiq VP
Bitfenix - BPA
Cooler Master - B2
Corsair - VS "orange units"
EVGA - 430W/500W/600W 80 PLUS units
FSP - Raider Silver
Fractal Design - Integra R2
LEPA - MX-F1
NZXT - Hale82 V2
OCZ - Fatal1ty
Rosewill - Hive, ARC (M)
Silverstone - Strider Essential
Thermaltake - LitePower, ToughPower, Smart series < 750W
Zalman - GS/GT
Tier 7 - Worst
Cooler Master - Elite series
EVGA - 400W non-80 PLUS certified
FSP - Hexa
Thermaltake - TR2
These are all crap
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