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  • Great power supply for any PC builds w/o the hassle of any rebates; includes a 12-year warranty. 80+ gold efficiency rating w/ cleaner internal layout, variable resistor module. Offer valid while promotion last.

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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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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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This is a real good deal on a well reviewed tier-2 power supply. This is simply a good power supply at an amazing price, for most needs. Its known for its great warranty (make sure to register it at EVGA right away or you forfeit the long warranty) its durability, stability and many cables. See JohnnyGuru review http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=555

If you don't know anything about power supplies, always buy good ones. Its the foundation of any build. Buy cheap, and you may get premature deaths of parts and weird problems. This is a good one. 550 to 650 watts is plenty for most- 750 watts usually over-kill but play-it-safe limit is 750 watts, no higher needed in most cases.

750 watts or more is usually for overclocking a computer with premier level cpus and dual high-end graphics cards setups, for example. Most websites that will estimate the wattage you need, are usually way high in their estimations. It is fine to run a 750 watt power supply on a computer that will pull only half the watts. It way not be as efficient, as the engineers estimate that you will use 60 to 80% of its rated capacity and they make that the efficiency sweet spot. But we are only talking probably a few percentage points. So its really nothing. Its better to run with way more total watts than you need and a good brand and model, than get a more suitable wattage with a crappier brand or model. Go ahead, pull this trigger!

However, I am waiting for the Holy Grail REAL GREAT DEAL; I want a tier-1 power supply, either EVGA G2 (JohnnyGuru gives a perfect 10 score http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=440 ) or G3, or Seasonic Gold Focus Plus 650 or 750 watt for $60-$65. That might happen cyber Monday. But, it is a risk, because I'm scouting for a rare rock-bottom price. I almost pulled the trigger on this EVGA last week, but decided I want a tier-1 WITH Semi fanless ECO mode. Its that darn Eco mode that is killing me. GOT TO HAVE IT! (ECO MODE=the power supply will turn off its fan when pulling lower watts. Its quieter and may make the power supply last longer as often is the case, power supplies die when the fan dies.)

I hope i don't regret passing on this AGAIN! lol
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Looks like a nice deal! Thank you OP!
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I missed this last time. May i wait till BF ?
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This is a real good deal on a well reviewed tier-2 power supply. This is simply a good power supply at an amazing price, for most needs. Its known for its great warranty (make sure to register it at EVGA right away or you forfeit the long warranty) its durability, stability and many cables. See JohnnyGuru review http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=555

If you don't know anything about power supplies, always buy good ones. Its the foundation of any build. Buy cheap, and you may get premature deaths of parts and weird problems. This is a good one. 550 to 650 watts is plenty for most- 750 watts usually over-kill but play-it-safe limit is 750 watts, no higher needed in most cases.

750 watts or more is usually for overclocking a computer with premier level cpus and dual high-end graphics cards setups, for example. Most websites that will estimate the wattage you need, are usually way high in their estimations. It is fine to run a 750 watt power supply on a computer that will pull only half the watts. It way not be as efficient, as the engineers estimate that you will use 60 to 80% of its rated capacity and they make that the efficiency sweet spot. But we are only talking probably a few percentage points. So its really nothing. Its better to run with way more total watts than you need and a good brand and model, than get a more suitable wattage with a crappier brand or model. Go ahead, pull this trigger!

However, I am waiting for the Holy Grail REAL GREAT DEAL; I want a tier-1 power supply, either EVGA G2 (JohnnyGuru gives a perfect 10 score http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=440 ) or G3, or Seasonic Gold Focus Plus 650 or 750 watt for $60-$65. That might happen cyber Monday. But, it is a risk, because I'm scouting for a rare rock-bottom price. I almost pulled the trigger on this EVGA last week, but decided I want a tier-1 WITH Semi fanless ECO mode. Its that darn Eco mode that is killing me. GOT TO HAVE IT! (ECO MODE=the power supply will turn off its fan when pulling lower watts. Its quieter and may make the power supply last longer as often is the case, power supplies die when the fan dies.)

I hope i don't regret passing on this AGAIN! lol
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Back in stock. Just worked for me. $56.99 w/ the survey coupon...
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$56.99 and no sales tax (IL)
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This is a real good deal on a well reviewed tier-2 power supply. This is simply a good power supply at an amazing price, for most needs. Its known for its great warranty (make sure to register it at EVGA right away or you forfeit the long warranty) its durability, stability and many cables. See JohnnyGuru review http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=555

If you don't know anything about power supplies, always buy good ones. Its the foundation of any build. Buy cheap, and you may get premature deaths of parts and weird problems. This is a good one. 550 to 650 watts is plenty for most- 750 watts usually over-kill but play-it-safe limit is 750 watts, no higher needed in most cases.

750 watts or more is usually for overclocking a computer with premier level cpus and dual high-end graphics cards setups, for example. Most websites that will estimate the wattage you need, are usually way high in their estimations. It is fine to run a 750 watt power supply on a computer that will pull only half the watts. It way not be as efficient, as the engineers estimate that you will use 60 to 80% of its rated capacity and they make that the efficiency sweet spot. But we are only talking probably a few percentage points. So its really nothing. Its better to run with way more total watts than you need and a good brand and model, than get a more suitable wattage with a crappier brand or model. Go ahead, pull this trigger!

However, I am waiting for the Holy Grail REAL GREAT DEAL; I want a tier-1 power supply, either EVGA G2 (JohnnyGuru gives a perfect 10 score http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=440 ) or G3, or Seasonic Gold Focus Plus 650 or 750 watt for $60-$65. That might happen cyber Monday. But, it is a risk, because I'm scouting for a rare rock-bottom price. I almost pulled the trigger on this EVGA last week, but decided I want a tier-1 WITH Semi fanless ECO mode. Its that darn Eco mode that is killing me. GOT TO HAVE IT! (ECO MODE=the power supply will turn off its fan when pulling lower watts. Its quieter and may make the power supply last longer as often is the case, power supplies die when the fan dies.)

I hope i don't regret passing on this AGAIN! lol
Thank you that really helps someone like me who is a noob to power supply. So this one doesn't have an ECO Mode? I was waiting on the EVGA supernova 750 G3
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$56.99 to Oklahoma. IN FOR ONE!

Doing an upgrade to a lightweight system for the girlfriend. This is WAY more than enough. But it's quality and not too much more than other PSUs I was eyeballing. AND the rebate is instant rather than mail-in.
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