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Seasonic Focus PX-750 750W 80+ Platinum Full-Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Seasonic Focus PX-750 750W 80+ Platinum Full-Modular Power Supply (SSR-750PX) for $149.99 - $60 w/ promo code SEASBF322A = $89.99. Shipping is free.
  • Note: This is on back order, but it can still be ordered.
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About this item:
  • Compact Size: 140 Mm Deep Fits All Atx Systems.
  • Full Modular: Use only The Cables You Need to Reduce Clutter to Maximize Airflow for A Better Ventilated System.
  • 80 Plus Platinum: Less Energy Gets Wasted During Power Conversion; Cut Down Your Electricity Usage and Be Eco-Friendly.
  • Premium Hybrid Fan Control: Unsurpassed Silent Performance in Fanless Mode. the Fan Control Button at The Back of The Power Supply Allows Users to Customize Cooling Needs by Selecting Between Seasonic S2 Fc (fan Control without Fanless Mode) and S3 Fc (fan Control Including Fanless Mode).
  • 10 Year Worry-Free Warranty

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In for one. Ignore the reviews, they lump in reviews for all different models.
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OOS? Only available from a third party, says promo code not available for third party.
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Yep, OOS by Newegg.

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OOS? Only available from a third party, says promo code not available for third party.
Well, it was a good deal on a PSU, especially with no rebate.
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I was able to order it via backorder. Will cancel if something better comes along
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In for one. Ignore the reviews, they lump in reviews for all different models.
I wouldn't say ignore the reviews. I have this exact model and it had to be RMA'd because it was causing excessive coil whine with my GPU. Due to the excessive RMA time, I ordered a Corsair RMx series PSU, which solved the problem. I did receive the Seasonic back eventually and have it used in my test bench/build station.

That being said, any piece of electronics is subject to coil whine or faults. I have used Seasonic PSUs for 10+years without any issues aside from this one. It's just important to understand that even the best of the best can have issues, and that shouldn't be ignored.

This is a solid deal either way.
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I wouldn't say ignore the reviews. I have this exact model and it had to be RMA'd because it was causing excessive coil whine with my GPU. Due to the excessive RMA time, I ordered a Corsair RMx series PSU, which solved the problem. I did receive the Seasonic back eventually and have it used in my test bench/build station.

That being said, any piece of electronics is subject to coil whine or faults. I have used Seasonic PSUs for 10+years without any issues aside from this one. It's just important to understand that even the best of the best can have issues, and that shouldn't be ignored.

This is a solid deal either way.
How's the QC and longevity on Seasonic? I see that they're rated highly but I'm not familiar with the brand. I know Corsair is known for their QC but they're also more expensive. I've had three eVGA PSUs and never had issues with any of them.
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Quote from scottyR6s :
I wouldn't say ignore the reviews. I have this exact model and it had to be RMA'd because it was causing excessive coil whine with my GPU. Due to the excessive RMA time, I ordered a Corsair RMx series PSU, which solved the problem. I did receive the Seasonic back eventually and have it used in my test bench/build station.

That being said, any piece of electronics is subject to coil whine or faults. I have used Seasonic PSUs for 10+years without any issues aside from this one. It's just important to understand that even the best of the best can have issues, and that shouldn't be ignored.

This is a solid deal either way.
Always running 24/7 seasonic ( and rebranded) for all my 24/7 linux container machines . 3 machines. No issue with coil whine , well it generates whine on my oldest seasonic that is 7 years old and counting… when switching to simulated backup ups during black out or thunderstorm

90 bucks is a good deal for seasonic platinum
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How's the QC and longevity on Seasonic? I see that they're rated highly but I'm not familiar with the brand. I know Corsair is known for their QC but they're also more expensive. I've had three eVGA PSUs and never had issues with any of them.
Seasonic manufactures Corsair PSUs, that being said seems like Seasonic PSUs have issues with coil whine. So it might be more of a QC issue got the 1k Focus from Newegg but have not built it yet… crossing my fingers that I have a good unit 😅😂
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Will this be an overkill for 5700G + RTX 3060? I need a reliable PSU!
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Will this be an overkill for 5700G + RTX 3060? I need a reliable PSU!
Nah.... overkill would be 1000W~1500W range

You'll have a nice overhead..which is always nice to have... [whatpsu.com]
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God if only it came with white cables for my black and white build. Been trying to get one for years now, just putting it off.

Corsair is 750W is $99.99 -- that one doesn't have white cables either lol.
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Will this be an overkill for 5700G + RTX 3060? I need a reliable PSU!
without overclocking anything,
your system run less than 400w.

550w is more than enough if you have any good deal.
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