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NZXT C750 750W 80+ Gold Fully Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has NZXT C750 750W 80+ Gold Fully Modular Power Supply on sale for $79.99. Shipping is free.

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  • At 50% load and high-line input voltage, power conversion efficiency reaches 2% higher than 80plus Gold Standard.
  • Use only the cables you need to keep your system clean and organized. Black sleeved cable and a matte black finish seamlessly fit any PC style.
  • C series is built and tested with strict standards for trouble-free installation. It fits most ATX case and supports the latest NVIDIA and AMD GPUs up to 30 series and AMD 6000 Series.
  • Micro controller (MCU) enabled protection mechanism monitors current and voltage and output wattage.
  • Gold PSU includes low thermal dissipation optimization with upgraded components and optimized circuit design.

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looks like 2022 is CWT rebrands

2020 models were These are rebranded Seasonics they are solid

sorry for any confusion there

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looks like 2022 is CWT rebrands

2020 models were These are rebranded Seasonics they are solid

sorry for any confusion there
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Well if it's a rebranded seasonic, then I am in for one as a spare psu!
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These are rebranded Seasonics they are solid
My last seasonic died after roughly 1 year. Now I get to pay to RMA it, yay.
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Hello if I plan to use this as part of a future Nvidia 4080 build will this be powerful enough to support that build. I am pretty new to this .
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Quote from FoRealz8 :
These are rebranded Seasonics they are solid
The 2022 model (the one on sale) is apparently not, according to this: https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc...&context=3
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These EVGA 850 power supplies are a pretty good deal at Amazon for $89.99 too: EVGA SuperNOVA 850 Ga, 80 Plus Gold 850W, Fully Modular, ECO Mode with Dbb Fan, 10 Year Warranty, Compact 150mm Size, Power Supply 220-GA-0850-X1 https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07WS...UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from illusion27 :
Hello if I plan to use this as part of a future Nvidia 4080 build will this be powerful enough to support that build. I am pretty new to this .
From what I recall reading the 4080 will require a 1000w power supply. So this would not suffice.
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From what I recall reading the 4080 will require a 1000w power supply. So this would not suffice.
Thank you for replaying. So do I nee to buy like a 1000w + supply so as to provide ample power to cpu , mobo etc
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Quote from illusion27 :
Thank you for replaying. So do I nee to buy like a 1000w + supply so as to provide ample power to cpu , mobo etc
Yes. Especially if you plan on overclocking
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These EVGA 850 power supplies are a pretty good deal at Amazon for $89.99 too: EVGA SuperNOVA 850 Ga, 80 Plus Gold 850W, Fully Modular, ECO Mode with Dbb Fan, 10 Year Warranty, Compact 150mm Size, Power Supply 220-GA-0850-X1 https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07WS...UTF8&psc=1
My first 850GA lasted 15 months. The next one lasted 6 weeks. No more Evga PSUs for me. Very unreliable.
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Quote from illusion27 :
Hello if I plan to use this as part of a future Nvidia 4080 build will this be powerful enough to support that build. I am pretty new to this .
Actually I was going to buy a PSU in preparation for that card and then I learned there are new PCIE 5.0 PSUs that have a special connector for the newer cards it's called 12VHPWR.

There's only 1 on the market which is a gigabyte but I hear it's no good. So I'd hold off until more come to market.
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I don't know all that much about power supplies.

The sheer amount of effort that has gone in to creating and maintaining....

THE TIER LIST [cultists.network]

leads me to believe that I should just do what it says.

This PSU is in the highest tier and a top tier 750 watt unit for $80 is pretty good, I paid $100 for my MSI and that was a sale price (granted it is multi-rail link [gamestop.com]). The tier list has spoken.
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Thank you for replaying. So do I nee to buy like a 1000w + supply so as to provide ample power to cpu , mobo etc
Also if you live in an older home, check the wiring to see if you can handle it.

I hope they come up with more efficient cooling solutions for the 4080 (maybe add a backplate cooler?) I can't image that much power running through it without turning your case into a furnace.
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