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EVGA SuperNOVA NEX750G Gold Power Supply Review

Manufacturer: EVGA

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The EVGA SuperNOVA NEX750G power supply enclosure is painted with a flat black hammertone finish and measures 180mm (7.1”) long.  The back panel includes an On-Off switch and AC receptacle along with an open honeycomb grill and a heavy duty handle bar, just like the NEX1500.

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The NEX750G uses a 140mm fan on the bottom for cooling.  The fan speed is automatically controlled by the internal component temperature.  The dual ball bearing Yate Loon Electronics fan (DB14BH-12) is rated for 0.70A at 12 VDC and spins up to 2,800 rpm.

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The front panel incorporates twelve modular cable connectors, all nicely labeled.

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The SuperNOVA NEX750G power supply comes with a good assortment of all modular cables and connectors. The four red cables are fitted with both 8-pin PCI-E and 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors for a total of eight PCI-E connectors.

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Here are a few pictures showing the layout and components inside the EVGA SuperNOVA NEX750G Gold power supply.  Instead of working with Etasis Electronics Corp. as they did to develop the custom NEX1500 smart-digital power supply, EVGA appears to be using FSP as the OEM for the NEX750G.

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All of the capacitors used inside the NEX750G are high-quality Nippon Chemi-Con electrolytics with a few solid polymer caps located on the backside of the modular connector board. The single primary capacitor is rated for 390 uF, 450V and 105°C.  The overall layout leaves room for good airflow and the soldering appears good.

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February 1, 2013 | 07:21 PM - Posted by Markon101

Shame that the regulation isn't a bit better. I love the modular design, but at the price there are some really nice Corsair models that are hard to compete with.

February 5, 2013 | 06:37 AM - Posted by rrr (not verified)

Indeed, why did they go with group regulated Aurum, when there are way better designs on the market. I guess they thought having Gold certificate immediately makes unit premium class. Hint: it doesn't.

October 16, 2013 | 01:24 PM - Posted by Tommoto (not verified)

Corsair makes the shittiest products since the comming of the so called "i" generation.
I've had 3 broken h100i's so far.. A customer returning an AX760i and a AX1200i.. they all had the same issues, link broke after a while, causing shortage or something like that matter. And making the unit completely useless..

So b**** please, don't tell people to go to corsair nowadays, it's a shame how you people deny quality over a "name".

I have this unit since the beginning and it never bricked on me.. the multi rails seem to be working super and I have none to minor fluctuation what so ever in my voltages and amps.

And I hear people say stuff, like yeah MULTI RAIL IS BAD.. Damn people this aren't the 2004's anymore.. This unit was build like a GOOD multi rail.. not a dual rail 10a + 25a hybrided together like OCZ used to do.

February 15, 2013 | 02:15 PM - Posted by John Doe (not verified)

This PSU is a joke, end of story.

September 12, 2013 | 08:30 AM - Posted by Bob42263 (not verified)

I got the 650 supernova for $70. From the small number of reviews I have read I think it is a bargain. $100 seems to be about the price now. I also got free shipping.:-) I have a Thermaltake toughpower 675 which has been great. The evga is going to replace a old thermaltake 430 with only 20 pin atx connector and 4 pin cpu..

October 10, 2013 | 05:27 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

It is amazing to me all the power supply aficionados. Well they think they are anyway. They are in fact followers not leaders and parrot what they hear from their masters....really, it gets old. Spend their life in their moms basement and spend someone elses money to get their rigs built.

This is a quality unit, it is not the best out there but it is light years from the worst. If you get it at a good price it will serve you well. The 650G runs an overclocked AMD FX based system complete with all the accessories, water cooling system etc.......also drive two 770s heavily overclocked with the voltage to board mod to run the voltages I want and the clocks as high as I can. That wasnt the original plan, it was planned for a single 770, but thats what it is and it runs it fine because it doesnt just say "650" on the side of it, it runs at just below that number continuously. Hold it in your hand and you will see and feel the quality. Then there is the 10 year warranty, you can see how scared that EVGA is the build quality of this PSU sucks. I get tired of the disinfo. To the above negative poster, put down your coolermaster or sparkle magic PSU and step up to a decent PSU. Thank me later.

March 6, 2014 | 02:34 PM - Posted by mary effin poppins (not verified)

cheers for the sensible comments, I was struggling to decide on a psu as I keep running into dumbass commentors, I narrowed it down to this precisely because they were bold enough to stick a 10 year warranty on it... 10 years for christs sake,, 10 yrs is a great statement on their belief in this psu.. what could you possibly whinge about with that....

October 10, 2013 | 05:29 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

and before it even gets said, when you register this unit with evga, it adds 5 more years on the warranty.

January 7, 2014 | 04:40 PM - Posted by Peedster (not verified)

$89 with rebate at MicroCenter. That makes this a very good PSU for the price.

April 11, 2014 | 12:32 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Is it really that bad+ i am 14 and i have a i5 4670K, Asus maximus Hero and a 780 Classy. Is this psu so bad? :(

April 11, 2014 | 12:32 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Is it really that bad+ i am 14 and i have a i5 4670K, Asus maximus Hero and a 780 Classy. Is this psu so bad? :(

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