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XFX TS Series 750W Power Supply Review

Manufacturer: XFX

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Today we are taking a detailed look at the XFX TS Series 750W Gold Full Wired power supply. The TS Series Gold Full Wired sits square in the middle of XFX’s power supply lineup and comes in three different sizes: 550W, 650W, and 750W. As you might guess from the name, all three power supplies are certified to meet the 80 Plus Gold efficiency requirements and come with fixed cables.

The TS Series Gold Full Wired power supplies are based on Seasonic’s very successful S12G platform, which delivers great performance using high quality components without a lot of frills. All the TS Series power supplies feature a single +12V rail (XFX EasyRail Plus Technology), Japanese made 105°C capacitors, quiet 120mm ball bearing fan, and they come backed by XFX’s 5-year warranty. The power supplies feature a compact chassis that measures only 140mm (5.5”) deep and carry over a few of XFX’s premium brand designs like their iconic fan grill and bold labelling.

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The TS Series Gold Full Wired power supplies are targeted towards gamers and PC enthusiasts who want solid performance at a user friendly price. To accomplish this XFX has forgone a few features like modular cables, Platinum level efficiency and fanless operation for price conscious consumers. The MSRP for the TS Series Gold 750W power supply is $89.99 USD.

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XFX TS Series Gold Full Wired Power Supply Key Features:

•    550W, 650W or 750W continuous DC output
•    80 Plus Gold certification for high efficiency
•    Ultra-quiet 120mm fan design
•    Tight voltage regulation
•    Haswell ready
•    Japanese made 105°C capacitors
•    EasyRail Plus Technology (single +12V rail)
•    Multiple PCI-E 6+2 pin connectors
•    AMD CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI Ready
•    Protections: OPP,OVP,UVP,SCP,OCP and OTP
•    Compact chassis measuring only 140mm (5.5 in) deep
•    5-Year Manufacturer’s warranty
•    MSRP for the TS750 is $89.99 USD

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Here is what XFX has to say about the TS Series Gold Full Wired power supply line:

Professional gaming products for hardcore gamers. The XFX TS Series 750W Full Wired PSU is an 80 Plus Gold certified PSU that combines great performance, innovative design, and the high quality required by hardcore gamers and DIY enthusiasts. Advanced EasyRail technology allows you to run power-hungry components, such as a CPU and GPU, without worrying about individual rail limits. Enjoy first-class reliability and stability with 105°C Japanese capacitors.

Please continue reading our review of the XFX TS750 power supply!

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November 30, 2016 | 12:48 PM - Posted by remc86007

Haswell ready?

I'd hope so.

November 30, 2016 | 04:41 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

It is "Haswell Ready" according to the XFX website.

November 30, 2016 | 10:04 PM - Posted by remc86007 was a joke. Sorry, I just think it's a funny thing to advertise in late 2016.

November 30, 2016 | 11:46 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

you are also right

November 30, 2016 | 04:45 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

I would have thought the lack of a grommet or similar "protection" on the wiring exit hole from the PSU case would have been marked down as a "weakness" in the Conclusions. An item like that prevents wire chafing against the PSU case and eventual short circuit or even fire.

Given the lack of proper wire protection at the exit hole I would have downgraded this product much further than "Gold Award". Seriously... think of the customer's safety.

December 1, 2016 | 02:30 PM - Posted by Subsailor

Your concern is valid but consider this - the exit hole has rounded edges as mentioned in the article. Zoom in on the picture and you can see it.

It's not the same level of hazard as a punch out hole on a electrical connector box. Extremely sharp edges that require a grommet. Chafing is not the problem, sharp edges cutting the wire insulation is.

February 24, 2017 | 12:01 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Hi, is this (the version 650W) one better then a EVGA GQ 650? I need it for Ryzen and a 250 euro video card, to update then to vega nothing more than that.

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