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POWER SUPPLY UNITS

2theMax GPX750 PSU Review
By: Rich Smith
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    2006-10-11

    Table of Contents:
  • 2theMax GPX750 PSU Review
  • Features and Specifications
  • Where's the beef?!
  • Wires and Inside the PSU
  • Testing and Conclusion

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    2theMax GPX750 PSU Review - Where's the beef?!


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    Now that we have the features and specs out of the way, here comes my favorite part: opening the box and getting my grubby little hands on the product.

    The GPX750 comes packaged in a similar manner to most of the PSUs we have had the privilege of reviewing. Upon opening the package, however, I was immediately hit with a surprise.

    Do you see that? Look at the size of that fan! Remember when I said it's important for your PSU to remain cool? We'll get a close look at it in a few minutes.

    Here's a picture of the contents. The PSU itself is in the middle, still encompassed in its bubble wrap armor. On the left is the bag containing all 10 modular cables.  On the right is the included power cable. On the bottom right, that piece of plastic is actually a small bag with 4 mounting screws.

    Let's take a closer look at that PSU, shall we? Here are a couple of pics:

    This PSU is very well constructed, meaning it has a very solid and secure feeling when handling it.  All of the joints fit perfectly together, giving it a professional look. And will you look at that fan?! It's as big as the PSU itself!

    Here's a shot of the modular panel of the PSU. Here you plug in the wires that you will need to operate the components in your system. At first glance, it seems that a lot of the ports are the same, but a closer look will show that the shapes inside the holes are different and only the correct cables will plug in easily. Note: do not shove or force these cables into place, or you risk damaging your hardware and/or starting a fire.

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