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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 - Wires and Inside the PSU


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    Wires? Man, does this thing have wires! For starters, the PSU comes with the motherboard wires hardwired out of the PSU. I mean, you ALWAYS need motherboard leads, yes?

    In addition, it comes with the 10 modular leads to customize its use as you see fit.

    Finally, this PSU came with the wrong power cord, apparently targeted to a non-US power grid. I just used one of my spare ones instead.

    And here are a few pics of the PSU opened. To be honest, I was still too amazed by the size of the cooling fan to do much exploring inside the PSU itself.

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