( 4.9 Average / 24 Ratings )
Semi-modular is a godsend. I can't imagine how a person would even deal with a power supply that wasn't modular. Love the black cords.
Great PSU and I love the cable management. There is plenty of spare power for SLi and other peripherals down the road.
Serving me well so far. I was concerned about going with semi-modular but no regrets. The only cable that's embedded already is the mobo power connector which you need to have anyway. The only draw back is if you wanted cables that didn't come with the PSU, you would be stuck with one big black cable along with whatever color scheme you're going for with different cables. But no complaints from me.
I've lost parts in the past due to blown PSUs so I opted to spend extra on this one. Wow, totally worth it - Solid and heavy, modular, flat cables and keeping the power bill down doesn't hurt.
It even comes in a nice box with carrying handle and the cables have nice velcro straps. No expense spared, love it.
Works great, is pretty, and all the cables are solid black. Completely modular except the MB 16 pin supply.
Does what it needs to do, and is very quiet. The fan rarely goes on.
What more could you want in a psu? 750w, comes with the 24-pin cable pre attached and comes with nice, plain black cables, and lots of them at that. There's virtually no point in going for modular since you're going to have to plug in the 24 pin cable anyways.
Was on sale when I bought it, is semi modular, and has plenty of room for upgrades. Also gold certified.
The G series (G2, GQ, etc.) is one of the better series from EVGA. Spending a little more on it over the Supernova would be a wise decision. 750W is more than i need, but having that buffer room creates less wear and tear on your parts; as does the 80+ Gold. If you want some longevity in your build this is a great option for the price point. Often goes on a good sale.
This PSU was very affordable for its power and modular features. It also has a stop fan feature when its cool enough, though I turned that off via a switch on the cable side of it. I found it odd to not have a fan spinning on the psu. Its also in its own "eco system" in my case. Covered by a shield it draws air through a bottom dust filter and pushes it out the back. The cables are all nicely black, and flat. I thought the 8pin cpu power could have been longer, but I have a big case so I'm sure its up to atx standards.
Nice Psu, with high dollar features!