Excerpt: Antec is one of the most well known names in the power supply industry. Their TruePower series of power supplies have been around for years and have undergone numerous iterations and redesigns.
Summary: It's not easy to be a star power supply at SPCR these days. The high struttin' 80 Plus Gold models dominate the top, and only other goldies can hope to join their ranks. The noise level has dropped literally into silence, with Gold and fanless models making no noise at all. So what's a middle class boy like the Antec True Power 750 to do?
Summary: Final thoughts
The Antec Truepower New 750W is a solid unit. There are other flavors in the Truepower New series: 550W, 650W, and a 750W version with a blue LED in the fan. I recommend the series for a medium to high level build.
It’s actually manufactured by Seasonic for Antec, as
. The load tests also show this unit to be quite the trooper!
I wish that Antec had decided to go all modular, or no modular.
Antec TruePower New 750 W (TP-750) Power Supply Review
21 July 2009
Summary: What a power supply! Terrific efficiency between 82% and 86.5%, voltages within 3% from their nominal values (while ATX spec allows them to be up to 5% from their nominal values, i.e., voltages are closer to their nominal values than needed) and practically non-existent ripple and noise.
You have to carefully research in order to get the lowest price. TP-750 is available in two versions, standard and blue.
Excerpt: In the many forums I frequent, I sometimes see people wishing they could afford one of Antec's high end Signature units and yet not quite willing to go for one of the Truepower Trio models. Well, Antec's decided to freshen up the Truepower line once more, and they've just released the brand new Truepower New series. These are 80 Plus certified units that promise to bring the Truepower name closer in quality to the Signatures while still keeping the price affordable.
ANTEC True Power 750 Watt (TP-750) Power Supply Review
15 March 2009
Excerpt: Enthusiasts pit their computers against tough workloads on a regular basis. Sometimes, they like to just surf the web, but other times they can be putting them through hell by overclocking. This can create such a massive strain on the system that just about any variable can cause it to become unstable.