Excerpt: EVGA was founded in 1999 with headquarters in Brea, California. They currently specialize in producing NVIDIA based graphics adapters and Intel based motherboards and they are continuing to expand their product line to include enthusiast grade power supplies, starting with the NEX1500 last year and now adding the SuperNOVA NEX750G and NEX650G models.
Summary: Although the middle capacity NEX750G promises a lot and belongs to the high-end SuperNOVA series, the platform it is based on doesn't provide enough room for modifications that would allow it to meet the competition eye to eye. So, although it uses nothing but Japanese caps that manage to provide very good ripple suppression on all rails, voltage regulation is far from perfect, especially if the unit's disappointing performance on crossload tests is taken into account.
Pros: Delivered full power at 45°C, Efficient, Good ripple suppression at +12V, 5V and 5VSB, Great amount of cables/connectors, Only uses Japanese caps, Excellent voltage regulation at 5V, 5-year warranty (EVGA informed us that they offer a free upgrade to a 10 Year warranty on this model, after it is registered on their website)
Cons: Price, Loose voltage regulation on all rails except for the 5V rail, Crossload test results, 3.3V rail failed on the second Advanced Transient Response test, Noisy fan (at high speed)