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XFX Black Edition 750W P1-750B-NLG9

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Reviews and Problems with XFX Black Edition 750W P1-750B-NLG9

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User Review

Stanley_K2, NCIX.com
19 July 2014
  • Summary: My Antec 850 died and I used this one to replace it. I have always had issues with this system. Memory issues, sound card issues, blue screen issues... I had, under warranty, replaced most of the components in my system. Was able to get the system mostly stable. After replacing the Antec with this Power supply, all of my problems have disappeared. I MEAN ALL!!! And the fan setting on the PSU makes this one virtually quiet.
  • Pros: fully modular
  • Cons: none so far
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User Review

Salik, NCIX.com
7 July 2014
  • Summary: Look good, work perfectly, enough power for any mid-high end gaming rig !!! Highly recommend to anyone who look for a good powersupply with higher certificatation then bronze !
  • Pros: Full modular, 750w, price, 5year warranty, 80+ Gold
  • Cons: none
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Awesome psu for the price!

G-Nizzle, Amazon
27 June 2014
  • Summary: I want to start off by stating that this PSU is listed as a Tier 1 psu, which means that you can't get any better as far as quality goes. That being said, I recently upgraded my rig and was looking for a decent PSU to fit my needs for overclocking and whatnot. I originally owned a 620w Seasonic M12ii, which was another Tier 1 psu, but was not fully modular and had the thick braided wires. These wires make cable management so much easier.
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Fully modular efficient and quiet

Phillip, Amazon
26 June 2014
  • Summary: This power supply is near perfect. It comes nicely packaged with multiple boxes that fit perfectly together. There are more cables than you could possibly need. There are two CPU cables, so if you have a board that can use two CPU 's this would work. The cables are lovely black ribbon style that look great. There's SATA and molex cablesThe power supply is also fully modular which is great. And its also quiet.
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User Review

ergun_g, NCIX.com
8 June 2014
  • Summary: Highly recommended ,and does not take a lot of space in the chassis
  • Pros: Excellent psu, Haswell compatible and absolutely silent.
  • Cons: None
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excellent psu

franko rodrigues, Amazon
4 June 2014
  • Summary: Excellent PSU. Powers my pny 770 oc and gtx 660 ti dedicated phys x like a charm. Recommended buy and excellent quality.
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I.....HAVE......THE.......POWER!!!

Michael R. Curry "Tenacious--M", Amazon
16 May 2014
  • Summary: I bought this for my Silverstone LC17 HTPC build. I used this to transfer all my data from my old PC and to have the ability to share files with family. Works great! Pros: Quality Finish Quality Material Single 12V Rail Fully Modular with black sleeved cables 5 year warranty Reasonable price Cool styling Quiet Lots of cables included Works great right out of the box!
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User Review

Gameallday, NCIX.com
10 May 2014
  • Summary: had problems with my Corsair TX750 so I bought a new one to replace that one. Really happy with my purchase.
  • Pros: Silent, Modular, Gold Certified
  • Cons: Nothing
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Excellent Full Modular PSU

Moonstar, Bestbuy
1 May 2014
  • Summary: I had an Ultra x3 600w I've used for about 7 years. Sadly the cables where not long enough for a bottom mounted PSU in a Full Tower case, and the...
  • Pros: Fully Modular, Easy Install, Long Cables
  • Cons: nothing
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Great Power Supply

Anthony Solorio, Amazon
23 April 2014
  • Summary: I went this PSU for the modular, single rail and the 60 amp 12v rail. Overall the my PC is pretty quite, came with good quality cabling and was all black. I am running two GTX 760's with a 4770k.
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