Reviews and Problems with XFX Black Edition 750W P1-750B-NLG9
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So glad I didn't buy the Corsair.
29 December 2014
Summary: Purchased the XFX Pro 750W Black Edition in November 2013 and I haven't had one problem with it. It's an excellent power supply and worth every penny. The power supply has been powering our folding@home machine that has a gtx 660ti that runs at full load 24/7. The fan is really quiet even at full load i can't hear it. I don't have one negative thing to say about this power supply.
Summary: First time buying an XFX product. Needless to say, it's perfect. When the fan is on it's super quiet. It pumps all the needed power to my computer efficiently. Definitely going to be buying from XFX again.
... a fully modular power supply before this and it's great. Easy to use
Frog Hat, Amazon
2 October 2014
Summary: Wow I had never used a fully modular power supply before this and it's great. Easy to use, plenty of cords and being able to just hook up the ones you need and nothing more is fantastic. It's also quiet, much much quieter than my previous one which I believe was a Corsair 550w (forget the exact make).
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.
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.