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    Default Seasonic X Series 750W Power Supply

    This new power supply comes from the X Series lineup, currently available in 650W and 750W power ranges, and is geared to the discerning consumer that wants excellent efficiency, features, and quality. To be sure, that combination doesn't come cheap, but at about $200 USD, the X Series 750W offers reasonable value for what you get in return.






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    Great review, looks like a sweet PSU

    Good question on the cabling Duffer but I like the idea of total modular just seems a little cleaner to me at least.

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    Easier to sleeve cables and somehow looks cleaner to me too.

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    Nice PSU and great review Sky!
    love the 100% modular cables, great for sleeving

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    Great review ! A little expensive for a 750W.

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    So, you pay all that cash and what do you get?....QUALITY and, as others have said, the ability to sleeve everything, quiet, cool.....what's not to like....wonders....will they make a bigger one?
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    Was wondering the same thing myself. I believe a 1000W unit is on the way?? If so, I have no doubt it'll be extremely tempting.

    I have to say I was "shocked" (figuratively, not literally) when I opened this unit up. It looked empty! The innards look like a lowly 300W unit but it's 750W. Amazing. So much open space inside and it's real beast of a power supply actually. Probably the best I've seen in this power range so far on the market, very impressive from Seasonic.

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