Cooler Master V750 Semi-Modular Power Supply Review



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Introduction & Packaging


Cooler Master V750 (11)

Cooler Master have earned a solid reputation as one of the leading providers of power supplies in the desktop and enthusiast market, and rightly so. Unlike some PSU vendors Cooler Master do not tend to stick with the same OEM and have used CWT, Enhance and Seasonic to ensure they always get the best balance between price and performance depending on the product they are making. Today we are looking at a power supply that is produced for Cooler Master by Enhance, one of Cooler Master’s favoured OEMs of late. We have also seen the Enhance OEM used in many of Cooler Master’s Silent Pro Hybrid series power supplies. On the bench for this review is Cooler Master’s brand new V750 power supply. Boasting 750W of 80 Plus Gold Rated power with a low RPM fan and a semi modular design Cooler Master’s V750 looks like a very nice offering. It also comes in an incredibly compact form factor being just 5.5 inches in length and better still it has a very reasonable MSRP of $110. So without any further ado let’s proceed into this review and see how it performs!

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Packaging and Contents

On the front of the packaging Cooler Master proudly display the 80 Plus Gold certification, use of Japanese capacitors and 3D Circuit design.

Cooler Master V750 (1)

On the back we find details able the cables on offer, the fan curve and the efficiency curve. Cooler Master also mention that the specific Enhance OEM design they are using is exclusive to them.

Cooler Master V750 (2)

Included with the V750 is simply a power plug, set of black case screws and user’s manual.

Cooler Master V750 (3)

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  • Wayne

    And the hole where the ATX & EPS cables exit is a really classy affair without a protective grommet and just a zip tie to prevent the cables from being yanked out. Kudos.

    • http://www.eteknix.com/ Ryan Martin

      good luck yanking them out :P you talk about me being pedantic haha

      • Wayne

        True:D

  • nem

    some one have check the extreme eficiency en low load comsumtios to 40w this psu keep over the 88% of eficiencicy and the model of v550s has 90% , i will remark this because this numbers are better even than the Corsair x760i , if some one want check this in techpowerup review , i do thinks this is very important to peaple like me than keep the pc the 24hrs working..

    cheerss.