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XFX Pro 750W Black Edition Fully Modular Power Supply Review



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The XFX Pro 750W Black Edition is OEM produced by Seasonic and thus has a very clean internal layout.

XFX Pro 750W BE Interior (1)

It uses an ADDA DC Brushless 120mm fan with runs at up to 12 volts with 0.33 Amps. This uses a ball bearing fan motor. As far as I am aware this fan has a maximum operating speed of 2050 RPM.

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The XFX Pro 750W Black Edition power supply uses a DC to DC converter design for the 3.3 volt and 5 volt rails.

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There is a dual sided PCB design layout for enhanced cooling performance.

XFX Pro 750W BE Interior (3)

The internals feature large aluminium heatsinks to run cool.

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The XFX Pro 750W Black Edition packs certified components capable of running at up to 105 degrees celsius.

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Again you can see XFX’s implementation of a dual sided PCB design to not only enhance the quality of components they can fit in a small space but also improve airflow.

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The cables are connected with an all in one DC cabling design directly onto the PCB, this reduces heat wastage. You can also see more Japanese capacitors.

XFX Pro 750W BE Interior (8)


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  • d6bmg

    It looks like one of the very PSUs released by XFS.

  • d6bmg

    And, hey it’s great to see proper PSU testing methods are being used while reviewing. 🙂

    • d6bmg

      @Ryan: Another good review from you man!!

  • Wayne

    The test results and Editors Choice award are not surprising in the least considering it’s Seasonic unit but what amazes me is the price XFX sells it for. If you’re in the market for a PSU of this class the only thing you should be asking yourself is do you want surface or air shipping.
    Nice work Ryan. It reminds me of the days I used to test & repair (yes, repair) PSU’s of all types. If I did it these days I’d demand danger pay.

  • gtti

    I noticed you mentioned it missed 80plus Platinum by 2%, but you need to use the 115V Internal values, which means it did pass Platinum. Look on the 80plus site to clarify. This is a 115V internal power supply and not 230V.