BitFenix Fury 750G Semi-Modular Power Supply Review
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
A Closer Look – Exterior
Power Supply Unit
The BitFenix Fury 750G looks very unique. Since BitFenix can’t change much on the inside (as that’s controlled by FSP) it is good to see them making the outside as good as possible.
At the modular cable end all of the connectors are clearly labelled so there’s no confusion to be had.
The Fury features some interesting detailing on the bottom which means whether you mount it fan down or fan up it always looks good.
Mounting the fan down means you’ll see this from the side-panel window.
Mounting the fan facing upwards reveals the power label which isn’t going to look great from a side panel window.
On the rear I/O we find a simple power switch and kettle lead input. Interestingly, BitFenix have even styled the meshed ventilation area at the back.
The only hard-wired cable is the motherboard 24 pin, it is fully sleeved like all of the other cables.
Four PCIe connectors are provided on individual cables and there’s also an 8 pin EPS provided for the CPU.
In terms of peripheral connectivity you get 9 SATA, 4 Molex and 1 FDD provided with an adapter.