Cooler Master G750M Semi-Modular Power Supply Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
A Closer Look – Exterior
The G750M comes with the popular and relatively compact ATX form factor, so it should be compatible with a huge range of chassis. There’s a large ventilated area on the top, or bottom depending how you orientate it and a good quality fan for cooling.
The side of the unit is pretty standard and features the G750M branding sticker. It doesn’t scream high-quality, but this is a more affordable unit after all.
Some ventilation around the back, although there is a section blocked off and we usually see more of the space being used for airflow. This shouldn’t cause any issues for a unit of this rating, but it’s a minor difference that stood out to me.
There’s really not a lot to see here, with just four HDD/SATA modular connectors, everything else is hard-wired and I have to wonder if it would have been easier to just make the whole unit non-modular. Perhaps it’s just that “semi-modular” sounds better and sells better.
On the base of the G750M is the specification sticker. Here you can see that it will provide you with 62A on the 12V rail, which is more than enough for any high-end graphics card.
The modular cables are of a good quality, with an all-black flat cable design. There’s a mixture of Molex and SATA , so you should be able to tailor them to your needs easily enough.
The hard wired cables are quite chunky and come with a weave braiding. They’re not black like the other cables, so they’re going to look a little scruffy in comparison, but they’ll get the job done. There are four 4+2-pin PCIe cables, more than enough for a multi-GPU configuration.