Cooler Master MWE Gold 750 V2 Power Supply Review

How Much Does it Cost?

Available to purchase now for a price in the region of £99.99, in comparative terms, while not representing an outright bargain, it is at the very least consistent and highly-comparable with the various other gold rated power supplies at this wattage output level.

Better still, with the Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 coming with a pretty substantial 5-year warranty, that should just be enough to tip the scales in favor of this PSU.

Performance

While there were definitely some key highlights seen in our testing, the main key word we take away is ‘consistency’. It didn’t necessarily perform fantastically well in any one individual test, but taking them all as a whole, the Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 did everything you would want it to without any fuss or drama.

Yes, that might sound a little mundane, but let’s look at it this way; Do you want your power supplies to be solid and reliable, or exciting? Because I know which one I would pick!

Practicality & Functionality

Offering 750 watts of power output and 80-plus Gold efficiency, the Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 would represent an absolutely ideal choice for the vast majority of gaming PCs. While it doesn’t offer anything particularly exciting in terms of aesthetics or functionality, it’s still an entirely practical design that is undoubtedly taken to a good level with its easy to access power ports and very generous cable length.

Put simply, outside of the realms of super-extreme PCs, there isn’t a system out there that this probably wouldn’t be suitable for!

Should I Buy One?

The Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 is likely going to have a problem on the market and it’s, unfortunately, nothing to do with any perceived negative aspects because, quite frankly, there aren’t any. It’s an entirely solid power supply that is priced very reasonably and, on the whole, should represent an excellent purchase for the vast majority of PC consumers. The only major issue we can see is that, when compared to its competition, it doesn’t do much to stand out from the pack and even the name itself is pretty boring.

If the Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 should ping on your radar, however, we only have good things to say about it and, throwing that 5-year warranty into the mix, you’d be hard pushed to find anything better for this money!

Cooler Master MWE GOLD 750 V2 Power Supply Review

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