Deepcool DQ750 Quanta Semi-Modular Power Supply Review
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
A Closer Look – Exterior
Power Supply Unit
Deepcool use a textured industrial-looking black coating for the DQ750. It certainly gives the unit a unique look and feel and makes a change from the normal plain black metal. The fan is a rather large 140mm unit with Blue LEDs, it comes with a nice gold-coloured fan grille featuring a Deepcool logo at the centre.
At the cable end of the power supply we find all of the modular connectors and the pre-fitted cables. Deepcool’s labelling of what holes are for what cables could be clearer, but it’s quite obvious: red for PCIe and black for everything else.
On both sides there are stickers; one side gets the specifications of the unit while the other side just has some branding.
The base is totally plain as is becoming increasingly common with a lot of power supplies.
At the rear there is abundant hexgonal mesh for airflow, a kettle lead input and a simple power switch.
Deepcool provide 24 pin motherboard and 4+4 pin CPU connectors pre-fitted, everything else is modular.
Four PCIe 6+2 pins, 6 SATAs and 6 Molex make up the rest of the connectors. There’s no FDD connector so if you still use an FDD power for something you’ll need to buy a separate adapter for that.