EVGA Supernova 750 G+ Gold Power Supply Review

/ 9 months ago

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A Closer Look

The EVGA Supernova 750 G+ looks fairly standard in so far as power supplies go. There is, however, a few little design tweaks that make the usual black-matte box a little more attractive. The sides have been lightly inset to give a more stylised look and the fan covering and logo is also quite aesthetically pleasing.

Fully modular power supplies are (thankfully) becoming something of the industry standard these days. In terms of this power supply though, it has really been put to good use. You are offered a massive bank of different inputs which are all clearly labelled. Having this many options should allow you to get everything hooked up easily, and then probably some more!

As this power supply does not have a hybrid mode, the back plate is quite plain. EVGA has, however, taken the step to maximise the potential air flow. You’ll notice that there are practically no void metal areas which nearly every practical part used as a vent.


Inside the power supply, you will find everything really well organized. All parts and components are nicely spaced which should allow for good air flow. The only mild criticism I would have is the clump of black cables that can be seen in the top right corner. If this is the price of getting everything else well spaced though, I can live with it!

All parts and components look really well designed. Even the bank of heat syncs blends in well with the overall design. Just in case they’re too well hidden for you to spot, they’re just behind the capacitor. In addition, it’s also nice to see no large blobs of glue holding parts in place which is common in cheap or less well-made power supplies.

Getting access to a good quality picture of the main capacitor was a bit tricky. You can, however, clearly see that it is Japanese and rated to 450v/390uf. In addition, the capacitor is also designed to operate at anything up to 105c which is much better than the less expensive alternatives which are generally only rated to 85c.


The cooling fan has a nice clean design, but in truth, there is very little to say about it aesthetically. It looks just like a 135mm PSU cooling fan should.

Important – Please Read

To understand the results on the new few pages, please take the time to read our detailed testing methodology page. The next page of this review will help you understand what the results of our testing mean, and educate you on the various qualities we look for in a good PSU.

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