Excerpt: Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industry's best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved.
Pros: Reasonably quiet, Very very very stable, Plenty of power, Can be found for £70 if you shop around, Bargain!, Good quality build
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Conclusion: When it comes to choosing a new power supply, chances are you won't want anything flashy or innovative, preferring instead to purchase a unit that is steady and reliable while also capable of providing enough power and with sufficient connectivity for your needs. With this in mind, Cooler Master's GX 750W is difficult to criticise - The 750W rated output should be enough for almost anyone apart from the most rabid of enthusiasts, the unit itself is relatively diminutive...
Excerpt: Cooler Master is renowned for their variety of products designed with cooling in mind. The unit up for review today is the 750 Watt model of a new range of power supplies under the name "Gamer eXtreme".
Excerpt: Coolermaster realized this and came out with the new GX series of power units. As of this writing, the series consists of three units: 550W, 650W and 750W. The power range is not extreme at all, but the most sought after sweet spot. The entire line-up features a single 12 volt rail, which aims it at individuals needing the most stable power when using dual GPU setups. The largest of the three is Nvidia SLI certified.
Excerpt: Coolermaster joins us here in the lab today with their GX-750, a 750 watt unit that promises to bring you lots of capable power at a low price. Featuring such things as a single 60A 12V rail, 80 Plus Bronze certification, and no less than four 6+2 pin PCI Express connectors; this could be the budget power supply you've been waiting for. Come on in, and we'll see what this unit can do.
Excerpt: Cooler Master's GX 750W has proven itself to be a very capable power supply. With impressive stability, quiet operation, compact design with plenty of connectors and sleeved cabling, this PSU brings a lot to the table and does so with a fairly modest price tag.
Conclusion: The Cooler Master GX 750 PSU, shown that it is more then capable of powering a moderately large sized computer with no draw backs. The only true draw back with this PSU is the non modular design of the cables, this may become a problem for cable management in smaller chassis types. But Cooler Master did keep the extra cables, at a minimum with this PSU, so even if you don’t use all of the cables, there are fewer cables to have to hide.
Summary: The Cooler Master GX 750W is a solid, all business power supply. Performance is right where it should be, posting solid numbers across the board. Even at heavy load, plenty of power is always available on the 60A 12V line.
In typical Cooler Master fashion, the GX 750W runs silent and smooth. The unit was consistently inaudible next to the rest of my hardware.
Summary: Cooler Master GX 750 W looks like a good option for users looking for a mainstream 750 W power supply, however it has a major flaw that prevents us from recommending it: noise level at +3.3 V and +5VSB outputs were above the maximum allowed when we pulled 600 W and above from this unit. High noise levels overload and can even damage components on your computer.