Antec HCG-750W PSU

Testing:

Testing was done with the following test setup

CPU: Intel Core i5 2500K 3,3GHz
Motherboard: Asus P8P64 PRO Rev 3.1
RAM: Patriot 4GB DDR3
HDD: Patriot TorqX 2 128GB SSD
Videocard:  Asus 9800GT

For idle voltages we were idling in Windows with no proccesses running. For full load we used OCCD loading software.

Antec HCG-750W PSU testing

To give you an idea of the rail voltage we plugged in our tester from Thermaltake, this is while idling in Windows.

3.3v:

Idle: 3.3v

Load: 3.31

5v:

Idle: 5.02v

Load: 5.03

12v:

Idle: 12.02v

Load: 12.03v

We had some flucuations on the 12v rail where it flipped between 12.03- and 12.05v.

Unpacking:

Conclusion:

This is a very nice PSU that they have aimed towards gamers, perhaps the pricetag is a bit to steep with a price around 90$. To be able to compete with others they might want to drop the price another 5 to 10.

Something I found slightly confusing was how the 140 mm fan can be louder than the 120 mm fans that the silent units have; don’t get me wrong this is not loud but I expected it to be quieter.

Overall; the performance was good, I saw no real fluctuations on the rails and during our testing everything ran smooth and stable. The modular part makes it even nicer since you can take out a bunch of spare cables you don’t use.

Pros:
Stable
+ Modular
+ Sleeved

Cons:
– 
Fan is a tad noisy

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