Cooler Master GX 750W Power Supply enjoys the stealthy look

by Rafael Hernandez on April 21, 2010 · 0 comments

Power supplies aren’t exactly a hot topic at the forefront of everyone’s mind but they sure do come into play when you’re trying to get your beefy new multi-GPU, six-cored CPU, rig up and running.

The Cooler Master GX 750W Power Supply provides ample amounts of power for your next system build and does so in an all-black chassis. Hardware Heaven has the review:

Out of the box the Cooler Master GX 750W looks like an ordinary black power supply. The chassis is sprayed with a very well applied black matte paint and every cable and connector is black as well. Even though its quality is not comparable to that of a very cheap generic unit, it would look just like one if not for the fans protective grill which is not a separate item but part of the chassis itself. The sticker with the electrical specifications and approvals can be seen at the right side of the chassis.

A respectable unit but you’d better have some nice cable routing features in your case since it lacks the ever popular modular cable system.

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