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Tuesday, 13 April 2010 08:00
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Cooler Master GX 750W power supply review

Although Cooler Master's name might have been made via their range of cooling products and, following that, system chassis, but in recent years Cooler Master have also seemed more than a little determined to get themselves noticed in the power supply arena, launching several ranges of PSUs aimed at different sectors of the market from those looking for silence (or near-silence) through to enthusiasts who needed high wattage units.

Today, we take a look at a Cooler Master power supply from the firm's new GX range of parts - More specifically its flagship 750 Watt unit which has support for multi-GPU systems (complete with NVIDIA's SLI certification) and plenty of connectivity in general, but without taking up a large amount of space within your chassis and boasting 80 Plus certification in terms of efficiency.  So, with all of that in mind, let's take a look at what the GX 750W is all about.

 
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