I would like to thank Caseking.de & Overclockers UK for supplying the review sample.
In Win is among the very few companies with the ability and production line to build the Power Supply Units (PSUs) they sell themselves. This is not to be taken lightly since PSU manufacturing is pretty complex, and R&D departments also require very expensive equipment for a sophisticated production line. In Win will also have to produce a large enough number of units to sell them at a good, competitive price.
We already reviewed the 650 W GreenMe unit with our old set-up and found it to perform decently. Today, we will put on our new test bench the strongest member of the GreenMe line with a capacity of 750 W, but this unit is only equipped with two PCIe connectors, while PSUs of its capacity should at least have four. We can’t find a reason for a 750 W PSU to only have two PCIe connectors since a single VGA with two sockets or two with one simply won't use the power this unit can deliver. So, the GreenMe-750 starts the game significantly handicapped, which isn't good. Its other characteristics include a non-modular design, Bronze efficiency, a white coloring scheme, and four +12V rails. This PSU competes in both the mainstream and the middle categories, and we will check the unit to see if it it worthy of its nearly $100 price tag, which puts it into a highly competitive market segment.