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1st Player SFX 750 W Platinum

crmaris

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The 1st Player SFX 750 W is competitively priced, which ensures a high performance per dollar ratio. Build quality of this fully modular PSU is good, making this compact power supply a decent product at a fair price overall. The included seven-year warranty also ensures peace of mind.

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System Name Master & Blaster & BlastFromThePast
Processor Phenom II X4 810 @ 3.2 GHz | Xeon L5408 @ 2.66 GHz | P4 2.8 GHz
Motherboard Asrock N68-S | IPMEL-PRC | P4MDPT
Cooling Raijintek Themis|S775 Stock | S478 Stock
Memory 4 GB DDR2-800 / 4 GB DDR2-800 / 2GB DDR PC3200
Video Card(s) Nitro RX 570 8GB | HD 5450 | Radeon 9600 XT 128 MB
Storage 720 GB SSD SM2258XT | 120 GB SM2259XT | Sintechi IDE-SD 32GB
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The blue polymers are beryl caps, I have seen them on mainboards and they look OK. The CA's I have are rated for 3000 hour at 105 C. The Cap quality is impressive but they made a major screw up on the fan, quality and dimension wise its just a horrible choice.
 
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Not just the quality of the fan, that fan speed/response curve looks horrific. What even is the point of a low power passive mode if you're not gonna ramp the fan gracefully?
 
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