Seasonic PRIME Series 750 W Review 22

Seasonic PRIME Series 750 W Review

Specifications »


We would like to thank Seasonic for supplying the review sample.

Seasonic finally released its Prime Titanium line which thus far consists of three members with capacities ranging from 650 W to 850 W. Two more units will soon be added; a passive unit with a capacity of 600 W and their flagship 1 kW model. According to our sources, the Prime 600 FL Titanium will have an MSRP of around $190, while the Prime 1000 will be more expensive at $260. Street prices will be lower, though, and we will hopefully see other vendors use the Prime platform, which will most likely push prices down even further.

The SSR-750TD is right in the middle of the current Prime family, featuring a moderate capacity of 750 W, which will easily meet the needs of a strong gaming system equipped with two high-end graphics cards and a potent CPU. This PSU also features a fully modular cable design, semi-passive operation, Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) fan, and nothing but quality parts inside, including nothing but Japanese capacitors, both electrolytic and polymer. We had the chance to take a look at the 650 W and 850 W versions and their results were impressive, so we expect the same of the Prime 750.
Next Page »Specifications
View as single page
Jun 27th, 2022 23:05 EDT change timezone

New Forum Posts

Popular Reviews

Controversial News Posts