Antec True Power 750 Power Supply Review

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Everyone knows that when you begin to build anything, whether it’s a car, a building or a computer system, that you need to start with a strong foundation. You need to build from the ground up, such that the backbone of the system or construction can handle the load of the entire structure. As is the case in construction, the backbone of the building is the footing that supports the weight. The car utilizes its engine and thus the engine must be sized accordingly to propel the weight of the car. Well, with a computer, the power supply is of utmost importance because it is the PSU that supplies the power hungry system with the electricity it needs to function.



PSUs come in all different capacities making each of them matched ideally to different systems. A lower wattage consumer PSU, such as a 450, is good for mild builds, such as a basic home PC or even an HTPC, that don’t require as much electricity to function. Higher end gaming and enthusiast builds require much more to function properly and need a power supply that can supply 700 or more watts and be SLI or CrossFireX ready, to handle two or more graphics cards


The Antec True Power 750 answers the needs of many higher end systems. The Antec True Power 750 is 80 bronze certified and SLI ready, providing full 750 watts of power. The higher demands of a gaming system or workstation utilizing high power graphics and, in many cases, multiple graphics cards, should easily be handled by a 750 watt with these kinds of features.