Cooler Master’s previous GX line-up was a disaster for the brand when news went about how the unit failed under various load test, even I encountered the breakdown of the GX power supply before.
With the many negative feedback Cooler Master claimed to have improved the GX II line-up and I must admit that I was a bit reluctant to try it out but after having used it for quite a few months now, it really does look like the Cooler Master made improvements.
The GX II is a single rail PSU, delivering 60A over the 12V rails.
Fan grill picture, a MUST HAVE in a PSU review.
Sleeved cables, good looking. Seeing that the PSU is non-modular, black sleeves make it easier to “hide” the cables.
And besides all the usual connectors, The GX II 750w comes with a Nonstop USB Charger.
Here’s how it works.
More details at the official product page.
I’ve tested it on full load with various overclocked components, in some occasions running the HD 7970 on full load 24/7. No issues with the power supply so far.
Until I acquire some load test devices (not cheap!), we’ll just stick to the basic / intermediate user experience test.
The GX II 750w retails at about RM 370, which is quite a good value but it does have some competition in the market as well.