Carrying the torch from the older discontinued V series is the V750, a modular model just like before.
The V750 does not look any different from the V series before.
Of course the difference is actually there once you compare them side by side.
For example, the modular connection ports are different.
What’s even more apparent is the size, not forgetting weight as well. I have the V700 and V850 in my lab and I have been using them for years and I could immediately tell the weight difference between those and the V750.
Is the lighter weight a good sign? I can tell you that because I am no expert in this field.
Here are more details taken from the official product page to assure that quality is not compromised.
That aside, here’s the power delivery table and the cables that come with it.
Test Methodology / Report
goldfries.com does not have industrial grade power supply testing tools, therefore the approach for the PSU test is from a consumer angle. This means the PSU will be pushed to operational limit based on components that are available in the market. The key components used for power draw are the CPU (choice of processor), the GPU (graphic card setup) and other components like fans and drives.
The stress test is performed by stressing the 12V rails with 80% to 90% load, and run for at least 6 hours which is a lot more stress than what the average consumer would place on a power supply over the course of months or even years.
The Cooler Master V750 delivers 744 Watts over the 12V rails so the target power draw should be around 595 Watts. With 90% efficiency it should draw around 661 from the wall reading. Load testing was done with Prime95 and Furmark Burn-in Test, Folding@home and whatever else I can throw at the AMD FX-9590 and R9 390 Graphics Card.
The wall draw for my setup peaked at around 650 watts, so the power consumption is estimated to be 585 watts which is very close to what I hoped for. The readings were very good, my meter shows the reading being stable at 12.1V throughout the load test.
The Cooler Master V750 Power Supply Unit details at RM 559, which is quite very reasonable considering it delivers good power, stable, modular and compact in size.
Being a full modular PSU with flat-type cables would be their best selling point. The compact nature makes it all the better to fit into tighter setups.