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Antec EDGE 750W PSU Review

The Antec EDGE 750W is a very understated power supply, finished in a simple black paint.
There is some company branding on the side panels, and plenty of vents to help with air flow – but hang on. On closer look we can see the vents are actually covered in a plastic sheet, so there will be no airflow from the sides.
scratch test

The unit didn’t pass our ‘screwdriver’ test. This involves running the head of a Philips head driver down the side of the chassis with light to medium force. After all, how many times have you accidentally connected with a power supply during a system build?

Several small, but noticeable scratches were left on the surface (see image above).

The top of the power supply is home to a large, clear fan – resting behind a metal grill. We will look at the fan more closely when we open the unit.
One side has the ‘EDGE’ brand name, alongside a power connector and switch. This honeycomb vent isn’t covered with a plastic sheet, so air will flow fine here.
The other side is home to the modular panel – all labelled for clarity. If you look closely you will see a little LED 1/0 button – this turns a little blue light, on and off.
You can connect one or two modular 8 pin cables into any of the 16 pin sockets.
The EDGE is quite an attractive looking power supply, from all angles.

Antec EDGE 750 Watt Power Supply
DC Output
+12V1 +12V2
Max Output
40A 40A
Total Power 100W 744W 3.6W 12.5W

The Antec EDGE is a dual +12V rail power supply. Each of the unit’s +12V rails can deliver 40Amps of power. The minor rails can each deliver 20A.

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