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Antec Truepower 750W New Series Review

Rating: 9.0.

Antec are one of the industries most respected companies, especially when the topic of quality power supplies is raised. Earlier this year they released the new TruePower series which replaced the older Truepower Trio and NeoPower lines. This new lineup not only brings new technology to market but streamlines the range into a focused, cohesive platform.

There are four new models in the range, the TP550, the TP650, TP750 and TP-750 Blue. The TP-750 Blue is technically the same unit as the TP 750 but with blue LED lighting. All of these power supplies are 80 Plus Bronze certified.

Interestingly, the TruePower New range of power supplies include features taken from the high end Signature series – PWM fan speed control, DC to DC converters and highest quality Japanese capacitors.

The TruePower New series aims to bring a balanced mixture of efficiency, quality and reliability to the end user. We also like the fact that they are using a 120mm Pulse Modulation (PWM) fan which runs up to 50% quieter than standard voltage controlled fans.

Model Antec TruePower TP-750
Output 750W Continuous output at 50c
Certification 80 Plus Bronze certified
Fan 120mm PWM model – quiet
Management Hybrid cable management
Capacitors Japanese High Quality – long term reliability
PCB Dual Layer PCB
Graphics card support Dual GPU and dual/quad core CPUs
2 x 6 pin and 2 x 8 (6+2) pin PCI-E graphics card connectors
Compliance ATX12V v2.3 and EPS12CV v2.91 compliant
Safety Approvals UL, CUL, CE, CB, FCC Class B, TUV, C-tick, CCC
Warranty 5 Year parts and labour coverage
Weight 2.3 kg
Dimensions 3.4″ (H) x 5.9″ (W) x 5.9″ (D)
86mm (H) x 150mm (W) x 150mm (D)

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