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EVGA - BQ 750 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply

( 4.8 Average / 9 Ratings )

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Manufacturer

EVGA

Part #

110-BQ-0750-V1

Type

ATX

Wattage

750 W

Modular

Semi

Efficiency Certification

80+ Bronze

Efficiency

85% efficiency or higher under typical loads

Output

+3.3V@24A, +5V@20A, +12V@62A, +5Vsb@3A, -12V@0.3A

PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors

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Reviews

JJVGaming 9 points 18 months ago
from completed build ITX to MATX

This gives me extra headroom if I ever plan to get a power hungry GPU later on or if I do OC for my CPU later on. Semi modular design also made cable management very easy

kodredcud 30 points 18 months ago
from completed build THE 4K GAMING MASTERPIECE

Very good for the price, but go modular if you can afford it (if you're considering getting these parts, you can afford it).

qwazy 26 points 16 months ago
from completed build $900 Narly AMD Rig

I ended up with the BQ variant because it was the same price as regular. The BQ variant has black sleeves and black cables, looks much better than red and yellow cables. Anyways, the PSU does exactly what it is supposed to and has lots of connectors available. 750W is overkill for this rig, but it was the same price as the 600W variant.

Yognaught_Ace 3 points 14 months ago
from completed build Z01-RD-REV 2.1 (First Build)

750W for like 60 70 bucks was a steal in my opinion.

ProducerLax 17 points 13 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 1600X

Enough power to run this system. Zero issues.

Blackspikes 22 points 13 months ago
from completed build Gaming build for a friend V2

80+ Bronze is nice, but the fact that this is semi-modular is amazing. Cable management is sooooo much easy when you can just get rid of any cables you don't need. The connectors are idiot proof (you can't plug the VGA cable into the CPU2 port on the main unit). The one complaint is that CPU Power cable is just a little short. He was able to rout it the way he wanted to, but only barely. Having the cable be an extra inch or two would save some time and effort.

Yognaught_Ace 17 points 9 months ago
from completed build Z01-RD-REV 3.0 (Zen Upgrade)

I still recommend this power supply for the price, granted since I bought it it has risen in price to like 100 so nowadays you could probably find something alot better for the money, but that can be said about alot of things after the recent "Crisis"

PlayingPoise 6 points 2 months ago

It's a magic box that delivers power to my computer and lets me turn it on. Semi-modular, which is a nice touch, and with more than enough wattage to power everything I need it to. Not really any reason not to get it.

Phildilf 25 points 25 days ago
from completed build Phildilf's RTX 2080 Build

EVGA 750W PSU The recommended PSU size was 650W. I upped it to 750W for obvious reasons. Although it's "Semi Modular", it crowds up my case the same with all the unnecessary cables and such that it comes with. Has performed flawlessy and has an "eco mode" switch. I won't use it as some have said it's caused slight vibration and noises. But, nice feature if it works.