It all explains it self. Is the the cheapest ever for a 750W gold unit???? Not modular
Seems there has been a huge PSU oversupply.
There's a pun in there somewhere waiting to break free
Or break down
Is it related to the graphics card shortage?
probably a combination of factors, one being the silicon shortage not really affecting supply/pricing of PSU's as most of them don't use silicon control chips, a relatively high AUD and probably poor demand for computer components as a whole due to lack of GPU's and all the other computer components being complimentary products to go with them.
Potentially also, I read stores are deconstructing prebuilts to get 30xx cards? Not sure if that's true but that would lead to it…
$22 Shipping to Perth, still an excellent deal if you are doing click and collect
Could buy something like this as well to get free shipping with $100+ spend (ends midnight Sunday).
Either way, would rather buy the NZXT for a little more instead for full modularity, 10 year warranty, A-tier etc.
Plus $15 shipping for the NZXT.
It's free shipping with the code.
@CompulsiveOzB: What code?
@Ziitek: It's in the post… "happymum"
sad it doesn't come with a free ring sizing kit💍
gotta continue the trend of raising ring size awareness
Come onnnn amazon price match
$95 Semi modular model
Modular is a great thing, but in the long run sucks anyhow, just adds another bunch of connections that can cause intermittent issues, oxidise or go bad- or even burn up or catch fire!
The spare cables also tend to go missing when the time comes to upgrade or sell it…
Totally agree. The less connections the better and it's generally easy enough to hide excess cables.
Ive had modular PSU >5years and never had any issues.Even if they do go bad, easily replaced instead of tossing out the whole PSU.
Nothing stopping it last longer than a non-modular one. With all connectors, but especially with these cheap ones, just need to be aware that connecting and disconnecting impairs the quality of the connection. So if you set and forget, you have least chance of high-resistance conditions occurring and your connectors melting.
Wow, lots of PSUs sales the last few days. I'm sure a lot of hopeful PC builders were able to find a good PSU for their brand new 3070s and 6800/XTs
Honestly I prefer non modular because I use most cables anyway and that saves me having to plug in connections that are a potential failure point. Only small form factor builds need fully modular tbh.
Thanks op bought two of these!
Not a bad idea to have a second incase of failure, minimises downtime if you need your PC daily.
Yh tbh worst thing is having no power supply on hand