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MSI MAG A750GL PCIE5 750W Gold ATX 3.0 Power Supply $135.20 ($131.82 eBay Plus) Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay


Stack with the 6% off GCX gift card deal for a final price of $127.09 ($123.91 eBay Plus) and follow special instructions for eBay here

All time low (delivered) for this quality power supply
Includes custom dual color 12VHPWR cable to ensure your 4090 does not blow up
850W model also still available


A Tier Speculative
Cybernetics / Hardware Busters review (850W model)
Full modular
120mm FDB fan
1x PCI-E 12VHPWR 450W, 3x PCI-E, 8x SATA, 4x Molex, 2x EPS
140 x 150 x 86 mm (L x W x H)
7 year warranty

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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closed Comments

  • Can anyone share their thoughts on how good this PSU is?

    I bought it during BF after doing my own research but didn’t find a whole heap of reviews on it. Looks great on paper but any catch?

    • I don't own one, but based on browsing through the review OP (chatGPT) posted, it mentioned CapXon capacitors being used (so not Japanese capacitors). To be fair, even Samsung and Apple use CapXon capacitors in some of their power adapters. The dual colour 12+4 pin PCIe cable is handy.

      You can roughly use the warranty period (7 years) to get a feel of the quality. My "biased" view is that it is kind of in between tier A and tier B. Personally, I prefer Japanese capacitors and a fan from a better brand. However, its performance (based of the review) is reasonably good. Some PSUs in tier A offer 10 year warranty and some PSUs in tier B only have 5 years. Corsair RMe has 7 year warranty and is listed as tier A (personally, I don't feel RMe is a true tier A PSU).

  • to ensure your 4090 does not blow up

    Why do I keep seeing people say this

    • It is reasonably well known that the new PCIe 5.0 12+4 pin connector needs the cable to be fully plugged in. One advantage of the dual colour cable provided is that if you see any yellow bit of the cable after you plugged into the connector on the graphics card, it means the cable isn't plugged in properly. However, I am not sure a 750W PSU provides enough power to properly drive a 4090. I think in general, if you have a 4090, you need 850W minimum, preferably 1000W PSU.

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