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The Kingwin Lazer Platinum LZP-750 is the second entry of the Lazer Platinum Power Supply Series. LZP-750 also comes with an extended 5 year warranty & active PFC design. Check out Kingwin’s Lazer LZP-750, the new standard in power supplies. With 80 PLUS PLATINUM certification, it has achieved an efficiency rate of up to 92% under 50% load. Kingwin LZP-750 also has a built in exclusive ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System, a zero noise operation for the power supply when first turned on. The fan will not rotate until the temperature reaches a default temperature. If you want absolute efficiency with supreme performance and quietness, the Kingwin LZP-750 is a terrific option.
Pros: Essentially silent, great efficiency
Cons: Pricey, but worth it in my opinion
Other Thoughts: My old power power draw total on my watt meter was 150w, including monitor at idle. Power draw while I type this review is 129w. Only change was this power supply.
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Pros: Mostly modular, efficient, silent, adequate but not overstated packaging, moderate size, ample cable length. I would have to say my favorite feature would have to be, any modular plug, can plug into any socket. There are covers for each socket not in use. Modular cables are flat. Got it on sale.
Cons: None that I foresee, time will tell, some electronics prematurely fail, but the build quality seems top-notch. The colors at the ends of the different cables may bother some, all black would have been preferred. The hardwired cables are sleeved, not flat like the modular ones.
Other Thoughts: Some claim the need for 850-1000++ PSU's for high-end SLI/Crossfire overclocking. The idea is to have ample, stable, current; which I feel this unit would provide, particularly in the (even more) power efficient future. If you have an internally powered water cooling system, you will need a larger PSU for such a high-end dual GPU system. Best to keep your PSU as close to optimum load as you can, for power efficiency.
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Pros: does what it's supposed to do. easy to install. modular so thats a huge plus. handles crossfire very well.
Cons: none that i can think of.
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“Essentially silent, great efficiency”— 5/25/2012
“Mostly modular, efficient, silent, adequate but not overstated packaging, moderate size, ample cable length. I would have ...”— Erebus 3/26/2012