Antec is a staple in the power supply market around the world. Its Earthwatts line was introduced last year to target the green computing market. This line is designed to be sans no-frills, aside from partial modularity and 80PLUS certification. This SLI-certified, quad-12V-rail unit sports plenty of connectivity for its wattage, with nine SATA and nine device connectors in addition to its PCI-Express cables. ThinkComputers takes a look at this unit in this review.
Features & Specifications
The Antec Earthwatts 750W power supply comes in a black and white box with yellow trim and a big picture of the PSU on the front. Logos show the SLI and 80PLUS certification, as well as the size of the fan and the “Advanced Hybrid Cable Management” system. The rear shows the previously stated specs in a few languages, plus the cable allotment.
In addition to the PSU and cable, there’s just some screws, documentation, and a power cable.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.
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