EVGA SuperNOVA 750 B2 Power Supply Bronze Power Supply
CAD $109.99
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Unleash the next generation in power with the EVGA SuperNOVA 750 B2 Power Supply. Based on the award winning Gen2 series Power Supplies from EVGA, this PSU�s feature 80 PLUS Bronze rated efficiency, and clean, continuous power to every component. Backed by a 5 year warranty and Japanese capacitor design, the EVGA SuperNOVA 750 B2 is not only the right choice for your system today, it is also the best choice for your system tomorrow.

Main Features

  • Efficiency:85%
  • Number of Fans:1
  • Modular:Yes
  • NVIDIA SLI Supported:Yes
  • Input Voltage:120 V AC,230 V AC
  • Number of +12V Rails:1
  • Output Voltage:3.3 V DC @ 24 A,5 V DC @ 24 A,12 V DC @ 62 A,-12 V DC @ 500 mA,5 V DC @ 3 A
  • Output Power:750 W
  • Form Factor:Internal
  • Height:3.35" (85 mm)
  • Width:5.91" (150 mm)
  • Weight (Approximate):3.18 kg
  • Environmentally Friendly:Yes
  • Environmental Certification:80 Plus Bronze,WEEE,ErP Lot 6,RoHS
  • Limited Warranty:5 Year

General Information
Manufacturer
  • EVGA Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
  • 110-B2-0750-VR
Manufacturer Website Address
  • http://www.evga.com
Brand Name
  • EVGA
Product Line
  • SuperNOVA
Product Model
  • 750 B2
Product Name
  • SuperNOVA 750 B2 Power Supply
Package Type
  • Retail
Product Type
  • Power Supply
Technical Information
Specification Compliance
  • ATX12V/EPS12V
Efficiency
  • 85%
Number of Fans
  • 1
Protection Type
  • Over Voltage
  • Over Current
  • Short Circuit
  • Under Voltage
  • Over Power
Modular
  • Yes
NVIDIA SLI Supported
  • Yes
Reliability
MTBF
  • 100000 Hour
Power Description
Input Voltage Type
  • AC
Input Voltage
  • 120 V AC
  • 230 V AC
Input Voltage Range
  • 115 V AC to 240 V AC
Number of +12V Rails
  • 1
Output Voltage
  • 3.3 V DC @ 24 A
  • 5 V DC @ 24 A
  • 12 V DC @ 62 A
  • -12 V DC @ 500 mA
  • 5 V DC @ 3 A
Input Current
  • 10 A
Output Power
  • 750 W
Interfaces/Ports
Plug/Connector
  • On/Off Switch
Receptacles
  • 1 x 24-pin ATX Motherboard
  • 2 x 4+4pin ATX12V Motherboard
  • 4 x 6+2pin PCI-E
  • 9 x Serial ATA
  • 5 x 4-pin LP4 Peripheral Device
  • 1 x 4-pin SP4 Floppy Drive
Physical Characteristics
Color
  • Black
Form Factor
  • Internal
Height
  • 3.35" (85 mm)
Width
  • 5.91" (150 mm)
Length
  • 7.09" (180 mm)
Weight (Approximate)
  • 3.18 kg
Miscellaneous
Certifications & Standards
    • TUV
    • CB
    • CE
    • FCC
    • RCM
    • cTUVus
    • BSMI
    • C-tick
Environmentally Friendly
  • Yes
Environmental Certification
  • 80 Plus Bronze
  • WEEE
  • ErP Lot 6
  • RoHS
Warranty
Limited Warranty
  • 5 Year
Average Rating
Recommend by
100%
Out of 14 Review(s)
5 (8)
4 (6)
3 (0)
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1 (0)

By: Fabrice_G 2015-09-18 06:01

Pros
really good and quiet, do exactly what I want, only got it for 1 week now

Cons
the shipping was so long i could have died. but that is NCIX problem and not the PSU some people could find it a bit big

Summary

Recommend it but maybe not on NCIX

By: lukerjf 2015-09-02 18:09

Pros
great power

Cons
n/a

Summary

great

By: Atarion 2015-08-30 04:36

Pros
750W rated at 50C, Japanese caps, quiet, semi-modular

Cons
Cable's could be a touch longer

Summary

With it's Superflower based design and 5 year warranty for $82 dollars after tax and rebate you can't go wrong. Much better than the B1/G1 versions that are similarly priced. My old PS had a bit of a whine to it that is gone with this new one. Everything is humming along, so no complaints. The PS tester it comes with is a nice touch.

By: awdadasdwa 2015-08-24 15:13

Pros
works.

Cons
none

Summary

hasnt failed me yet

By: BoredNow 2015-08-13 12:23

Pros
750w, semi modular, complimentary psu tester, long sleeved cables.

Cons
AC cable is a little short and light gauge compared to other models ie fortron, seasonic, corsair, antec and even ocz .

Summary

This is the part of what can you say, it's a psu it turns on and it comes with 4 Velcro straps. As far as quality the review says it's ok but for the ones saying it feels like quality gimme a break, feels like is so subjective, this psu is replacing a cruddy ocz 800w that weighs more and has heavier gauge cable also lasted 7+ yrs so "feels" is very subjective. Any how based on the review and physical look it's a 3-4 star, at full current price it's a hosing on sale it's tolerable. Ps, I've got a lot of psus to compare to.

By: Brian_M25 2015-07-21 16:41

Pros
Semi modular; excellent build quality; quiet fan

Cons
Not fully modular

Summary

This is a great PSU when you combine it with sale + rebate - The unit is made by Superflower (OEM), and most reviews put in good in terms of output Wish it was fully modular, but at this price/wattage, I can't complain !

By: bigpapa2004 2015-07-10 10:18

Pros
750 w for under 100 bucks on sale

Cons
wish it was more modular but for the price i can't complain

Summary

I am in the middle of a budget build that requires a 650w but got this instead because it's 40 bucks cheaper!

By: Ben_A 2015-06-18 11:34

Pros
semi modular, lots of connectors, rated x 50C

Cons
ends of modular cables not completely sleeved, floppy connector

Summary

This is another good power supply from EVGA based on a slightly cut down superflower design I personally appreciate the semi-modular design over full modular since you will use the 24pin mobo, the 4+4 EPS and at least one VGA pcie cable anyway. Why make these modular in the first place? All the cables are sleeved unfortunately all of them have the colored wires not completely covered by sleeves. The cables that came with the B1 are actually better looking than what were included in this sllightly more expensive B2. They could have made all the wires black (including the fixed cables). The B1 is rated at 732W x 50C while the B2 is rated at 744W, also x 50C. It is always nice to see PSU rated at a realistic operating temperature. The B1 has 4x 12V rails each rated at 20A while the B2 has single 12V rated at 62A. This is going to power an AMD FX 8 core, 8GB of RAM, 1 ssd, 1 hdd and 1 optical drive. A older GTX660 serves as its gaming GPU. Yes, 744W seems a bit excessive but this also means that the PSU will remain fairly quiet and unstressed with around 50-60% of available power being used. I already have another 750W in one of my systems (XFX Core 750) so I wanted to compare this superflower design vs the rebranded seasonic. Performance seems to be the same at this point, the XFX Core fares better with all black flat cables but are all fixed. The EVGA B2 has the advantage of being semi modular but colored wires do not do the psu justice.

By: Dakota_H 2015-04-18 16:43

Pros
-Cheap -Semi Modular -Lots of power -Good Effeciency -Seems like good quality

Cons
-Some of the non modular cables not needed

Summary

Got this PSU a few days ago and all seems good. They give you lots of cables. Only complaint I have is that the cables that cannot be removed are overkill. It has a 4/8 pin cpu cable which cant be removed, so if you have a mobo that only needs the 4 pins the other 4 are going to be dangling. Comes with a PCI connector which also cant be removed so If you have a build with no gpu that will be spare. Overall it seems like a really good buy. I bought it for 99$ with a 20$ MIR making it 79. Quality seems really good for the price, no real complaints

By: matt_leblanc 2015-04-02 08:04

Pros
Cheap, lots of power, bronze

Cons
big, a little loud

Summary

This is a really good power supply for the price. Just be careful with your measurements on this one as it deep and can be a snug fit against fans etc. I find the fan a little loud for its size compared to an old OCZ PSU.