SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply

SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply

SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply

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SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply

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Product Highlights

  • 750W Single +12V Rail
  • 135mm Cooling Fan
  • Intel ATX12V
  • 4 x PCI-E Connectors
  • 10 x SATA Connectors
  • 5 x 4-Pin Connectors
  • Flat Cables
  • Cable-Free Back Panel to PCB Connection
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SeaSonic Electronics SSR-750TD overview

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With a large 135mm fan, the PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply from SeaSonic Electronics is a powerful, yet efficient solution to powering and connecting computer peripherals. Unlike ball bearing fans, the fluid dynamic bearing fan uses oil as a lubricant to reduce friction and vibration, resulting in quieter operation, lower power consumption and longer life. This power supply features a cable-free connection between the back panel and the printed circuit board (PCB) to improve output power quality and increase MTBF.

80 Plus Titanium
94% efficiency at 50% system load
Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) fans take advantage of the impact absorbance of oil to reduce friction and vibration, effectively lowering operating noise, heat, and power consumption
Hybrid Fan Control
Allows you to keep the overall fan noise at the lowest level for quiet operation
Micro Tolerance Load Regulation
Keeps the output voltage within a tight range to achieve under 0.5% load regulation
Extended Hold-Up Time
30 ms hold-up time under a 100% load allows the power supply to output a stable current even under unstable input current conditions
Low Ripple Noise
Specially designed to produce a ripple noise below 20mV
Cable-Free Connection Design
The back panel and the printed circuit board are connected by a copper plate instead of cables, lowering the occurrence of installation errors and increasing the output power quality
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SeaSonic Electronics PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply
  • Limited 12-Year Warranty
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    SeaSonic Electronics SSR-750TD specs

    General
    Type 80 Plus Titanium
    Form Factor Intel ATX 12 V
    Fan Specifications
    Size 5.3" (135 mm)
    Control Hybrid
    Fan Bearing Fluid dynamic bearing (FDB)
    Life Expectancy 50,000 hours at 104°F (40°C), 15 to 65% RH
    Cables
    Modular Fully modular
    Cable Type Flat
    Connectors Main Power: 1 x 24" (610 mm)
    CPU: 2 x 25.6" (650 mm) 4/8-pin
    PCI-E: 4 x 29.5" (750 mm) 6/8-pin
    SATA: 10: 2 x 17.7 + 4.7 + 4.7 + 4.7" (450 + 120 + 120 + 120 mm), 1 x 13.8 + 4.7" (350 + 120 mm)
    Peripheral: 5 x 4-pin: 1 x 15.7 + 4.7 + 4.7" (400 + 120 + 120 mm), 1 x 13.8 + 4.7" (350 + 120 mm)
    FDD: 1 x 4" (101 mm)
    Environmental
    Operating Temperature 32 to 122°F (0 to 50°C)
    MTBF At 77°F (25°C), Excluding Fan: 150,000 hours
    Protection OPP, OVP, UVP, OCP, OTP, SCP
    Safety / EMC cTUVus, TUV, CB, CCC, BSMI, EAC
    Environmental Compliance Energy Star, RoHS, WEEE, ErP Lot 6, REACH
    Power
    AC Input Voltage: 100-240 VAC
    Current: 9.5-4.5 A
    Frequency: 50-60 Hz
    DC Output +3.3 V:
    Maximum Power: 20 A, 100 W

    +5 V:
    Maximum Power: 20 A, 100 W

    +12 V:
    Maximum Power: 62 A, 744 W

    -12 V:
    Maximum Power: 0.3 A, 3.6 W

    +5 VSB:
    Maximum Power: 3 A, 15 W
    Physical
    Dimensions 5.9 x 6.7 x 3.4" (150 x 170 x 86 mm)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 8.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.2 x 7.9 x 5.2"

    SeaSonic Electronics SSR-750TD reviews

    PRIME Titanium 750W 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Power Supply Runs perfectly in my new computer build. I plugged it into my old computer first before all the parts arrived for my new computer to make sure it was working. It looks amazing and feels like a brick (a good thing :) Aesthetically pleasing and wonderful to work with. The packaging is one of the best I've ever experienced. I chose this power supply for bragging rights (Honestly, Titanium is overkill for everyone considering its price), and because of the 10/10 on Jonnyguru. It's super silent and powers everything like a champ.
    Date published: 2016-11-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect 10/10 Power Supply I bought this for my most recent build with an Intel 6800k running at 4.3Ghz @ 1.302v and a GTX 1080 running at 2075Mhz along with a bunch of fans and RGB light strips and other accessories. This thing is a beast. Clean stable power to everything even under load. I might get this for my older PC as well now. Totally worth the extra money. If you have any questions google JonnyGuru Seasonic Prime 750W Review. If anything, get some cables from cablemodto match your build. Other then that this is perfect.
    Date published: 2017-01-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! Works well and as it should, what can I say?� I replaced an older 80+ platinum PSU that had a glitch and started a small fire inside my computer (from another brand), so I opted to replace it with the latest and greatest PSU from a company with a solid background in engineering the best PSU.� Unlike my last PSU which was semi-modular, this fully modular unit helps make cable management a breeze inside my crowded case.� One reason I got this unit was so I can power all of my hard drives inside my case, and it definitely delivered.� Overall a great PSU that should last many years.
    Date published: 2018-02-02
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