AVF GAMING FREAK: THE RAGE
750W Power Supply
The Rage 750W Power Supply is a new product from the AVF Gaming Freak. This is a non-modular power supply that comes with red and black in colour. Besides that, this power supply has been built with compliant with latest Intel standard ATX12V V2.31. It’s also supporting Intel Core i7, i5, i3, Pentium & AMD FX, Phenom II, Fusion A series, Athlon II. The Rage has high power efficiency that meets up to 80% typical. This power supply has high reliability (MTBF>100,000 hours) which is quite a long time. There is 20+4 pin motherboard x 1, 4pin CPU + 12V x 1, 6+2 pin PCI-E x 1, sata connector x 3, 4pin peripheral connector x 3 and 4pin floppy x 1. Some of the power cables come with sleeves that make it looks neater.
Product Link: AVF The RAGE 750W
Suggest Retail Price: RM129
• Compliant with latest Intel standard ATX12V V2.31
• Supporting Intel Core i7, i5, i3, Pentium and AMD FX, Phenom II, Fusion A series, Athlon II.
• Dual +12V rail for the most demanding AMD Radeon and NVIDIA GeForce graphic card.
• High efficiency meets up to 80% typical.
• 120mm Red Fan with 33pcs RED led light.
• Solid build with red and black coating.
• High reliability (MTBF>100,000 hours).
• Multiple protection design (OVP, UVP, OPP, OTP, SCP).
The front packaging of AVF Gaming Freak The Rage 750W power supply unit. The box main colour is black which mix with some red and orange colour. Name and power of the supply has been shown at the front of the box.
At one the side of the box shows all the connector that contains with power supply. It can help the user that wants buy power supply with a specific number of cables.
At the back of the box, we can see the specification and features of the power supply that can help the user to choose a power supply based on their requirements.
The main box can be flipped open to reveal the actual unit of PSU. The box contains 1 PSU unit and 1 unit of power cord.
This is the power cord that comes with the power supply. Be aware that the power cord does not come with a fuse.
The view of actual unit of AVF Gaming Freak The Freak 750W Power Supply.
User can see the specification and also the power supply model on the side of the power supply.
This is all of the cable that comes with the power supply which are 20+4 pin motherboard x 1, 4pin CPU + 12V x 1, 6+2 pin PCI-E x 1, sata connector x 3, 4pin peripheral connector x 3 and 4pin floppy x 1. Some of the cables come with sleeve to make it looks neater.
The back side of AVF Gaming Freak The Rage 750W power supply.
This is the top view of the power supply. From here we can see the fan is red and the size of the fan is 120mm with 33pcs RED led light.
Finally, I would like to say thank you to AVF Gaming Freak Malaysia because give us opportunity to play with this great product. User that wants to build a rig that the theme colour is red can use this power supply because the colour is red and its contain red fan with red led. This power supply comes with one unit of power cord, but be aware because the power cord does not have fused. So we advise the user to find another power cord that contains fuse for more safety precaution. Some of the cable comes with sleeve but some of it not. If all of the cable comes with sleeve it will make the cable become more neat. The power supply has power efficiency that meets up to 80% typical which is quite high for a supply that in this range of price but be careful as the true power might be lower than stated, as we predint it might be in between 450-550w only. Besides that, this PSU has dual +12V rail for the most demanding AMD Radeon and NVidia GeForce graphic card. As the price tag just only for RM129, this still would be the best for a user that seek budget PSU with big power. Great work AVF!
Performance/Price Value: 4/5
+ Attractive mixed of colour
+ Nice fan that comes with led.
– Power cord has no fused.
– Not all cables have a sleeve
– 750W is not a true powerdraw
AVF Gaming Freak The Rage Received Silver Award from OCDrift.com
Disclaimer: OCDrift.com gives out our own award based on the Hardware Performance, OverClocking Ability, Innovation, and Value as determined by the reviewer
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