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In-Win GreenMe 750-watt 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply Review - Cabling Arrangement and A Look Inside

In-Win goes green with their latest power supplies, but the green in your wallet might be spent better elsewhere.

By: | 80 PLUS Bronze PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 17, 2012 6:19 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%Manufacturer: In-Win

Cabling Arrangement




Those of you looking at the cable summary are probably thinking that it is rather bland for a 750W power supply and you're right. We are still trying to figure out how you are realistically going to pull 750W of power out of a power supply with only two PCI-E connectors. You shouldn't have to use adapters to pull the full wattage of a power supply and the only way you're going to need 750W of power is with dual GPU's and those are sure to need dual PCI-E connectors for each card. Cable length also appears to be rather short so for those planning on getting creative with your routing; you might want to do some measurements first.




Rail distribution is well thought out and the end user shouldn't have to do anything to balance the rails out as it is done naturally. 12V1 takes care of the Main and all peripheral connectors. 12V2 handles power for the ATX 4+4 connector. Each PCI-E cable has its own rail, taking care of 12V3 and 12V4.



A Look Inside




Taking a look inside we find a very simplistic unit with a duo of heatsinks to provide passive cooling for the GreenMe 750W.




A single Panasonic cap covers the primary side of the In-Win GreenMe 750W power supply.




Over on the secondary side of the power supply, we find a mix to Teapo and Suscon. While the unit does feature Japanese caps on the front, it doesn't feature them all the way around and some of our expectations just went out the window.




Active cooling is provided by the ADDA AD1212LB-A70GL 120mm fan.

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