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Fractal Design Integra R2 750W 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply Review - Cabling Arrangement and A Look Inside

Our first look at a power supply from Fractal Design leaves us rather impressed. If you're in the market for a mid-range PSU, your wallet begs you to check this out.

By: | 80 PLUS Bronze PSUs in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 15, 2013 9:19 am
TweakTown Rating: 89%Manufacturer: Fractal Design

Cabling Arrangement




Connectors and cables are kept to a minimum, but one shouldn't need much more out of a 750W unit. The extra-long ATX 4 + 4 connector is nice for those who have a bottom mounted power supply in a tall case. There are four PCI-E connectors spread between two cables allowing for the use of dual video cards. Peripherals are handled via three more cables. Two of these have three SATA connections each and the third has two Molex and a single FDD connector.




Rail distribution is decent for a 750W unit. While not noted or labeled anywhere, the rails can be identified via the color of the yellow wire coming out of the Integra R2. It if is a yellow wire with no stripe, it belongs to 12V1. Those with yellow wires with a blue stripe are 12V2. For those that know it is easy enough, but for those that don't, it will leave them wondering for sure.



A Look Inside




The Integra R2 uses a compact design and that is certainly no joke when you look at the PCB. They could have gone with an even shorter case if they had desired, but it more than likely would have required the use of a smaller fan.




A single Taiwanese Teapo capacitor can be found on the primary side of the Integra R2 750W power supply.




More Teapo capacitors are found on the secondary side as well.




Hong Sheng provides the A1225M12S 120mm fan which provides the active cooling for the Integra R2.

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