When I was first contacted by the folks at 2the Max, I had not heard of them. They are reportedly a big name in the Japanese market, however, and have been around for quite some time; since 1984 to be more specific. They have a product line that covers several areas of the peripheral market and it includes power supplies, enclosures, motherboards and video cards.
Our target today is going to be one of their more enthusiast-level power supplies, the GPX750. We have looked at several newer models recently so competition is tough, but we will delve deeper into both the features and the performance of this unit and see if it has what it takes to earn a place in your next system upgrade.
So relax for a bit as we dig in and see what the folks at 2the Max have to offer us!
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