High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

High Power made the Performance Pro 750W a very good looking power supply; almost. They sprayed the chassis with a nice dark grey matte paint whilst the fan’s blades are white, forming a contrasting theme, while the stickers and engravings are adding even more style. Sadly, they left all of the cables but the ATX 24-pin cable without any sleeving at all which not only will create a messy colorful sight inside a system but the cables will almost certainly become a pain to hide and/or manage.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

High Power placed a decorative sticker at the right side of the unit, which will be visible if the power supply is installed upside down at the bottom of a case or if the case has a windowed right side panel.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

The company logo is subtly engraved at the left side of the unit.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

The sticker with the unit's electrical specifications and approvals can be found at the top side of the unit.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

The rear is entirely perforated to allow for the air pushed by the cooling fan to escape towards the outside of the case. The unit uses a standard A/C power cable and there is a small rocker on/off switch right next to the AC power plug.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

At the front we can see only the two fan controller cable connectors. You may use them to have the speed of up to two fans thermally controlled by the power supply itself. If the cables of the fans are too short you can use the extension cables High Power provides. This unit offers the following number of connectors:

Native cables

24-pin ATX connector

1 x 8 pin EPS12V/ATX12V CPU connector

1 x 4+4 pin EPS12V/ATX12V CPU connector

4 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

8 x SATA connectors

3 x Molex connectors

1 x Floppy connector

Note that this power supply has a very limited number of Molex connectors!

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 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

High Power made the Performance Pro 750W a very good looking power supply; almost. They sprayed the chassis with a nice dark grey matte paint whilst the fan’s blades are white, forming a contrasting theme, while the stickers and engravings are adding even more style. Sadly, they left all of the cables but the ATX 24-pin cable without any sleeving at all which not only will create a messy colorful sight inside a system but the cables will almost certainly become a pain to hide and/or manage.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

High Power placed a decorative sticker at the right side of the unit, which will be visible if the power supply is installed upside down at the bottom of a case or if the case has a windowed right side panel.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

The company logo is subtly engraved at the left side of the unit.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

The sticker with the unit's electrical specifications and approvals can be found at the top side of the unit.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

The rear is entirely perforated to allow for the air pushed by the cooling fan to escape towards the outside of the case. The unit uses a standard A/C power cable and there is a small rocker on/off switch right next to the AC power plug.

 High Power Performance Pro 750W PSU review

At the front we can see only the two fan controller cable connectors. You may use them to have the speed of up to two fans thermally controlled by the power supply itself. If the cables of the fans are too short you can use the extension cables High Power provides. This unit offers the following number of connectors:

Native cables

24-pin ATX connector

1 x 8 pin EPS12V/ATX12V CPU connector

1 x 4+4 pin EPS12V/ATX12V CPU connector

4 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

8 x SATA connectors

3 x Molex connectors

1 x Floppy connector

Note that this power supply has a very limited number of Molex connectors!

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