Etasis ET750 750w Quad-SLI PSU



With 700w on tap, you certainly don't want to be short changed when it comes to the number of devices that you can hook up. We already know that the ET750 has 4xPCI-E connectors, but what else will it have to offer?

Etasis ET750 Cables Etasis ET750 Cables

The ET750 comes complete with a big bundle of cables, all wrapped together inside a bubble wrap bag and secured with a cable tie. The above pictures show the molex and SATA connectors, all of which feature twisted wires. This not only keeps things looking tidier, but also helps to reduce EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference).

Etasis ET750 Cables Etasis ET750 Cables

Etasis have chosen to sleeve both the motherboard and PCI-E connectors on the ET750 with the latter being sleeved in blue mesh instead of the usual black. The overall quality of the sleeving job is excellent, using both cable ties and heat shrink to hold the sleeving in place.

The observant among us will notice that Etasis have even gone to the trouble of printing numbers on the PCI-E connectors. This enables you to evenly distribute the load utilised by your graphics cards over the rails that provide the PCI-E connectors with power.

Etasis ET750 ATX Etasis ET750 EPS12v

The ET750 comes with a 24-Pin ATX connector and no way of reducing the connector down to 20-Pin. This is most likely due to the unit being native EPS12v. People wanting to use this unit on an older style 20-pin ATX motherboard will need to purchase a 24-Pin to 20-Pin connector separately.

Quite a few of the most recently released motherboards still utilise the 4-Pin (P412v) connector, and for this reason Etasis have included both P412v (4-pin) and EPS12v (8-pin) cables on the ET750 to ensure full compatibility.


SATA Molex Floppy

With 4xPCI-E connectors, 8xSATA connectors and 8x Molex connectors, the ET750 is more than suitable for those of us with multiple drives and other internal devices.

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Most Recent Comments

29-09-2006, 10:19:57

"Today I'll be taking a look at a Quad-SLI certified unit from a little known company called Etasis. Will this unit be able to withstand the OC3D PSU testing equipment? We find out.."


29-09-2006, 10:38:23

Looks pretty nice...solid as hell Quote

29-09-2006, 10:59:57

quality reveiw mate,that is one hell of a solid psu too

looks pretty slick as well.


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