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Tuniq Potency 750w

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Posted February 22, 2009 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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The Tuniq Potency 750w is a power supply that delivers good features and solid performance when heavily loaded with a case full of power-hungry components.  From a feature standpoint, the unit supports SLI/CrossFire setups, and it’s housed in a sleek semi-gloss black, scratch-resistant finish.  From a functional standpoint, the Potency 750w boasts very good voltage regulation and efficiency, and a quiet operation when running at lower loads. When heavily loaded, however, the fan does ramp up and is audible. 

Unfortunately there isn’t a modular setup with this unit, so you will have extra cables to tuck away in your case. The cable length, specifically with the 4/8-pin ATX cable is an issue, notably it’s about an inch or two shorter than it should be, so if you have a case with a bottom-mounted power supply setup then you likely will not be able to route behind the motherboard tray.

The Potency 750w can be found at major online vendors for under $120, positioned as a very affordable unit in this market segment. The Tuniq Potency 750w may not be a standout unit in any particular category, but it is a good all-around power supply that offers a successful combination of features, functionality, and aesthetics at a very good price.  If you are looking for a good gaming supply at an affordable price, the Potency 750w is worth a good look.

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Our thanks go to Tuniq for providing the Potency 750w for this review.

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