Final Thoughts and Conclusions
The Olympia OP750 750W power supply delivers solid voltages, with excellent regulation, minimal AC ripple, and above average efficiency. It comes with sleeved cables and lots of connectors, which include four 6-pin PCI-e and one 8-pin PCI-e connectors. The enclosure is only slightly longer (10mm) than a standard ATX box so the OP750 will fit in most any PC case you might have; even the smaller ones. The Olympia OP750 was virtually silent during normal operation under a moderate load.
The SilverStone Olympia 750W power supply has an MSRP of $169.99 USD but you can find it at NewEgg for $159.99. And remember, if you want essentially the same PSU with modular cables in a slightly longer enclosure, the SilverStone Decathlon DA750 is what you seek.
- Up to 750 watts continuous DC output
- Excellent voltage regulation
- Compact chassis (150mm deep)
- Single +12V output capable of up to 60A (720W)
- Very quiet during normal operation
- Active PFC and Universal AC input
- Both 6-pin and 8-pin PCI-E connectors (NVIDIA SLI and ATI CrossFire Ready)
- 3-Year warranty
- Two 6-pin PCI-e connectors doubled-up on a single cable
For excellent build quality, stable-clean outputs, and quiet operation, the SilverStone Olympia 750W power supply earns Gold.
SilverStone Olympia OP750 PSU
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