4. Final thoughts
While we had the chance to use the new Tuniq Potency 750Watt power supply for many hours, we did not actually measured the performance and reliability of it using standard equipment. As a result, consider this brief article as a report of our impressions from Tuniq' new PSU, from the end-user's aspect.
The PSU has enough power to make your PC run smoothly in your daily gaming tasks. Our simple tests showed that the device offers efficient power even for SLI dual-GPU configurations, while its overall structure looks solid and possibly better than what we would initially expect for a 750W PSU that costs just $120.
Of course, we would prefer to see more power outputs as well as a modular design for this PSU, although these could make its retail price higher.
And if all these are not convincing enough, the 3-year warranty of this device is available to cover any possible issues you may face while using it.
- The Good
- 750Watt output
- 80Plus.org Bronze rating
- Good build-quality
- Active PFC design
- ATX v2.2 certified
- Enough connectors with good length
- 3 years of warranty
- Proper retail price for this category
- Low variation at +12V rail under SLI configurations
- Fan keeps working to lower the temperature even after the system is powered off
- The Bad
- Modular cable design
- SLI certification not available at Nvidia's official web site