XSpice Croon 750w

Power supply units

XSpice Croon 750w

The Krooner isn’t a bad looking PSU, with a glossy, silver casing and a nickel plated fan grill.


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There’s also a black centrepiece button in the middle of the grill, with the XSpice logo featured on it.


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At the back of the PSU, underneath the kettle lead slot is the power switch. This is a feature I’ve come to expect from most PSUs, but some still refuse to add it, so it’s nice to see here.


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Alongside the switch and kettle port, is a large grill covering the rest of the rear of the unit. This allows for air to exhaust easily out of the back of the PSU to keep the innards cool. The grill is of an interesting design, as honeycomb is usually the pattern of choice as it allows for the most air flow with the least amount of rear material used. This one is more mesh like.


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At the front are a couple of other exhaust vents, which allow airflow straight over some internal copper coils.


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The cables come wrapped in a nice black braiding that not only makes them look better, but it makes cable management that bit easier as keeping the cables together makes snags less likely to occur.

Almost all cable connectors are a bright red in colour, though the PCI-e connectors have black ones


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The CPU power is an 8pin, and 4pin cable. I wonder why they didn’t do a 4+4pin?


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There are 4 x 6pin PCI-e connectors though if you need an 8pin connector, there are always the bundled 6pin to 8pin converters.


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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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