Cooler Master V750 Overview
The first thing that I noticed about the V750 was actually how small it is. The official dimensions are 150 x 140 x 86mm / 5.9 x 5.5 x 3.4 inch. The power supply is actually 22% smaller in volume than typical ATX power supplies that are 180 mm in length. This means that this power supply is perfect for small builds!
Starting at the top of the unit there is a sticker that shows the input and output voltage numbers as well as all of the other necessary information.
Cooler Master has gone with a very subtle logo for the V750 with the “V” being gold and the “750” being grey. The V750 logo is on each side of the unit so if you do have a side panel window that shows your power supply everyone will know you are rocking the V750.
Moving around to the back of the unit we see there is a honeycomb design, which will allow air to flow in and out of the unit. You also have your obvious power connection and power button on the back.
On the bottom of the unit we see the cooling fan, which is Cooler Master’s own Silencio FP 120 mm fan. This fan features Cooler Master’s own sickle fan blade design, exclusive LDB fan bearing, silent driver, and IPX6 dust proof protection. The fan is designed to provide high air pressure at a lower noise level.
Finally at the front of the unit we have all of the modular connections, which are labeled.
Talking about the modular cables they use a flat cable design, which we see a lot these days. As far as the connections go you get the following: motherboard 24-pin x1, CPU 4+4-pin x 2, PCIe 6+2-pin x4, SATA x8, Molex 4-pin x6, floppy 4-pin x1.