Over the past couple of months we have been taking a look at Fractal Design’s line of power supplies. We started with the high-end Newton R3, we then moved down the line to the Tesla R2 and now we have the budget and mainstream Integra R2 750W. This power supply is currently selling for $89.99 at my favorite online retailer. It features a 80PLUS Bronze certification, a silent temperature controlled fan and the great styling we know from Fractal Design. This power supply is a great choice for anyone who is on a budget for a power supply, especially if you are not looking for a modular power supply. Let’s take a look…
Wattage range: 500-750W
80PLUS® Certification: Bronze
Modular cables: No
Fan type: 120mm sleeve bearing
Maximum operating temperature at full load: 40°C
Semi-passive operation: No
Colors Available: Black
Case dimensions – W x H x D (mm): 150 x 86 x 140
Life expectancy (MTBF): 100,000 hours at full load
PSU specification compliance: ATX 2.31
Package dimensions – W x H x D (mm): 187 x 158 x 165mm
Warranty: 3 Years
The Integra R2 comes in a nice retail package, that actually is not much larger than the unit itself. On the front there is a photo of the unit and it lets you know the unit is 80PLUS Bronze certified and comes with a 3-year warranty. On the back of the box it goes into even more detail on the features. Finally on one side there is a list of connectors, which is always helpful.
Opening the box up everything is nicely packaged inside. Getting it all out you have the Integra R2 750W unit, power cable, user’s manual, mounting screws and three zip-ties.