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BitFenix Fury 750W 80 PLUS GOLD Unboxing/Overview

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So today I am doing a quick overview with some nice pictures of this power supply. It costs $184.99 at Newegg, and that makes it at the top of the list in terms of cost for a 750W PSU, however you are paying for a lot of nice styling and some solid features. First off all the cables are sleeved individually, which is an awesome asthetic and alone can cost around $50 to have done after the fact. It is also a pretty strong product, it has a single 12v rail design which is great for overclocking, Japanese capacitors, 80+ GOLD, FBD fan, active PFC, and a hefty 5-year warranty which means its built well enough for Bitfenix to cover it for 5 years.


Packaging is well done to minimize damage to the PSU in transport.


Everything is divided into sections and tightly packed.


The Bitfenix styling is great, especially if you are going to put it in a Bitfenix case like I am.


The stats for the rails.The 12v rail is 60A.


Input accepts 120 to 240v.


Here are the ports for the modular design. The 24-pin is the only hard wired part of the system.


The 135mm fan with Bitfenix emblem is quite classy.


Cables are bundled according to what they do. All the peripheral (SATA and Molex) are budnled together, and the CPU and VGA cables are bundled together.


Here is an upclose of the sleeving, the quality is very high and is no doubt why this PSU costs a lot.


This is the CPU power cable, it can fill: 2x 8 pin ESP, 1x 8-pin ESP, 1x 8Pin ESP + 1x 4Pin. So this PSu can fill up all power connectors of every motherboard I have seen.


VGA cables, there are 4 in total, and each can be 6 or 8 pin. That means you can run 4 cards that only have a single power cable, or two cards that have 2 power receptacles.


4x SATA cable.


There are two 2x SATA cables.


This is a 3x Molex.


This is a 1x Molex + 1x SATA cable.


A Molex to floppy cable, some ROG boards still have this for special features.


installation was very easy, and the cables where long enough to reach everywhere, but not too long as to create issues with excess cable.


Heatsink is now in place.


Overall I have been using this PSU in one of my main systems for a while, but I would have to say its a solid PSU and hasn't given me any trouble. The aesthetics are top notch and its very quite, especially when I pull 500W from it when I game. Its high price is justified because of its cable sleeving, and the cost to do that is pretty high as it isn't an easy process. Needless to say if you need a PSU that can handle a nice OC and comes sleeved without the hassle of having someone else do it, then take a look at the Bitfenix Fury 750W.
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Please use spoilers all your pictures takes forever to load.
And the Bitfenix Fury is not all that good and the price is ridiculous
http://www.overclock.net/t/1528066/why-you-should-not-buy-a-bitfenix-fury#post_23224957
Edited by shilka - 12/8/14 at 4:24pm
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post #3 of 7
Nice pictures.


This is the one that's the FSP Aurum with nice cables, isn't it... the welcome-to-the-sub-$50-PSU-performance club. (okay, more like $80 at 750W)
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Please use spoilers all your pictures takes forever to load.
And the Bitfenix Fury is not all that good and the price is ridiculous
http://www.overclock.net/t/1528066/why-you-should-not-buy-a-bitfenix-fury#post_23224957
i see what you mean... but if you want nice sleeved cables there arent many options out there, and this is actually the cheapest one.
the sleeved cable kits from other brands cost 99$, just for the cables alone...
And its not like fury is gonna blow up or make your system crash cause the 12v rail dips when you load the psu to the max. he he

but yeah, if you wanna push your system to the max or want your rails to be 100% flat, just cause, this definitely isnt the right PSU for you ^^

btw, the 750W is selling for 89$ on tiger direct right now... thats less than a sleeved cable kit tongue.gif
http://biz.tigerdirect.com/p/computer-accessories/power-supplies/700w/bitfenix-fury-750g-power-supply-unit-750-watts-atx-135mm-fan-active-pfc-80-plus-gold-semi-modular-5-year-warranty-bfp-fur-750g-ksxk-rp
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What's the warranty on this? I've never heard of them making power supplies before
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5 years, which is pretty good

Thanks about the pictures, I wanted to show off how nice it looks. Nice sale
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What's the warranty on this? I've never heard of them making power supplies before

They dont make them FSP does.
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