A Closer Look
Corsair’s SF750 is a very tiny power supply for its 750W rating. In typical Corsair fashion, the corsair logo and model grace the side of the unit.
The back has the typical IEC 13 power inlet, main power switch and exhaust grill stamped into the casing. It also has the standard SFX mounting hole pattern.
The other side panel has the electrical specifications label. The SF750 unit is so small, the label takes up the entire side of the power supply.
The business end of the unit has connections for the main 24-pin cable, four 12V plugs for EPS or PCIe power, and three plugs for peripheral power cables.
A tiny 92mm fan takes up close to half of the unit and provides cooling once the unit is under enough load to need it.
A total of eight cables are included. The normal 24-pin for the motherboard, a very welcome pair of 4+4-pins for CPU power, a pair of twin 6+2-pins for VGA power, two SATA cables and a single PATA cable.
Cables are understandably a bit shorter than the typical ATX lengths, but should still be long enough for most builds without a ton of slack.
Peripheral power cables have quite a few connectors, with the first being around 100mm from the PSU.