The GIGABYTE P750GM packaging is a bit on the smaller side. The basic layout has a black and gold color scheme with a picture of the included unit on the front. The front of the package also has some advertising points like “Fully Modular”, “Japan Capacitors”, “Smart Fan”, “Single +12v”, and the 80 Plus Gold seal. When we check the 80 Plus website we find that this unit is listed and, as such, we will see how it does in this regard later.
The rear of the packaging has some more advertising bullet points that expand somewhat on what we found on the front. In addition to this, we find the power label (reproduced below) and the connector count (reproduced below). For some reason, many of these two tables are also reproduced on the side again. It is almost like GIGABYTE thought every side of the packaging needed to have information on it and they ran out of information to put on it. We see this again when we look at the bottom of the packaging and we find an efficiency graph and a fan noise graph.
Now, in all of this text, we never find the warranty, and it isn’t in the manual either. We finally find it on the website listed as “5 years warranty (adjusted according to different regions”. So, good luck to you all on which region you find yourself in!
The GIGABYTE P750GM is advertised as being a single 12v rail power supply with a capacity up to 61A (or ~98% of the unit’s capacity) if necessary. The minor rails (5v and 3.3v) have a capacity of 20A each and the combined capacity of those two rails is 105W. Combined with these outputs, we find that this unit has 4 PCIe connectors, 8 SATA connectors, and 3 Molex connectors.
Once we open the GIGABYTE P750GM packaging we find the power supply, mounting screws, modular cables, the power cord, and the “user manual”. The user manual is the tiniest piece of paper folded like an accordion and contains zero useful information. It is a total waste of space, just throw it out. Let’s move on to the unit itself now.