Fractal Design Integra R2 750W Review
Published by Lukas Mühle on 25.11.13 (31975 reads)
The Fractal Design R2 750W is quite a decent mid-range PSU that comes with 80Plus Bronze certification and pretty much offers all the regular features and specification at a rather surprisingly low price. It should be enough even for multi-GPU PC systems, and should work flawlessly as long as you are not looking to power a really high-end PC or engage in any serious overclocking.
The Fractal Design Integra R2 750W is packed in a rather simple box that gives you all the specifications and features and although most PSUs at least put all things in different compartments, Fractal Design decided just to throw everything inside. Of course, it is pretty much the same deal with most PSUs in this price range and only high-end ones come with a special box and bundle.
The Fractal Design Integra R2 750W comes bundled with the manual, standard power cord, a couple of cable tiers in case you want to keep things tidy in your case as well as four screws to secure it to the case.
The Fractal Design Integra R2 750W uses a black painted and rather short case with 150x140x86 dimensions. While most PSUs pack 160mm dimensions, the Fractal Design R2 750W is a bit shorter, leaving more room for other components and could be to look at in case you are doing a setup with a smaller PC case. It has a bottom mounted fan placed behind the fan grill and since this is not a modular power supply unit, all cables come from a single point.