It's pretty much reference CWT GPU, i.e near identical aside for the fan, fan curve and rail config to Bitfenix Whisper M, Enermax Revolution DF, Deepcool DQ-M (first gen, not V2L) and a few less known models. So in this case it's excempt from the rule 'no reviews - don't buy' as there are plenty of reviews on other PSUs using this exact platform and power semiconductors choice. The only downsides is the lack of semipassive mode and presumably, MSI using ball bearing fan on some batches (they don't claim any specific type of bearing anyway). For the price it usually goes for, i.e significantly cheaper than any of the aforementioned models or other alternatives like Corsair RM/RMx or various Seasonic Focus rebrands - that's a definitely good buy if you just need something on the budget side that works reliably without bells and whistles. Wouldn't recommend them for RTX3080/3090 tho as non-configurable multi-rail and very high transient power draw spikes may not mix well.Hey guys what do you think about the msi a750gf gold it is a worth to buy ?