NZXT first launched their HALE series of power supply units (PSU) in support of the 80Plus movement which is all about power efficiency. They original series was constructed with modular cabling, came in white, and used a DC to DC Seasonic internal design. Then they launched a new HALE82 series at CES 2012 which was less expensive than the 80Plus Gold HALE90s. At COMPUTEX 2012 this year, the HALE N series brings costs down further. This series isn’t modular and doesn’t use DC to DC, but still follows similar internal design. The goal of this new series was to give users an even more cost effective, high efficiency, option. Naturally, we wanted to know if The NZXT HALE82N 750 Power Supply still provides great performance at a lower cost. Let’s find out!