In an alleged mail sent to a customer, Newegg has stated that it has started accepting returns for Gigabyte's GP-P850GM and GP-P750GM PSUs that have been labeled as "explosive" by reviewers.
Gigabyte recently said that it would RMA eligible units of the GP-P850GM and GP-P750GM as the units have been found to be potentially "explosive". However, the firm may be declining such requests.
A couple of Gigabyte PSU models, namely, GP-P850GM and GP-P750GM, were noted by reviewers as somewhat "explosive" during heavy stress. The company today has released a statement regarding the matter.
Newegg is seemingly bundling Gigabyte GP-P850GM and GP-P750GM PSUs alongside graphics cards via its Newegg Shuffle system. These PSUs have poor protection and apparently are very prone to explode.
Gigabyte has launched today its new AORUS-branded high-end PSU dubbed P1200W. The unique thing about this model is the presence of an LCD display that can even let you watch MP4 video files.