I've searched around, but I haven't found an answer to this particular question yet.
I'm building an elecromechanical project which requires somewhere around 60 Amps at 12 Volts. While this may not really be high amperage, it's more than the <10A supplies I've worked with before. I've been trying to understand how to pick the right power supply for my needs, but I'm not sure I understand everything that factors into the decision.
I'm fairly certain I want a regulated switching power supply, but I'm not really sure what differentiates the many available on the market.
For example, I see this 750 watt power supply from jameco: https://www.jameco.com/z/SP-750-12-MEAN-WELL-AC-to-DC-Switching-Enclosed-Power-Supply-12-Volts-62-5-Amps-750-Watts_319944.html
What makes it so different (and more expensive) than this EVGA PC power supply: https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=220-G2-0750-XR
They both give me 62 amps on the 12V rail, and in fact, the EVGA is more efficient. So what other discriminating factors should I be looking at?