Thermaltake ToughPower 750W Power Supply

Introduction

Date 2006-09-28
Provider: Thermaltake
Author: Niko Lupala
Editor: Amber Lupala

Thermaltake ToughPower 750W Power Supply

Today it’s time for us to take a look at a power supply once again. Thermaltake has been making new power supplies lately and today we take a look at the Toughpower 750W, yes you read right 750W that is quite amazing. Numbers are easy to print so the question is can it perform also? How stable are the rails?

Specifications:

Complies with ATX 12V 2.2 & EPS 12V version
SLI, Cross-Fire, and Dual Core CPU ready
Next generation four +12V rails(12V1, 12V2, 12V3, 12V4) supports high-end graphic card and PC system (combined loading of 60A)
Independent Voltage Circuit: offers unflappable current delivery under heavy load and makes voltage output more stable
Active Power Factor Correction (PF>0.99) and high efficiency (up to 85%)
Extremely good voltage regulation (�3%): provides steady voltage for system
Industrial grade components (capacitor, transformer, etc)
High reliability: MTBF>120,000 hours
Mirror effect housing and reliable 14cm ball-bearing fan
Protections: Over Current, Over Voltage, and Short-Circuit protection
Safety / EMI Approvals: CE, CB, TUV, FCC, UL, CUL, and BSMI certified

The product:


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Thermaltake has always made really good packages for their products, they know that a badly made package does not attract customers or the product can break during shipping, therefore it’s packed in a cardboard box and packed in bubble wrap.

On the front you got a small picture of the product and on the back you can read about the main features that this new power supply holds.


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So what do you get with the power supply? Well you get a manual, anti-vibration pad and a power cable. The power supply itself is not modular but most of the manufacturers are leaving this technique due to connection problems with the modular cables. The case on the unit is black which is now a standard color.


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This power supply actually runs four 12V rails on 18 amps each. I am looking forward to sharing the test results with you so we can see how stable the rails actually are. On the bottom of the PSU they have mounted the fan and black fan grill, it’s actually not a separate fan grill as they have cut out of the case itself to make the fan grill.

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