Thermaltake ToughPower 750W Power Supply

Closer look

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

Thermaltake ToughPower 750W Power Supply

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In the back you got ventilation holes to vent out the hot air so the power supply remains cool and stable. Then you of course have the power cable plugin and On/Off button. As said earlier this is not a modular power supply. On this power supply you have the following connectors:

24-pin Main Connector X 1
4-pin +12V Power Connector X 1
4-pin Floppy Drive Connector X 2
6-pin PCI Express Connector X 2
8-pin +12V Power Connector X 1
4-pin Peripheral Power Connector X 8
5-pin S-ATA Connector X 6


MSI 955X Platinum
Intel P4 3,8GHz
ATI Radeon X300
Maxtor 80GB HDD 7200 RPM

Idle voltages were taken idling in Windows and full loads was taken while running loops of Pcmark2005.

3,3V Testing:

3.3V rails are usually the most stable, you don’t see much changes in them even under load and as we can see on the graph that is true. Lets look at the 5V instead which might be more interesting to you.

5V Testing:

The 5V rail actually has the same tendecy as the 3.3V we were unable to get this to move at all even under full load. Everything so far has been rock stable so lets switch page to see how the 12V rail performs.

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