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A Quick take on the Thermaltake GPU PSU

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Hey there again guys. Well I recently purchased the Thermaltake GPU PSU...More can be found about it here :http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...dx10-card.html.

Now I installed it without much issues at all. The Cabled are proffesionaly sleaved,Thus messy cables is a No.

Installation of the 24Pin adapter was very simple indeed...Easy for a beginner builder which is great. Its only downfall is that the 24 pin Adapater is large so can get hard to work around..Pitty.

Now to something im very impressed about...HEAT. I was worries that Heat coming from the GPU PSU would cause issues ...However i couldnt be more wrong....There is pretty much NIL Heat increase...This is no exageration either...Ive had it running on Load with the X1800GTO ( Not the most power consuming I know ) However regardless of that The GPU PSU unit only gets as warm as the Room ambient...Sweet.

Im also pleased to say that the Fan at the back of the GPU PSU draws air from within the case and pumps it out through the front...Great.

Anyways that was just a short take. If you have any questions feel free to ask.
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Nice

Good to hear it works out for you
    
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Sounds good, myself, I would have gotten the FSP, but it looks like a good product.
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The FSP for me just wasnt needed..Personally Thermaltake products have worked out well for me. The FSP was double the price and couldnt justify it really.
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I also have this unit and I would swear by it!

Powered dual 7900GTX's with it.. and it doesnt break a sweat!

Was a cheap solution to upgrading my 550W PSU. And now, I have a filtered, secondary PSU that only has to worry about my Video, while my main PSU doesnt have the burden anymore!

thats 3 birds with 1 stone!

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Sweet. Well im glad it worked out great for someone else also...Nice one.
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