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post #51 of 84
I only buy TT power supplies, my old Toughpower Modular 750watt was going strong and never let me down and my Qfan 750 is even stronger, although i must admit that the sinlge rail design is very powerful
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Well at least it's new, and has 2 year warraty with thermaltake. According to the sticker, the +12v1 is rated for 25A, and +12v2 is rated for 20A. Does this seem right to you?
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I only buy TT power supplies, my old Toughpower Modular 750watt was going strong and never let me down and my Qfan 750 is even stronger, although i must admit that the sinlge rail design is very powerful
this whole article is on how some are bad. You did the right thing by buying the good TT power supplies, but this was written to tell you not to "buy only TT power supplies."
post #54 of 84
I know what it was about, but eveyone on this thread is bashing them when they do make some very compeditive PSU's and i would like to vouch for them as they have kept my computer alive for quite a long time on a hard load
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Well at least it's new, and has 2 year warraty with thermaltake. According to the sticker, the +12v1 is rated for 25A, and +12v2 is rated for 20A. Does this seem right to you?
Sounds like a typical low-end unit. The practical limits are probably 20A and 17A, with a total combined output of 30A. My guesstimation.
post #56 of 84
No, everyone is bashing the cheap ones while everyone also says the good ones are good. The two you have had are the ones people here have said are good. They kept your computer alive for quite a long time on a hard load because they're good, but had they been the bad ones, they would have been bad.
post #57 of 84
I have a TR2, with my rig should I get rid of it immediately and look for another one? Or should I just hang with it until my new bulldozer rig sometime next year? I'm a gamer.
Edited by kchris - 6/9/10 at 9:37pm
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What's the "W0" model #?
post #59 of 84
Ran into a guy at one of my local forums, he just bought 5 (five!) TT Toughpower 1500 watters. To feed his multi-GTX480 F@H rigs. Personally I would have advised him to go for something like the Silverstone 1500W or something even less powerful for that matter. But oh well, he didn't ask.
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what's the "w0" model #?


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