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Good psu...its good...A big plus is also that if you decide to add a better graphics card like we did, it was much easier to add it by having this power supply....Only drawback I've is that I didn't think about what graphics cards I wanted to run in my system, but I use GTX 980 single card in my system and this is more than enough power for it.
This Thermaltake SMART Series SP-650P power supply delivers 650W maximum output and 780W peak output and supports Intel® ATX 12V v2.3 and EPS 12V standards. A 120mm fan with intelligent temperature control cools your components.
Maintain the optimal temperature of your machine with this Thermaltake fan. Designed to increase static pressure, the fan blade pushes out weaker air to pressurize the air, and the anti-vibration mounting system minimizes movement during use for stability. This Thermaltake fan has a face-up design, so you can see the RGB lights.
good stuff...Great buy!...This one met the wattage needs and I was pleasantly surprised with the cabling and length as well as the quick release power connections....If I didn't have a powerful case fan in between the two components to blow air out, I believe I would be on the market for a totally new machine altogether....I bought this item on Black Friday, so it is so amazing power supply.
TR2 series is designed with mainstream PC in mind. With Thermaltake's state-of-the-art circuitry design capability and advanced packaging technology, it is capable of providing the same level of high efficiency and power protection that you have come to expect from Thermaltake's full range of power supply. TR2 series power supply all carries an industry-leading 5 Year Limited Warranty for the ultimate piece of mind.
Good unit...No issues!...Bought my third power supply after blowing the second time ughhh this power supply is good for casual gaming with a casual set up I have Amd- 4170/8gb ram/ 500gb hard drive/ Amd- 6770/ with no combo drive installed puts it below 350 wats which is fine for casual gaming I will have to upgrade later for a better PC setup---- The power supply is working fine but ill advise not to buy this if your going for a higher end PC set up that will require more watts...Still, all-in-all, this PSU is thus far working very well for me and I consider it to be a good deal and a high-quality product.
This 430W power supply supports most Intel® and AMD processors and is compatible with NVIDIA and ATI/AMD graphics cards for wide-ranging compatibility. Built-in fans automatically adjust speed according to temperature for low operating noise.