Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Dr. Power II
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Voltage OK, but could not detect failed Thermaltake PSU
13 March 2014
Summary: A couple months ago my computer was starting to fail. It periodically would not boot when the power button was pressed. I opened the computer and found that the blue stand-by LED on my motherboard was flickering when the computer would not boot.
Summary: I bought this tester because it looked a little more sturdy then some of the cheaper testers out there. Well you know how sometimes (all the time) both sides of a 4pin molex connection won't line up quite right and you have to really finesse it to get it together?
Summary: Was able to quickly diagnose a questionable power supply. Took longer to figure out how to plug in the CPU power cables because the sockets weren't snug (allowed the connectors to fit in several orientations despite being keyed).
Summary: The unit is easy to use and gives comprehensive results. I'm marking it down for cosmetic reasons, though. It came with a length of Sellotape wrapped around the top. I removed this tape (minus bits I'm still finding, which tore off the main length), but this left a sticky mess which has resisted my...