Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Dr. Power II
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Perfect PSU Tester
5 June 2014
Summary: This is a pretty well made tester for the price. Especially if you compare it to some of the same priced testers, that come with cheap plastic parts. Get this Dr. Power II and you won't be sorry!
Summary: This is by far one of the best purchases I've made. This is a vital tool to test a new/old power supply to make sure it works before or to troubleshoot if you think your PSU is causing you issues. The ports are easy identifiable and also have labels. I haven't had any real problems installing or removing my connections but sometimes they will stick but you just have to give it some muscle. I figure after a while they will loosen up a bit.
Summary: Works great for testing suspect PSUs computers. Blue display shows all the relevant voltages on the different rails. Great feature: the display changes from blue to a lurid red color if one of the voltages goes out of kilter. Great for those PSUs that have to run for awhile before the voltages start going out of spec.
Summary: I do a fair amount of computer building and trouble shooting and the need for an easy to use PSU tester is a necessity. This Thermaltake unit fits the bill and gives a read out of all the PSU connections in a couple of minutes. No extra cords are needed as it runs off the PSU main power plug.
Summary: Had my whole IT kit stolen from my car and had to replace everything including my PSU tester. I had a basic one that did the job but wanted something with more detail and I like Thermaltake so decided to give it a try. Works great- is nice to see actual voltages etc. Unit has nice fit and finish and seems well made.