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Thermaltake sp-750ah3ccb

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Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake sp-750ah3ccb

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Overall 10

Five Stars

Beatriz, Amazon
22 July 2014
Overall 10


Richard, Amazon
3 May 2014
  • Summary: Love everything about this PSU so far. It's quiet, and doesn't really create any sort of exhaust heat that I can feel (despite it powering an XFX R9 280x, and an AMD FX 9370)
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Overall 10

works very well

CAPD, Amazon
4 April 2014
  • Summary: ...runs very well on my PC, I have 4 HDD, 1 videio card, 2 RAM cards, and optical drive, and a memory card reader. ...has a lot of cables, all modulars, and I connected all without the need of getting more. ..
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Overall 10

Runs my system just fine

John the Revelator, Amazon
2 April 2014
  • Summary: So far so good. I'm not sure why the old one shot craps, but think it may have been a power surge. Am not sure why the surge protector didn't catch it.
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Overall 8

Quiet and powerful

Terry, Amazon
21 February 2014
  • Summary: I was running into issues where my machine would hang with a 600w power supply. Once I installed this, my problems went away. Very quiet and it moves a bunch of air. The modular cables are great, I wish there were more cables vs a bunch of connectors on each cable. Will buy another!
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Overall 10

Quiet Power Supply - Love the Modular Cables

Anthony Lombardi, Amazon
2 February 2014
  • Summary: All the power you need. The plug in cables permit you to only attach the cables you need, so there aren't a lot of extra, unused cables consuming space within the case. My motherboard has three PCIe x16 slots, but the power supply only has two power connections for the PCie cards. This shouldn't be a problem for me since I don't anticipate using the third slot, but if I do in the future, I will have to buy another power supply. Oh, and the power supply is very quiet!
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Overall 2


Ryan Lurtz, Amazon
2 December 2013
  • Summary: Do not buy, it only lasted a month and a half! Can't even handle an MSI GTX 760 It will just say 'Nope' and turn off.
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Overall 10

The last power supply you'll ever buy

John, Amazon
12 November 2013
  • Summary: I've had Thermaltake PSU's on other computers and they have all been consistently high quality devices. They are quiet and efficient. The components inside these power supplies are full sized components and not cheaply made miniatures. Thermaltake builds PSU's to last. I installed this particular one on a gaming computer I have at home and am totally pleased with it. The PSU on my work computer is coming to the end of its useful life.
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Overall 4

started causing power surges

Joey, Amazon
9 November 2013
  • Summary: This product worked for about 45 days flawlessly. I must say it does well at providing power to all the components. However, after that 45 day mark (which, coincidentally, is the day the return policy expired where i bought it...) it began providing too much power when I boot up a game. Thankfully I have an ASUS Z87 Plus Motherboard, which has anti-surge and turns off whenever this happens. So basically it starts malfunctioning after about a month or so.
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Overall 10

A Good Power Supply

Ray Kliesing, Amazon
11 September 2013
  • Summary: I chose this power supply for my very first computer build. It looks very good in my black case and matched the color accents on my ASRock Z77 Extreme6 motherboard. It is silent and delivers all the power I should ever need for this build. I have been running this PS in my build for 8-months now without any problems. And being a modular PS, it is great for cable management.
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