Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake sp-750ah3ccb
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750w Modular: Update, 2 years later
Marcus A., Newegg
10 June 2015
Summary: i wouldn't spend $115 on this 750w version but if you can get it below $85 it's a good deal. running my: i7-4790K @ 4.6GHz 2x 4GB DDR3 2400 8GB 290X 2x 2TB, 2x 1TB SATA3 7200rpm HDs & 2x 256GB SSDs Thermaltake Water 3.0 Extreme 2x 120mm & 2x 140mm fans Corsair 500R case + external USB 3.0 drives...
Pros: was at a very nice price when i picked it up, ~$80. runs very quiet. stay cool even with heavy 1440p gaming going on. Corsair 500R w extra fans helps with that. cables are easily managed and tucked away. 500R also helps with this. mostly modular.
Cons: very ugly graphics printed on the side facing out.
Summary: I used to be a Thermaltake Fan boy but after the Run-Around I've gotten on my warranties from both Newegg and Thermaltake they have lost a loyal customer
Pros: I own 2 of these. One works, and is a great .
Cons: The second one broke two months after recieving it and it has been a NIGHTMARE to try and get fixed I used to recommend Thermaltake to Everyone, now after dealing with their Customer support to get my 5 rear warranty Covered I won't be using them in anymore builds.
Summary: I knew I was pushing it when I decided to buy a second gtx 770 but it's been a few months and this PSU has not skipped a beat. Did plenty of gaming, benchmarking, torture testing and some light overclocking.
Pros: Flat modular cables Price I guess lots of cables included
Pros: I've used many Thermaltake power supplies in the past, all good, and this one is no exception. Runs an i5-4690K, a GTX770 superclocked, and 4 hard drives no problems. The flat wiring and the ability to plug only the cables you need in to the PS is great for wire management.
Summary: I bought mine form another merchant for about 1/3 of what Newegg is charging. $110 is too much for this unit. $80 would be a better price because of the 5 year warranty. or $70 if you get the new version with a 3 year warranty.
Pros: works well. super quiet and powers a system with a superclocked GTX 770 with ease. i love the ribbon cables. cable management is a breeze. mine says 5 year warranty on the box.
Cons: unreasonable MRSP, so you have to catch it on sale.