Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake SP-850AH3CCB
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Value for money 10
Ease of setup 10
Awesome PSU for a higher end PC
1 week ago
Summary: Wonderful PSU. Provides plenty of watts, and has 70amps for your 12V. Modular design is great for getting rid of cables you don't need. Runs near silent, even under full load. Love this thing.
Summary: The product itself: The advertised features all work well. It fit my midtower case well, the modular cables allow you to hook up the minimum number of cables without extras obstructing airflow through your case. My system has not triggered any power conditioning warnings from my uninterruptible power supply like my previous one did. That being said, I purchased my Thermaltake SMART series 850W PSU during the 4th of July sales going on here.
Summary: Easy install. 24 pin / 8 pin is hard wired to unit. All other cables are modular. YOU CAN USE THIS IN A BOTTOM MOUNT CASE. I've installed this in an Antec 900 case as a replacement of a 750 that died. Wicked easy install. Newbie would have no problem performing this PSU swap.
Pros: Modular, Can be installed in bottom mount PSU Case application
Summary: Saw this PSU on the shelf for $99.95 an was like a 850W for that much especially TT i gotta get it. Well it rung up for $124.95 so had a PC sales guy dbl check with me an low an behold the sales sticker was wrong, for a different item but the PC sales Supervisor told him to give it to me for the $99. This PSU is all il ever need for a long time, and it even made my windows index score for CPU & RAM go up both by .5 each i was using a CM 450W PSU.
Summary: From box to pc startup, took me 20 minutes to install. Took me longer to get my old PSU out, then it did to put the new one in. I got this onsale for $99.99 so it was a pretty good deal, considering its $139.99 reg price. Tons of power for all your gaming needs, one of the best PSU on the market.
Pros: Easy setup, tons of cords for all your needs