Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake ToughPower GRAND 750W
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Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 750W Power Supply Review
16 October 2010
Excerpt: Power supplies are sort of an odd topic to worry about when you are starting a new computer build. It’s one of those items that you are never quite sure about what the difference is between different brands because all you really care about is the wattage and what power is needed for my system. Most people can get by with around 650W-750W power supplies for 3-5 years and never needed a new one again even if they upgrade their PC.
Excerpt: For as long as I can remember, power supplies have been coming to my load tester in the same old rectangular boxes. Once in a while the size of the box will change, but never the form factor itself. Thermaltake has dropped their latest and greatest into my lap today, and to my surprise they've actually tried to do something different. The Toughpower Grand series doesn't just come in a regular metal box, it comes in a box with fancy rounded corners.
Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 750 W Power Supply Review
28 September 2010
Summary: The new Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 750 W is a good power supply. During our tests it achieved very high efficiency, peaking above 90%, extremely low noise and ripple levels, and an adequate number of connectors for a 750 W product. Due to its highly overspec’ed components, we could easily pull 880 W from it.
However, compared to other 80 Plus Gold power supplies, it is not the best game in town.
ThermalTake ToughPower Grand 750W Power Supply Review
9 September 2010
Excerpt: 1 Flares 1 Flares × 2010 has been a great year for high quality power supplies with some fantastic releases from leading manufacturers such as Corsair and Enermax. We have reviewed many of the leading supplies such as the AX1200 , AX850 and Revolution 85+ 1020W . Today we looking at a new model in the Thermaltake range, the Toughpower Grand 750w which is 80 PLUS gold certified. Thermaltake are claiming over 90% efficiency.