Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W
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Thermaltake ToughPower XT 775W Power Supply Review
29 September 2013
Conclusion: Conclusion The Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W power supply is very similar to the Toughpower cable management 1200W that we looked at quite some time ago, especially when you look in the styling department. They both follow the same design which seems to tear the Toughpower series away from the competitors.
Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W Modular Power Supply Review
18 May 2010
Summary: Final Thoughts
The Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W is a healthy contribution to the market. It’s aimed at the upper-middle range of machines and budgets, as it’s running approximately $125 at online retailers.
The trio of LEDs on the side is a nice touch, and for someone like me who likes subtle lighting inside a case, it’s welcome.
Summary: We have come to expect clean, reliable and robust power supplies from Thermaltake and the Toughpower XT 775W certainly does not disappoint. Appearing very much like other units in the Toughpower XT series, the 775W features a compact, rugged frame, semi-modular design and includes all of the amenities of previous models such as S.P.T. status monitoring, quiet temperature/load controlled fan, 80 Plus efficiency and nVidia/ATI multi-gpu certification.
Summary: Thermaltake always promoted their XT PSU series as very high quality products and the newest 775W model is no exception. The manufacturing quality and design are excellent, something to be expected from a product designed by CWT, and Thermaltake chose well sized and good quality components for this product.
Excerpt: Thermaltake comes to us today with yet another revision to their Toughpower XT lineup. This time, we're looking at a 775 watt model that promises higher efficiency than the previous generation XT units. Let's see if they got that minor rail ripple issue fixed too, while they were at it.
Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775 W Power Supply Review
16 February 2010
Summary: The new Toughpower XT models (575 W, 675 W, 775 W and 875 W) have absolutely nothing to do with the previous Toughpower and Toughpower XT units, as they use a completely different internal design (synchronous design with DC-DC converters). This allowed the 775 W unit to achieve a higher efficiency and lower noise levels compared to the “old” 750 W model from the XT series.
Excerpt: Founded in 1999, Thermaltake is now one of the most recognizable and prevalent manufacturers in the PC hardware business. So much so that many if not most PC enthusiasts own or have used one of their products- CPU heatsinks, fans, cases, and of course- power supplies. Just days ago, Thermaltake launched a few new units under their Toughpower XT brand name. We are pleased to say that XCPUs has received a review sample of the 775w model.
Pros: 5 Year Warranty, Modular Cabling, 80 Plus Bronze Efficiency Rating, Good Voltage Regulation and Ripple Characteristics, Reasonable Price
Cons: Sleeving Does not extend into the PSU casing, Some Teapo Brand Taiwanese Capacitors
Excerpt: Clearly aimed at gaming and high-end desktops, the Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W comes with both Nvidia SLI and ATI CrossFire certification. It can happily deliver power to a wide range of system components including mid- to high-performance PCI Express graphics cards.
Pros: Meets manufacturers' performance specifications, Decent standby efficiency, The tested rails were all within the ATX specified tolerances, Has a good total power efficiency
Cons: May require a bigger PC case, In terms of decibels, it's a bit louder than most, Output cables were quite warm to the touch at higher load levels
Excerpt: Thermaltake have a solid reputation for building capable and efficient power supplies and today we are looking at one of the four new units in their latest Toughpower XT Series – the 775 . These range in output capacity from the entry level 575W to the high end 875W and they are supplied with modular cables.