Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W
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Thermaltake ToughPower XT 775W Power Supply Review
12 January 2011
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.
Pros: Reliable manufacturer, Stable rails, Good price point, Modular
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.
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...
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.
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.
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: 0 Flares 0 Flares × 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 .