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Thermaltake TPG-750M
8.0 out of 10

Thermaltake TPG-750M

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Overall 6

If you like crickets

James E., Newegg
18 November 2015
  • Pros: It works
  • Cons: This is 3 years old and the fan sounds like a cricket it has a 5 year warrant and there is a sticker that reads the warranty is void if opened so I haven't opened it to replace the fan it started this around year 2. I contacted thermaltake but didn't get a response. Probably just replace it with ...
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Overall 2

Lasted 1 year

Timothy M., Newegg
16 January 2014
  • Summary: Bought Nov. 2012 Died Jan 2014 Computer measured maximum current draw 380 watts. So basically this power supply can't reliably handle half its rated output.
  • Pros: Nice looking power supply with lots of features
  • Cons: Died after 1 year
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Overall 10

Works great

John H., Newegg
22 November 2013
  • Pros: Had to buy it to support my bigger graphic card, and I have not had any problems out of it as of yet. It runs quiet which is great, and it was easy to install.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10

Thermaltake Quality Product

Kevin B., Newegg
28 March 2013
  • Summary: Had to place fan side down, thankfully i got a thermaltake case with it has an air input underneath the case.
  • Pros: -Very Quiet. -Great wire management. -Powers my system along with 2x7870 in crossfire.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10

Works, good for it's sales price

Andrew M., Newegg
21 March 2013
  • Summary: I bought it knowing it wasn't fully modular, and about the rounded corners, both were in the pictures. The red power switch that is shown in the picture has been replaced with a traditional one.
  • Pros: 80 + Gold, 750 watts, thick cables, carrying bag to hold extra cables. Came with screws that were long enough.
  • Cons: Not fully modular. Has rounded corners (does come with rubber inserts to fill in spots at back of case. Screws are silver.
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Overall 4

Not as Advertised

THOMAS L., Newegg
14 January 2013
  • Summary: Got it at a good price and it may be a good unit. It works but so did the budget 500w one it replaced. Wires are very stiff. Decide for yourself if that's pro or con. Good quality wires but sometimes very difficult to maneuver for cable management.
  • Pros: Works. Quiet. Screws were long enough.
  • Cons: Did not match the description on their website. No illuminated push-button switch they brag so much about but a typical non-illuminated rocker switch. No illuminated logo as advertised. No cable straps as advertised. Two cable clams...not four as advertised. Internals do not match pictures here o...
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Overall 8

User Review

Brock C., Newegg
28 December 2012
  • Pros: #1 Silent while under heavy overclocking load, decent enough for 1 discrete high end graphic card. Hasn't needed to turn on its fan yet. #2 5 year warranty, branded caps, got tired of buying a new psu every 2 years. #3 molded cables are firm enough to maintain shape during install before you wire...
  • Cons: Shipped without internal mounting psu screws, highly important due to the fact it has rounded edges and psu screws needed to be slightly longer. To ship new screws was $8.95 from thermaltake, only had to pay for shipping. Ouch.
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Overall 10

Great PSU

Joseph H., Newegg
18 December 2012
  • Summary: Thermaltake upgraded me to this psu for free when my 775 watt lower end model had some coil whine issues, costumer service was amazing and knowledgable and I'm happy for the free upgrade.
  • Pros: Great price, runs my rig with sli and overclocking just fine and it is very quiet. The modular cables are high quality and easy to cable manage. Great costumer service
  • Cons: None so far
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Overall 10

Excellent quality

robert g., Newegg
6 April 2012
  • Summary: This PSU is very underrated by the pros, only because Corsair and Seasonic etc own this space. This PSU is a slight notch below, BUT......can be bought for much much cheaper. Power, quality vs price is excellent...Do not hesitate.
  • Pros: Bought elsewhere for 120, but do own it. 1. QUIET!! 2. Stable power, and can get 850w no problem 3. looks great, japanese capcitors 4. Gold certified 5. Semi-modular, only modular where it needs to be
  • Cons: Weird power button, but not enough to drop an egg
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Overall 2


Justin T., Newegg
29 March 2012
  • Summary: Thermaltake better handle this swiftly. Very unsatisfied for the amount of money I've spent on this build. AMD FX-8120 Zambezi 3.1GHz Socket AM3+ 125W Eight-Core Desktop Processor FD8120FRGUBOX ASUS M5A97 AM3+ AMD 970 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard with UEFI BIOS HITACHI Deskstar 7K1000.D...
  • Pros: It looks nice in the Thermaltake case I bought for the build. Super clean install. Pretty lights in the back panel for extra show.
  • Cons: HASN'T WORKED RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX!!! Tested in two different machines. Now I have to advance RMA the product with Thermaltake and pay for shipping to them and more than likely back as well. Meaning I'll end up paying 300 dollars for a power supply that was purchased at half the cost. I could hav...
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