Reviews and Problems with Thermaltake TR2 TRX-1200M
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Ricky A., Newegg
30 March 2012
Summary: Even with the knowledge that I have and to remain unbiased, I will say that I like to go overboard on providing my systems with power. It's not running at peak capacity due to my rig not requiring the entirety of it.
Pros: - Runs extremely quiet even under severe loads. I'll even say my heatsink drowns it out completely, and thats quiet. - Plenty of power for your system to pull from, which also keeps you from worrying if you have enough. - Feels very solid, and is so
Cons: - A little large and weighty, but it's to be expected. It still fits in my mid tower comfortably.
Cons: I purchased 3 of these. The PSU failed on one so far. Made some loud sparks and pops. I switch the power switch on the PSU to the off posistion and it appears to be directly connecting the neutral to the power cable. Which causes the fuse breaker to blow. This seems pretty dangerous.
Pros: I went back and forth about which PS to get. Wattages...ratings... modular, etc. This thing is nice and surprisingly quiet, amp accurate, and has plenty more to give. Amazing price from newegg on sale.
Cons: Had to do rebate. I always try to avoid them...
Pros: Like someone speaking before the preview review High power, physical size, cable length, strong connections, 12V amperage.
Cons: I bought this Power supply to replace my old Thermaltake Toughpower 600W, and I have chosen this one because the dimensions provided, in Newegg site and Thermaltake site ; and for my surprise at time I mount this one in my armor Thermaltake VA8003BWS, This power supply is smaller in width and don...
Summary: The PSU produces solid stable voltages. The cables on this PSU are longer than most ive seen. For some reason there are 3 PCIe 8 to 6 adapters even though the two modular 8 pin cables are 6+2. The molex connections are nice and tight and have tabs to help with disconnection.