- Brand Name: Antec
- Model Number: TPQ 1200
Antec True Power Quattro 1200 (TPQ 1200)
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- 6 +12V output circuits, delivering 38A each rail, and DC to DC Voltage Regulator; Modules ensure supreme system stability
- Designed to support dual GPUs and dual/quad core CPUs
- NVIDIA SLI Ready certified
- 80 PLUS Silver certified 85% or more efficiency at 20%, 50%, and 100% load, 80mm cooling fan uses Pulse Width Modulation for whisper-quiet operation
- Industrial grade protection circuitry prevents damage resulting from short circuits (SCP), over voltages (OVP) and over current (OCP)
- Under Voltage Protection UVP); Universal Input and Active PFC allow the Quattro to operate
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Using this power supply with its built in capacitors seems to have fixed that problem completely.
Long story short, I had two 6970 OC'd graphics cards that needed an 8 pin AND 6 pin cable for EACH card. That's 2 x 8 and 2 x 6. But with this power supply I only needed two cables, because it comes with a dual-head configurable cable for each card. It's designed for dual card setups and that's a great design choice. Each of these dedicated graphics card cables contain two connectors each. You can literally do any combination: 2 x 6, 2 x 8, or 6 x 8. The extra 2 pins snap on to the side of the 6 pin connector for each of the two ends on the cable.
The only downside is size. This is bigger than whatever you're using now-- it was bigger than an Antec TruPower850, which was bigger than my previous Antec 550 I had years ago in the same case. I have an Antec P180 case and this thing was so long that it required I remove the fan in the lower section. So plan ahead for your cooling needs and space requirements.
Pros: Easy cable management. Built for SLI / Crossfire. 1200 watts and highly reliable. Surprisingly quiet.
Cons: It's huge-- but I don't know how you can realistically avoid that.
It includes enough hard-wired connectors to connect most anything you should want for your system, and enough extra expansion connections to include 2 towers worth of pci-express cards. Also of note is the 6 rails for dissipating power much better across everything, to keep power surges and abuse to the power supply to a minimum. One downside, the Quattro is just small enough to fit in my Mid-Tower case; it is definitely designed for a full tower, so make sure you take the measurements into consideration.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My friend could not use it as it didn't come with a electrical cord.Published 8 days ago by Kevin Maskell
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The PSU works wonderfully. No issues. Its got everything I could want/need and more! Plus room to add more to it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Justin Christopher
This power supply works well. I push up to a kilowatt through these and they run just fine and the voltage is stable. Read morePublished on September 19, 2011 by AK
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