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Antec True Power Quattro 1200 (TPQ 1200)

2.2 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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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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  • Brand Name: Antec
  • Model Number: TPQ 1200

Product Description

Combining 1200 watts of stable and quiet power with cutting-edge efficiency and style, the NVIDIA SLI -Ready certified TPQ-1200 blasts ahead of the competition. Six +12V rails deliver unbeatably stable power that earns the incredibly rare 80 PLUS Silver distinction, the highest independently; certified standard in energy efficiency. In addition, the TPQ-1200 boasts a Pulse Width Modulation; (PWM) fan that uses server-grade technology to deliver unbelievably quiet cooling. Universal Input and Active PFC allow the TPQ-1200 to operate efficiently on any power grid in the world, while gold-plated connectors provide superior conductivity. Advanced Hybrid Cable Management lets builders reduce clutter, and industrial grade protection circuitry keeps systems safe and stable. Factor in the slick racing stripe paint job, and the TPQ-1200 leaves every other power supply in the dust.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.9 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches
Item Weight 6.5 pounds
Shipping Weight 10.1 pounds
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ASIN B002EP30GK
Item model number TPQ 1200
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2.2 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

2.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,699 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Power Supplies
Date first available at Amazon.com July 20, 2009

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By Rocker D'Antonio on May 11, 2011
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I have inconsistent power in my house which sometimes kills electrical components. I had just bought a twin SLI GeForce 560 TI box and after a week I realized that the power supply was causing hardware faults and blue screens of death. This is not uncommon in our house with its old wiring.
Using this power supply with its built in capacitors seems to have fixed that problem completely.
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The Quattro so far has been up and running for about a month now and seems to provide flawless power to my system which includes a 5970 (dual gpu) card, water cooling fans and pump, dual core LGA775 system, 2HDD, and 4gb of ram. The last power supply was a 750 that was outdatted with lack of 8pin pcix adapters so with the new power hungry card I selected this power supply which comes with more connectors than I need now, but should provide a good future upgrade path to either hexacore systems (AMD/Intel).
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There are the obvious things about this Power Supply that will get you looking. It's 1200 watts, runs at high efficiency so the reported wattage is actually what you consistently get, and it's Antec, a trusted brand. But beyond the obvious is where this shines.

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.
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I am running 2 radeon hd6970 video cards in crossfire and 9 fans (4 pwm) and 2 liquid cooling pumps with complete loops with this and everything works like a charm. This is a large power supply. (8 inches from the case mounting surface plus another inch or so for the cable outlet)
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do not Purchase this psu is Dangerous its a rebranded chinese psu i personally owned one of these Endup Exploding with a massive blue fireball. and damage the motherboard. according to the blog of one of the people involved in designing it it will explode in under a month on minimum load and he personnally tested it on less to see what happens . when pulling 5 volts 1 amp it explodes in about a hour you have been warned!
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The Antec True Power Quattro 1200 is definitely one of the most affordable high-powered power supply on the market currently. And if my experience is any indication, it's definitely the answer for an upgrade for any system that needs a boost in power and a little help in the airflow/organization department.

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.
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