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Date First Available
May 17, 2005
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Had a brand new EVGA 500 watt power supply go bad on me with my kids computer. I ordered this after considering other similarly priced ones from EVGA and corsair. I went with this ultimately because I've had no problems with my other Termaltake 650 watt on my primary machine, the prime same day delivery option was available and I needed it fast.
It got me up and running so that was the primary goal. The only complain I would have is that only the main MB power cord is braided. The others are a somewhat unpleasing yellow/red/black wire combination. The evga cors where all braided which is just nicer from an aesthetics point of view. But the important thing is it just works
The design looks good and has more than enough power for a high end PC setup with single GPU. But unfortunately this PSU only comes with one 8-pin PCI-e connector so if you have a video card that requires 2 8-pin PCI-e connectors, this PSU is no good. I initially bought this for my GTX 980 only to find out upon opening the box to discover this problem. I wished the product description was more detailed about what's included.
When it comes to power supplies Thermaltake is unmatched in quality and longevity. The 430 watt is great for most any computer older and newer. If you have a super rig with multiple video cards and your whole box lights up chances are you're needing some more wattage. If this is for grandma computer this is probably the one.
I've bought dozens of these over the years for friends computers or my own and rarely do I have to replace them for years to come. I've used other or had friends not take my recommendation and they've always regretted it.
In all comes packaged well with all the components. Cables are labeled for the most part or the instructions tell you where to plug things in. When you open it you can tell this is real quality.
Was easy to install and got my computer up and going again if you're new to putting in a PSU I would advise you label which cables go to which connectors on your existing PSU before you remove it especially if there are cables on the new one that will not be used in your system
This brand power supply is my go to power supply for basic PC builds that don't have high graphics cards installed. I have installed over 50 Thermaltake power supplies and I have never had one fail. You can't go wrong with a Thermaltake power supply. The cables are long enought to use in a full tower case.
I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this PSU at this price point. It appears solidly built and although not modular, it had plenty cabling options and sufficient wiring length for just about any configuration. It has not been in use for long, but it has been very stable so far.