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Thermaltake Power Supply 240-Pin 750 Power Supply TPG-750M
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- Maximum Power: 750 W
- Form Factor: ATX 12V 2.3 & EPS 12V 2.91
- PFC (Power Factor Correction): Active PFC
- Fan: 14cm, 1900rpm +/-10%
- Connector: 1x 20+4pin Main Connector
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The power supply took a crap, started resetting breaker inside it while only pulling 435 watts from it total. This MIGHT not be a big deal, but I have made three attempts in the last 12 days at an RMA under the 7 year warranty (I have had it only 1.5 years), and Thermaltake will not respond to their automatic RMA system, or e-mails. With this customer service, and their recent problems with quality (and design theft), I will never purchase another Thermaltake product again.
As an EE, I used a benchtop supply to provide the 3.3 standby voltage this supply uses, and forced it to come on, then it worked fine. Will be returning this.
I have 2 of these 1 died after only 2 months, the other has been running for 8 months so we will see, maybe it was just defective.
However... just recently after over a year of no problems, the AFCI breaker in my bedroom where the PC is located, started tripping randomly whenever I'm playing games or using the PC. The breaker will give a report of what made it trip, either an arc fault, ground fault or overload. In my case it always gives an "Arc Fault" reading when it trips. I'm scheduled to have an electrician investigate and I'm fairly confident that is no fault of this PSU. But it is strange that I've had no problems and then all of a sudden this.
On the PSU's performance? It's fantastic. SUPER QUIET The fan only comes on after the PC's been running 20 mins or so, and then only at it's slowest speeds. My PC is not enough to tax it much I guess, LOL. The case fans are really quiet and I can't hear the PSU over the fans!
I have an Intel i7 930 (not OC'd), Zalman oversized CPU cooler, 12GB Crucial Balistix Ram, 1TB WD Raptor HD, XFX Radeon 7870 graphics card, 5 NXZT cooling fans (3x120mm and 2x140mm) and the NZXT fan controller.
If you have similar specs, you could most likely do with the next size down PSU easily, but I thought I might get a second video card and maybe tinker with overclocking, so I got this one. But like I said my setup doesn't even come close to pushing this excellent PSU.
Despite my home electrical issues, I highly recommend it.
My system peaks out at around 500W, as reported by my UPS. This power supply stays cool and voltages stay properly regulated. Have not verified efficiency but 500W should be the sweet spot for this piece of power supply engineering according to several online reviews.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
really nice and quiet. but the fans have been making a lot of noise lately,but overall a good productPublished 17 months ago by Henry W.
thermaltake case so the supply went right in. optional cables kept my case from being cluttered. would like some cables with different ends instead of all the same. Read morePublished on January 14, 2014 by patch
This is not the first TPG-750M that I have purchased. What I love about them is you pick and choose what cables to plug in rather than fight to hide messy cables that do not plug... Read morePublished on November 5, 2013 by Robert K Keller
Great Design. Energy saver fan technology is great! I'm glad this PSU came with a full pack of modular cables!Published on May 30, 2013 by Andrew John Todd
This has more then enough power has 80+ Gold Grand rating with 140mm very silent fan, make this a perfect power supply for my 24/7 Game Server.Published on May 9, 2013 by Bad Dad
I ordered this power supply because of the style and look. Unfortunately the power supply I have received is NOT the same as the picture shown. Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by DragonFlames