|Item model number||PS-TPG-0650DPCGUS-G|
|Item Weight||2.75 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.08 x 5.9 x 3.38 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||7.08 x 5.9 x 3.38 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||August 5, 2014|
Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G 650W Digital 80+ Gold Fully Modular ATX 12V 2.31/EPS 12V 2.92 Power Supply 10 YR Warranty PS-TPG-0650DPCGUS-G
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|Item Dimensions||7.08 x 5.90 x 3.38 inches||13.78 x 13.78 x 10.43 inches||12.40 x 6.12 x 8.19 inches||5.91 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches||5.90 x 5.50 x 3.40 inches|
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Thermaltake Tough power DPS G 650W Digital SLI/Crossfire Ready Continuous Power ATX12V v2.31 / SSI EPS v2.92 80 PLUS GOLD Certified 7 Year Warranty Full Modular Active PFC Power Supply Has well Ready PS-TPG-0650DPCGUS-G
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I did not find in my first PS but the second one has little rubber spacers you put on the rounded corners to take up this space. A lot of extra and unnecessary work...they should just square the corners.
I would probably buy the PS again but only as a backup because the price is good but only if i cant get my regular PS. All because of these goofy rounded corners.
Seems pretty quiet and a little larger crowding some of my cables in the case that i used but ok. Also main power supply header that goes to the motherboard is broken into 2 separate connections on the back of the PS. This is the big one i am talking about, in addition to the smaller 12v connection. So 3 separate plug connections on teh back of the PS.
Other than that I'm not certain that this PSU was up to the task of the system I built, which was rated for around 550w peak. However frequent power faults were observed in windows and it's unclear if the PSU or the motherboard are the culprit.
What i don't like about this PU is the color scheme. There are 2 PCI outlets not 3.
I agree with the poster that the images in the advertisement show a different device than the one that is shipped. The images show three PCIE ports when there are only two as shown in the photo I have attached. This is a weird thing to lie about because who needs three PCIE lines? I guess if you are running triple GPUs in SLI or something it would come up, but it's a weird use case. I don't see it influencing a purchasing decision.
I am dumb, and I was connecting the incorrect prongs on the motherboard to actually boot the PC. This power supply MAY actually work, however I have already purchased a replacement PSU.
I will leave 3 stars because I'm sure it actually works, however I was able to purchase a 750W cheaper.