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    Default Thermaltake smart 500w white

    Thermaltake Smart 500W 80+ White Certified PSU, Continuous Power with 120mm cooling fan, ATX 12V V2.3/EPS 12V Active PFC Power Supply PS-SPD-0500NPCWUS-W https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014W3EM2W..._aampCb41S2RQB

    Is there any reviews about this PSU, couldn’t find none for this or the BR series

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    It's nothing interesting, low quality, low performance and to expensive.

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    Is there any proof?

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    Quote Originally Posted by faircomposer15 View Post
    Is there any proof?
    Yes. Many of us have seen them. They're not a quality unit.

    It's Thermaltake's cheapest, bottom of the line PSU. Why would you expect anything special?

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    Quote Originally Posted by faircomposer15 View Post
    Is there any proof?
    Yes the internal pictures.

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    I didnt think anything-was special, was just asking if there any reviews on it

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    Those aren't really needed. With internal pictures you can already see that the performance will be low, the quality is low, but the price isn't.

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    was just asking if there any reviews on it
    We can tell from the pictures it's a group regulated unit, and that automatically means it's low-end by today standards.

    As above, review isn't needed after learning that, unless you want to learn if it's fire hazard or just a really low-end unit.

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    Alright, understood thanks

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    Well me and Johnny will Scope it and show you...already though..when we start seeing things like low voltage or bad regulation. Some neat stuff to see.

    Got some kit one coming..Arduino kit. Generator can be hooked up to it. at least it's better than just watching voltage alone.

    But no not to my knowledge it's a pretty shotty run of the mil Thermaltake.
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