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    Default Tt TP-800AH5NFS(W0296) Review @ Hardware Secrets

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    Very detailed disassembly of this design. The unit itself is less impressive.
    The design is identical to SilverStone Element 700W. Two LLC+SR plus a mag-amp on 3.3V.
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    Thumbs down Again, TT does not care about about its customers, never has, never will!

    The design is identical to SilverStone Element 700W. Two LLC+SR plus a mag-amp on 3.3V.
    Noise and ripple levels stayed inside the allowed range, however higher than we’d like to see. Thermaltake warned us that this would happen with the first production batch.

    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/823/10
    And of course TT not caring about its customers, they never have, ships these sub-par PSU's anyway with a MSRP of $250!
    Yes. One of the last commincations I had with Dave Hammock before he disappeared from the web was how a major brand single +12V rail PSU wasn't shutting down when shorted. We were literally arc welding with the PSU. Hopefully Dave's absense isn't due to the fact that he got over zealous with the welding.
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    ^^ That is a bit harsh. The unit Gabriel reviewed has all parameters within ATX specs, not much to complain about.
    Software readings are crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Nade View Post
    ^^ That is a bit harsh. The unit Gabriel reviewed has all parameters within ATX specs, not much to complain about.
    except the same thing we can always complain about with Thermaltake....price.
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    Well, there are several choices priced lower, so there is no compelling reason to stick with TT.
    Software readings are crap.

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    Yeah, units like the HX850 is miles ahead, so I guess this thing will appeal mostly to TT fanboys.

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