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    Default New ThermalTake 1000W PSU

    It looks like TT has released a new PSU series, the TR2. Well, the series itself may not be new, but they have two new high-wattage units: a 1000W and a 1200W, the model numbers are TRX-1000M and TRX-1200M respectively. Here's some links to their info pages:
    TRX-1000M: http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1265&ID=1909
    TRX-1200M: http://www.thermaltakeusa.com/Produc...C=1265&ID=1910
    Each unit has two +12v rails, the 1000w at 50A each (75A combined MAX), and the 1200w at 60A each (90A combined MAX). I'm really looking forward to a JonnyGURU review of one of these new units from ThermalTake!!!

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    cheap 1.2kw...... 1080w on the 12v rail...hmmm

    80plus ..not even bronze? lol

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    Is that a "real" HEC Cougar
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    It appears so.
    I was a little confused, didn't look like a PUC.
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    TRX series all from HEC Cougar for sure
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    Not HEC Cougar, just HEC
    here the original, TB-2LX (I think that's the series with cable managment, while the TE Series doesn't have that).

    Oh and by the way: did you notice the polymer caps on the secondary of these units?

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    Will the real Cougar please stand up?

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    Haha, come on guys, now you're just being mean.

    It'd be nice to see these reviewed, but it seems to me TT doesn't like their mid/low range models being reviewed a lot. I think Anand did a review of a TR2 RX 450W once, tho that one was CWT.

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    Well the Litepower 450W is an Epsilon, and does as well as an Epsilon at 450W does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smirnoff View Post
    Haha, come on guys, now you're just being mean.

    It'd be nice to see these reviewed, but it seems to me TT doesn't like their mid/low range models being reviewed a lot. I think Anand did a review of a TR2 RX 450W once, tho that one was CWT.
    I think hardwaresecrets did the XP550 430W, another HEC, which would only do about 350W before OCP kicked in, 20A on 12v with something like 600ma of ripple.
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