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Thermaltake Purepower 520 PST, we specifically tested model W0073 which has active PFC as explained a page ago. I really do recommend you this model over the passive PFC model.
PurePower Power Station 520w supply comes with the PSU unit, main distribution box (PST) and two boxes with all the other necessary items such as cables, mini PST unit and a very decent written manual.
Metrics: A 12cm cooling fan that spins at 2,000 rpm when at 100% load/heat, very low noise yet air is still being pushed through the Thermaltake Power Supply, more than enough to ensure cool air which of course is also drawn through your computer case. BTW, the main ATX power cable is 24-Pin, but can be converted to 20-Pin should your motherboard require it.
One of the first things you'll notice are the ventilation holes. They allow much more air to flow through compared to the round holes found on most PSU supplies which means a cooler case. That's like looking at a girl with a very sexy shirt.
Thermaltake Flare Board Thermaltake's take on a gaming keybpad results in the Flare Board, a 44-Key, USB plug & play, keypad with a comfortable layout tailored for games. It's easy to use, but it feels a little mushy and we wish the LED's lit more of the keypad and less of the desk.
ThermalTake Mozart With Media Lab Today we are entering the mysterious world of the HTPC .. the Home Theater PC. A PC that has been built for the sole purpose of playing back music, movies and or media files, basically a multimedia center. And that is not an easy mission, as everybody has different goals, budgets and tasks for such a PC. Essentially this is a review about the Thermaltake Mozart. Look at the choices and building part of the HTPC as an additional bonus in this review.
ThermalTake PurePower PST520W ATX PSU Thermaltake has taken moddable PSU's to the next level ... and in a very clever way, I must add. The PSU we will be testing today is a truly hefty SLI/Crossfire ready piece of gear. It carries the label "Pure Power P.S.T. Series" and this model comes with a 520 Watt rating.
Thermaltake Tai-Chi Super Tower Case Thermaltake recently released a new PC case. Targeted at the high-end and enthusiast consumer with a diminutive amount of money to spare, Thermaltake offers a new series of PC ATX/BTX ready casings. It's widely compatible with all mainboards and has a certain balanced feel to it. It's huge, it's heavy, it's impressive, it's beautiful and it's called the Tai Chi.