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Power Supply

Thermaltake 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply

(29 Ratings, 4.6 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Part #

PS-TPD-0750MPCGUS-1

Manufacturer

Thermaltake

Form Factor

ATX

Efficiency Rating

80+ Gold

Wattage

750 W

Modular

Semi

Type

ATX12V / EPS12V

Fanless

No

PCIe 6+2-Pin Connectors

4

EPS Connectors

1

SATA Connectors

12

Molex 4-Pin Connectors

4

Efficiency

87-92% efficiency @ 20-100% load

Price History

    Reviews

    customgtp
    • 56 points
    • 23 months ago

    from completed build Project: Xeon

    I'd definitely buy this again!

    Skuby
    • 41 points
    • 35 months ago

    from completed build QHD Gamecube

    Solid and efficient power supply for a good price. I've read the performance of this power supply is top notch and after one month of use I have no complaints. The modular cables could have a better design and be a little easier to work with, but really that's a matter of preference over functionality.

    claudiuskt
    • 31 points
    • 34 months ago

    Runs pretty quiet with good Japanese capacitors and components inside. Semi-modular but with flat cables and zip-ties for easier cable management.

    10bandz
    • 26 points
    • 51 months ago

    from completed build First Build [Upgraded over time]

    Great price for any 750W 80+ Gold certified PSU. Great packaging, includes a nice pouch for your cables and extras. Cables are decent quality. Fully modular. Quiet although a tiny bit louder than Corsairs offerings.

    GuyvarIII
    • 24 points
    • 54 months ago

    from completed build P-22 Panthera

    This is a great power supply. It doesn't make a lot of noise. It is small and can easily fit into a mid-tower case. Most of the power connectors are modular (except for the 8 and 24-pin) and the power cords are flat, so cable management is pretty easy.

    ElectricSheepsDream
    • 19 points
    • 32 months ago

    My buddy brought this PSU to my attention when its price went down to 50 bucks (plus 30 in MIRB). It was just too hard to pass up. Five years of warranty, rated 80+ Gold, semi-modular, respected brand. I felt a little nervous after reading how some folks got it DOA but who doesn't risk--doesn't drink champagne, so I went ahead and purchased it. No complains yet (knocks on wood three times). My buddy bought it as well and he is happy with the purchase, too.

    When I look inside I do see traces of dried solder, and the plastic Thermaltake logo on the top looks pretentiously metal-like, yet it is made out of plastic, but overall the construction feels solid. I guess I am just nitpicking. I can't even see the logo, as the PSU is exhausting from the bottom of the case.

    I may need this extra power in case I decide to run two cards in SLI (all depends on prices and the state of technology in the near future). So much wattage is definitely an overkill for my current set-up but the last thing I would want is to buy another PSU because I didn't get enough power to begin with.

    anassiri
    • 17 points
    • 51 months ago

    Well for 60 bucks you literally cannot get a better deal on a 750+ watt power supply with a gold rating. This PSU Gave me no issues at all and the semi-modularity didn't bother me for a second. Good for keeping excess cables at a zero too, I would never recommend a non-modular PSU as a side not, they're such a hassle to build with. It gave me no issues and powers everything perfectly.

    neilbe4me
    • 14 points
    • 48 months ago

    I selected this PSU because it was semi-moduler (though it really might as well be considered fully modular because the only cable that isn't modular is the huge main cable to power up the motherboard. That cable has to exist anyway so there's no point in making that cable modular. Unless someone prefers third party cables). It was also 750W which is plenty enough for all of my components for my build and I'm big on efficient so I had to get at least a Gold Certified PSU. I purchased this PSU for only $50 on New Egg so that's a great price. It also came with multiple PCI, SATA and Molex cables.

    afledder
    • 14 points
    • 35 months ago

    from completed build SunkissedSnow

    From a reliability perspective I have had no problems in the last few days since the build. The 2 stars knocked off are for the amount of cable management that I had to do with the cables I needed. Even if it was fully modular, the same problem would persists. Specifically that the SATA power cables have multiple connectors on them, but they are not spaced far enough apart for my two drives. So I had to use two individual SATA power cables, each with 4 connectors on them, which made them that much harder to fold on themselves. Also the PCIe cables have two connectors on them, so I had to fold on back on itself. These are not negatives for everyone, but I would have preferred 3 cables, with one connector on the end of each as an option. Some people may call that a feature, it was a bug for me.

    synn21588
    • 12 points
    • 48 months ago

    from completed build The White Sails

    No issues, not a fan of the flat cabling though.

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