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Thermaltake Smart M 750W 80 Plus Bronze ATX Power Supply EXPIRED

calistyle 11,134 48,502 August 31, 2014 at 08:44 PM in Power Supplies (7) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 09-04-2014 by brisar at 05:51 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Thermaltake Smart Series M 750W 80 Plus Bronze ATX Power Supply (SP-750M) for $89.99 - $20 w/ promo code CADYM20 - $30 rebate = $39.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks calistyle

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Edited August 31, 2014 at 09:07 PM by DeividdoSama
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I have this and love it. just wish it was full modular instead of semi. well worth 40.00
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woah, single rail. for the price I was expecting multi, but no...great deal

"+3.3V@25A, +5V@25A, +12V@62A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@3.0A"
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damn, was thinking about using this with the bitcoin deal, but since this one needs a code...it's one or the other...crap
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This looks like a really good deal but I already have a spare PSU sitting around. I don't know if I can resist this for $40.
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I've ran this for a couple years now. love it. I did have to RMA at the 6 month mark but the refurb had been sold. thermaltake customer service was amazing. I even got to keep all the extra cables and they sent me more. minus the RMA I'd give it a 4.5 / 5
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Just what I was looking for, thanks!
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Nice power supply; I just hope the cables are long enough for an extra tall tower... I'm in for one.
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This is a great deal on a 750 Watt Bronze Rated Modular PSU.

IMO, should be on the front-page. Thumbsup

I took a look at the reviews, and it appears this PSU is made by Channel Well Technology (CWT). The design is very similar to the Corsair CX750M [newegg.com] which typically sells for $60 to $65 AR.

Here are some reviews:
TechPowerUp [techpowerup.com]
KitGuru [kitguru.net]
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Just be aware that this model can get very loud under heavier (possible mid) load, as noted by multiple review sources. The 140mm fan inside this PSU is very powerful but very noisy at high/max speed, and not helping the situation is the fan controller with an overly aggressive profile. If quietness is very important to you and you have components that actually push some serious power, definitely stay away. If you're using it to drive very light loads it's probably okay, though I'd still get another model on sale.
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Just be aware that this model can get very loud under heavier (possible mid) load, as noted by multiple review sources. The 140mm fan inside this PSU is very powerful but very noisy at high/max speed, and not helping the situation is the fan controller with an overly aggressive profile. If quietness is very important to you and you have components that actually push some serious power, definitely stay away. If you're using it to drive very light loads it's probably okay, though I'd still get another model on sale.
there was also some complains about it just going bad
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This is similar to the EVGA 750W Modular couple days back for the same price $40 after $10 rebate.
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Just be aware that this model can get very loud under heavier (possible mid) load, as noted by multiple review sources. The 140mm fan inside this PSU is very powerful but very noisy at high/max speed, and not helping the situation is the fan controller with an overly aggressive profile. If quietness is very important to you and you have components that actually push some serious power, definitely stay away. If you're using it to drive very light loads it's probably okay, though I'd still get another model on sale.
Thanks for the heads up, I don't drive a heavy load but I will be adding more HDD's so I'll keep on looking.
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Thanks for the heads up, I don't drive a heavy load but I will be adding more HDD's so I'll keep on looking.
You could add 10 7200rpm drives and it would only look like entry level video card load.

The thing wont even start to spin up till you install at least a video card that requires 2 power plugs.
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