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Thermaltake TR2 600W SLI / CrossFire Ready Power Supply EXPIRED

DealSan 499 523 May 17, 2016 at 03:22 PM in Computer Fans (6) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 05-17-2016 by persian_mafia at 09:04 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Thermaltake TR2 600W SLI / CrossFire Ready Power Supply (TR-600) for $44.99 - $25 Rebate = $19.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DealSan

Please Note: Rebate is valid 5/17/16 only. Limit 1 rebate per household.
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Edited May 17, 2016 at 04:06 PM by cricket702
Newegg Shell Shocker has the Thermaltake TR2 TR-600 600W ATX12V v2.3 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Power Supply for $19.99 after $25 rebate with free shipping.

http://www.newegg.com/Special/She...16&Index=2

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hate rebates, but this deal is slick!
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I do not post much on this site, but when I saw this power supply unit I had to in order to save people the trouble of dealing with it. Please note the reviews

I purchased a TR2 600w for my previous PC build. The first unit came in DOA and then the second one had a large amount of problems as well randomly shutting off. The third unit lasted me 8 months before it had similar problems to the second one I had.

Thermaltake power supplies have been bad for me I recommend you pay a little extra and get something more reliable.
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Nice price, but the lack of recent Tt PSU's on Jonnyguru makes me think they don't want them to actually be reviewed. They have reviewed a couple higher-end units, but otherwise they haven't really been tearing apart Tt PSU'S for 4 or 5 years.
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Nice!
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Quote from theleader6 View Post :
I do not post much on this site, but when I saw this power supply unit I had to in order to save people the trouble of dealing with it. Please note the reviews

I purchased a TR2 600w for my previous PC build. The first unit came in DOA and then the second one had a large amount of problems as well randomly shutting off. The third unit lasted me 8 months before it had similar problems to the second one I had.

Thermaltake power supplies have been bad for me I recommend you pay a little extra and get something more reliable.
DOA or faulty power supplies in general are a big concern because they can fry your motherboards on the first try, and then it's already too late even though you know the culprit is the power supply. I hate to say it but I may have to pass on this deal then based on your experience. Thanks to OP for sharing though.
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Save now, pay more in electricity bills soon enough with these non 80-Plus rated PSUs.
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I have a 1200w sitting in my kitchen floor not touched. :/
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DOA or faulty power supplies in general are a big concern because they can fry your motherboards on the first try, and then it's already too late even though you know the culprit is the power supply. I hate to say it but I may have to pass on this deal then based on your experience. Thanks to OP for sharing though.
this is something that is repeated over and over online while in reality it rarely happens. just do a google search and you will see people discussing that it could happen but good luck finding people showing evidence that it did.

as for this PSU, its cheap and reviews aren't hot but I've personally been using this exact one for 4 yrs or so daily in my HTPC without issue.
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This deal is slick.
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honestly, i have had 2 bad experience with TT psu. i bought from TD a while back. one came DOA but i couldnt get a refund since i finally put the psu into a system after 4 months of purchase and found out it was too late then to return to TD. In the mean time, i had another bad experience because the price was just soo cheap i couldnt pass up thinking the first was a faulty one. well i used it for hours after installation. then that PSU went out too. powers up the fan but no power to the computer. so i was like oo piece of crap brand and PSU. F U TT! for your shitty build and will never get it again even if it was free!
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This may be cheaper price than normal but this is a bad PSU. Google PCMR PSU Tier List and check the first result. This is on the bottom tier of power supply units. Save your money and future hassles!
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Quote from dskater411 View Post :
this is something that is repeated over and over online while in reality it rarely happens. just do a google search and you will see people discussing that it could happen but good luck finding people showing evidence that it did.

as for this PSU, its cheap and reviews aren't hot but I've personally been using this exact one for 4 yrs or so daily in my HTPC without issue.
It happened to me a while back. I was working in a lab, and as inexperienced I was, I plugged a bad PSU to multiple motherboards until I fried the 4th motherboard and realized how wrong I was; only then I stopped and learned my life lesson. Yep, it personally happened to me.
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