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TheBigAlphaMale 189 99 July 28, 2016 at 02:26 AM in Cables (8) More Newegg Deals
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Promoted 07-29-2016 by SubZero5 at 12:05 PM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 750W Thermaltake Toughpower 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply (PS-TPD-0750MPCGUS-1) for $79.99 - $25 Rebate = $54.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TheBigAlphaMale

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Edited July 28, 2016 at 09:05 AM by annie930ny
Thermaltake Toughpower TPD-0750M - SLI / CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Gold Certification and Semi Modular Cables Black Active PFC Power Supply Intel Haswell Ready (PS-TPD-0750MPCGUS-1)

$54.99 after $25.00 rebate card

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6817153198
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Here's a review for the 850w version of this PSU, which should be fairly reflective of the quality of this 750w unit:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=402

9.2/10 - for $54.99, and 80+ gold, that's a slick deal.

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Here's a review for the 850w version of this PSU, which should be fairly reflective of the quality of this 750w unit:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=402

9.2/10 - for $54.99, and 80+ gold, that's a slick deal.
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I bought this item about 3 months ago, for the same price, and it has been working well.

Definitely worth the price.
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I bought this to replace the older version that still worked from a rig built back in 1999. Highly recommended
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Ordered. I've been waiting for a good PSU deal for a while without a rebate but almost non-existent. I'll just have to make sure I actually do the rebate. Thanks.
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how is this compare to EVGA B2 or G2?
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how is this compare to EVGA B2 or G2?

It's tier 2 psu. Tie with evga B2
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Last edited by Yu-ChangC July 28, 2016 at 07:59 PM
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was gonna get a semi modular 500-650w bronze but this could do the trick.. wasnt planning on anything thermaltake but it has decent reviews
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Quote from Yu-ChangC View Post :
It's tier 2 psu. Tie with evga B2
got it, thx a lot
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Sick of rebates, otherwise I would bite to replace my aging Corsair TX 750.

Semi-modular is nice.

Somewhat off topic rant, but... Never understood why fully modular PSUs exist, honestly. When are you not going to want to plug in the motherboard and CPU power? I guess it might make things a tiny bit easier during the installation in some scenarios, but adding an unnecessary connector (AKA possible point of failure) to the most critical cables just doesn't seem like something I would want to pay extra for... I guess it looks neat to have matching cables on the back of the unit, but in order for that, you need either all ribbon or all sleeved cables. Most modular SATA, Molex, and PCIE cables are ribbon these days, and ribbon 24-pin cables are just a stiff pain in the ass (like this PSU has, unfortunately). So to get the fully modular you either sacrifice looks by getting mixed cables, or sacrifice ease of installation and cable management by getting all ribbon... and you are still paying extra with the afore mentioned possible point of failure... I just don't get it. End rant...

Anyway. Great deal for a highly-rated 80+ gold Semi-modular PSU... I don't do Thermaltake much either, but you can't ignore Jonny Guru giving it a 9.2...
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Last edited by b.arms July 29, 2016 at 12:32 AM
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Quote from b.arms View Post :
Sick of rebates, otherwise I would bite to replace my aging Corsair TX 750.

Semi-modular is nice.

Somewhat off topic rant, but... Never understood why fully modular PSUs exist, honestly. When are you not going to want to plug in the motherboard and CPU power? I guess it might make things a tiny bit easier during the installation in some scenarios, but adding an unnecessary connector (AKA possible point of failure) to the most critical cables just doesn't seem like something I would want to pay extra for... I guess it looks neat to have matching cables on the back of the unit, but in order for that, you need either all ribbon or all sleeved cables. Most modular SATA, Molex, and PCIE cables are ribbon these days, and ribbon 24-pin cables are just a stiff pain in the ass (like this PSU has, unfortunately). So to get the fully modular you either sacrifice looks by getting mixed cables, or sacrifice ease of installation and cable management by getting all ribbon... and you are still paying extra with the afore mentioned possible point of failure... I just don't get it. End rant...

Anyway. Great deal for a highly-rated 80+ gold Semi-modular PSU... I don't do Thermaltake much either, but you can't ignore Jonny Guru giving it a 9.2...
to get cables different color
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ended up getting one, hope it's good
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Been using a 700 watt thermal take since 2012, no issues.
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I have 500w you really don't even need that now a days.
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