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600W Thermaltake Smart Series 80 Plus Power Supply EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 600W Thermaltake Smart Series 80 Plus Power Supply on sale for $44.99 - $25 rebate = $19.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated
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Our research indicates that this 600W Thermaltake Smart Series 80 Plus Power Supply is $25 less (53.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $45. -brisar

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It's really a 500W power supply. The other 100W is for 3.3v/5v which is mostly used by memory. Everything on modern PC uses the 12V rail, which is only rated for 504W on this power supply. Perfectly fine for any computer with a single video card though.
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this any good or should avoid ?
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It's really a 500W power supply. The other 100W is for 3.3v/5v which is mostly used by memory. Everything on modern PC uses the 12V rail, which is only rated for 504W on this power supply. Perfectly fine for any computer with a single video card though.
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It's really a 500W power supply. The other 100W is for 3.3v/5v which is mostly used by memory. Everything on modern PC uses the 12V rail, which is only rated for 504W on this power supply. Perfectly fine for any computer with a single video card though.
Same can be said about every power supply regarding the 3.3v/5v
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Can I adapt this to power an amplifier that runs on 12v?
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Can I adapt this to power an amplifier that runs on 12v?
Yeah, if your required amps are less than the rating, youll have to jumper the poweron switch to keep it on when plugged in. Id like to see the amps on this12v line, if it is single or dual
Edit: single 42a line
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Same can be said about every power supply regarding the 3.3v/5v
There is no standard that I know of, but all are rated less that stated power on 12v rail like you say.


I just notice that the gold psus are closer to rated power on 12v. Meaning 12v plus 3.3v+5v rails are normally over rated on gold and above while on bronze they almost equal rated
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enough for gtx 1080?? looking to build a ryzen 1700x/1800x build
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Id have bought it in the past...
But once u go modular...
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Building a budget build for a friend. Anyone see any problems with throwing this into a build:
4th Gen i7
32gigs ram
gtx 760
Msi z97 PC mate mobo
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I bought this to mine with 2 RX 580's and an A4-7300 APU. It's been running 24/7 for a couple weeks now and no problems.
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Building a budget build for a friend. Anyone see any problems with throwing this into a build:
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No problem
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I hate rebate deals
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