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Thermaltake TR2 430W ATX 12V 2.2 Power Supply W0070RUC - $18.99 after (MIR and Promo Code)

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Thermaltake TR2 430W ATX 12V 2.2 Power Supply, Model W0070RUC - $18.99 after $10 MIR and $8.66 Promo Code

NOTE: 1 Day (5/14/18) only

* Intelligent 120mm Cooling Fan - Large 120mm cooling fan with intelligent temperature control automatically throttles the fan speed so you get added cooling while working on intensive application or gaming and whisper quiet operation when you need it.

* Designed With Powerful Graphic Card Support in Mind - So you want to play the latest game title in ultra-realistic settings? Dual 12V rails with plenty of juice to spare

* "Bullet-Proof" Protections - Good power supplies deliver stable and clean power. Great power supplies goes one step further to include industrial-grade power protectionsuch as Over-Voltage Protection, Over Power Protection and Short-Circuit Protection to expect for the unexpected.

* ATX 12V V2.3 enables most reliable and robust power delivery.

* High-Quality components and dual 12V rails design enable non-stop usage with stable and reliable performance.
* Ready for next-generation multi-core IntelA® & AMD CPU.
Supports NvidiaA® & ATI/AMD graphic cards.

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Super good price for the money if you're extremely tight on a budget. While I usually stay as far away as I can from multiple 12V rails, but with only 1 PCIe connector it should be fine with 430W and Thermaltake is as long standing of a PSU brand can possibly be in this space. If you're buying this, I wouldn't even think about getting cheeky with using a double molex/4-pin into another PCIe - think about this having 1 PCIe connector, and only 1.

Also - 5-year(!) warranty, on a $18 PSU.
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I would wait for an 80 plus psu to come on sale or one of the refurb evga. The corsair 450w occasionally hits $20 shipped form newegg form time to time with a rebate.
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This is a trash tier PSU, but if it comes with a 5-year warranty, maybe it's worth it. I'd rather spend a bit more for a good PSU to avoid the hassle of returns.
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What is a "Bullet-Proof" Protections?
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https://linustechtips.com/main/to...t-updated/

Tier 7 - I'd avoid imo.
Tiers are all nonsense. Look at who was contracted to manufacture it and their build quality if there's a tear-down from a reputable review site.

In this case, I believe this PSU is made by HEC, the same company behind the EVGA 80 Plus Series PSUs (100-W1-0430-KR) & (100-W1-0500-KR).

If you're looking for a budget PSU, it will fit the bill, but there are probably better options like Corsair's CX430 or CX450.
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Tiers are all nonsense. Look at who was contracted to manufacture it and their build quality if there's a tear-down from a reputable review site.

In this case, I believe this PSU is made by HEC, the same company behind the EVGA 80 Plus Series PSUs (100-W1-0430-KR) & (100-W1-0500-KR).

If you're looking for a budget PSU, it will fit the bill, but there are probably better options like Corsair's CX430 or CX450.
I'll stick to tiers and reviews given by guys who test PSU's for a living over your recommendation. Thanks though.
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Super good price for the money if you're extremely tight on a budget. While I usually stay as far away as I can from multiple 12V rails, but with only 1 PCIe connector it should be fine with 430W and Thermaltake is as long standing of a PSU brand can possibly be in this space. If you're buying this, I wouldn't even think about getting cheeky with using a double molex/4-pin into another PCIe - think about this having 1 PCIe connector, and only 1.

Also - 5-year(!) warranty, on a $18 PSU.
Actually Thermaltake has a quite bad reputation for power supplies. Companies like Thermaltake doesn't not design or manufacture power supplies.
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I really really hate mail in rebates.
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Tiers are all nonsense. Look at who was contracted to manufacture it and their build quality if there's a tear-down from a reputable review site.

In this case, I believe this PSU is made by HEC, the same company behind the EVGA 80 Plus Series PSUs (100-W1-0430-KR) & (100-W1-0500-KR).

If you're looking for a budget PSU, it will fit the bill, but there are probably better options like Corsair's CX430 or CX450.
Grey CX450 is much better new model but CX430 is green labeled junk.
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Super good price for the money if you're extremely tight on a budget. While I usually stay as far away as I can from multiple 12V rails, but with only 1 PCIe connector it should be fine with 430W and Thermaltake is as long standing of a PSU brand can possibly be in this space. If you're buying this, I wouldn't even think about getting cheeky with using a double molex/4-pin into another PCIe - think about this having 1 PCIe connector, and only 1.

Also - 5-year(!) warranty, on a $18 PSU.
Nah, this is junk.
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thanks!
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