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- Wattage    600 Watts
- Fan    140 mm
1900 RPM ± 10%
- Efficiency    85% +
- PFC    Acitve PFC
- Hold-Up Time    16 ms
- Switches   
ATX Logic on-off additional power rocker switch
- Motherboard Connectors   

24-pin Main Connector
8-pin Power Connector
4-pin Power Connector

- Power Good Signal    100-500 ms
- Form Factor    ATX 12V 2.2
- Dimension    6.3 x 5.9 x 3.3 inch (L)x(W)x(H)
160 x 150 x 85 mm (L)x(W)x(H)
- Warranty    5 Years
- Certifications    ATI CrossFire X Certified
80 Plus Certified
- Input Voltage   

100 VAC ~ 240 VAC

- Input Current   

115 VAC / 8A max
230 VAC / 4A max

- Input Frequency Range    47 ~63 Hz
- Inrush Current   
- Operating Range   
- MTBF    >120,000 hours
- Output Table   
- Operating Temperature   
10 ℃ to 50 ℃
- Storage Temperature   
-20 ℃ to 70℃
- Operating Humidity   
20% to 90%, non-condensing
- Storage Humidity   
5% to 95%, non-condensing
- Over Voltage Protection   

+5V trip point @ 7.0 Vmax
+3.3V trip point @ 4.5 Vmax
+12V trip point @15.6 Vmax

- Over Current Protection    Yes
- Over Load Protection    Yes
- Over Termperature Protection    Yes
- Under Voltage Protection    Yes
- Short Circuit Protection    Yes
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Award & Review
Reviewed by Tweak News
Frio OCK is a great cooler with top-notch performance. The loud fans can be modulated by the included fan speed controller to obtain a balance between noise and cooling performance. Provided that the cooler will fit in your case and on your motherboard, it’s an excellent choice for high-performance cooling and CPU overclocking, as the name implies .. 
July 12, 2011

Reviewed by Ninja Lane
Thermaltake Armor A30 Case Review
Thermaltake A30 can give a lot of the small ATX cases a run for their money in features and quality of construction. As with all SFF builds the component selection is critical to get the most out of the case especially with the size of some heat sinks or video cards. For someone looking for portability or just looking to stand out from the ATX crowd, there is a lot here to get excited about .. 
May 13, 2011

Reviewed by Computer Ed
Thermaltake Armor A30: Can you armor a sports car?
At the end of the day this is a worthy case for anyone looking to build a full gaming system in a small form factor. .. 
May 10, 2011

Reviewed by UMLAN
Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition - Review
V9 BlacX Edition is it! I am not sure where to start. This case brings out best features of some of the expensive cases without of the expense of your wallet .. 
May 03, 2011

Reviewed by Virtual Hideout
Thermaltake Massive 23 LX Notebook Cooler Review
The Thermaltake Massive23 LX Notebook Cooler is an exceptionally designed and exceptionally simple notebook cooler. Why notebook coolers weren't like this one from the beginning is a mystery. The look, feel and performance all fall into the "just right" category .. 
January 03, 2011

Reviewed by Thinkcomputers
Thermaltake Mobile Fan 12 Review
Well if you are at the computer and do a lot of typing this may be the product for you. Having a nice stream of air blow across your fingers while working is quite relaxing and makes you feel more comfortable. The fan even at its highest speed is very quite .. 
September 27, 2010

Reviewed by ASE Labs
Thermaltake BlacX Duet
The BlacX Duet is a great product if you want to connect two drives to your computer at once. If you need it, we recommend it .. 
April 30, 2010

Reviewed by Hitech Legion
It was a true pleasure to test and use this power supply and I tip my hat to Thermaltake for continuing to produce quality products for the masses .. 
March 09, 2009

Thermaltake offre toutefois une fonctionnalité très intéressante qui se distingue des modules ennuyants habituels: la possibilité d'y brancher uniquement les câbles dont on a besoin. Fini les boîtiers encombrés! .. 
December 12, 2008

Reviewed by Category5.TV
With any good power supply, you must expect that you're going to pay a little more than the 'el cheapo'. But with a power supply, you're going to be amazed at how a quality one, such as the Thermaltake line, improve performance .. 
June 25, 2008

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User Manual 578679 05/09/2008
Q:  Why do I need a ATI CrossFire or CrossFire X Certified power supply?
A:  AMD/ATI CrossFire and CrossFire X platform allows users to utilize multiple (up to 4) graphic cards in one system for ultimate graphics performance.  Thermaltake power supplies that are AMD/ATI CrossFire or CrossFire X certified were submitted to AMD and underwent rigorous testing to make sure the power supply met AMD’s highest standard of quality and reliability.  What that means is the consumer can rest assured that the Thermaltake power supply will power your powerhouse PC for years to come.

Q:  Why do I need a 80 PLUS certified power supply?
A:  The 80 PLUS program certifies PSU that has 80% or higher energy efficiency rate at 20%, 50%, 100% of loading, plus power factor of 0.9 or greater. This requirement makes an 80 PLUS certified PSU considerably more efficient than other power supplies. In other words, a computer with an 80 PLUS certified power supply will use around 15 % to 25% less electricity, generates less heat and saves the consumer money in the long run!

Q:  Will this Power Supply work with my SLI cards?
A:  Yes, this power supply will work for SLI cards and Crossfire cards as the power supply itself was tested by ATI, thus the ATI Certification.

Q:  The power supply shows a 24 (20+4) pin ATX power connector.  But the motherboard I have only has 20 pin connector, will it still work?
A:  Yes, the 20+4 pin ATX power connector design allows the extra 4pin to be removed before connecting to a 20pin motherboard.  The new 24pin ATX power connecter found on today’s PC power supply is part of the new ATX specification (ATX12V 2.0 and above) which is necessary in order to support Intel’s current generation of processor architecture and other technological advances.

Q:  Help me choose a power supply.
A:  We understand choosing a power supply may be a daunting task for some, especially with continuous upgrades to more advanced CPUs or Graphic Cards. The Thermaltake Power Supply Calculator can help! It is a very powerful yet user-friendly tool that tracks all major components that are commonly used in today's computer and computes the total power draw, then provides a suggested power supply range that is suitable for your unique PC. Please click here http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com to go to the Power Supply Calculator.


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