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- Wattage    650 Watts
- Fan    140 mm QFan
1900 ± 10% RPM
Air Flow: 93 CFM
- Efficiency    85% +
- PFC   
Active PFC
(PF > 0.9)
- Hold-Up Time   
16ms at 80% of full load
- 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    N/A
- Input Voltage   
115 VAC ~ 230 VAC
- Input Current   
100Vac / 8.0A max. 200Vac / 4.0A max.
- Input Frequency Range   
47 ~ 63 Hz
- Inrush Current   
- Operating Range   
- MTBF    120,000 hours minimum
- 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    +3.3V trip point @ 4.5 Vmax
+5.0V trip point @ 7.0 Vmax
+12.0V trip point @15.6 Vmax
- Over Current Protection   
Not over 240VA for +5V & +3.3V output voltage
19A to 25A for +12V rails
- Over Load Protection    Yes
- Over Termperature Protection    Yes
- Under Voltage Protection    Yes
- Short Circuit Protection   
All output to GND
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Award & Review
Reviewed by BigBruin
The performance and near silent operation of [Toughpower QFan] power supply are definitely top notch .. 
November 26, 2008

Reviewed by Overclockersclub
With excellent DC load voltage regulation, good DC quality and efficiency of over 80% I would highly recommend the Thermaltake Toughpower QFan 650W power supply .. 
October 16, 2008

Reviewed by Techaddicts
The results were excellent for this power supply. Everything ran fine during testing, the system was stable and performed the tests as expected .. 
October 03, 2008

Reviewed by JonnyGURU
At 500W, Thermaltake's Qfan enabled offerings finally manage to earn a recommendation here at jonnyGURU.com .. 
September 16, 2008

Reviewed by RBMods
The Thermaltake Power Express 650W VGA PSU is a unique product that has a very specific role: provide tons of power to your graphics cards .. 
August 22, 2008

Reviewed by APH Networks
The Thermaltake Toughpower QFan 650W is actually a very quiet power supply -- under regular load, the power supply is very quiet .. 
July 31, 2008

Reviewed by JonnyGURU
Voltage regulation is excellent. Efficiency is excellent. Stability is excellent. Ain't nothing at all to nitpick about here, except the bearing noise on the QFan itself, and even that couldn't be heard when it was in the hot box .. 
June 16, 2008

Reviewed by The Gadget Blog
What’s really unique about this power supply is its embedded socket and modularized cable management system. Instead of the standard power supply layout that includes a variety of cables hanging out of your new power supply .. 
May 30, 2008

Reviewed by driverheaven
good electrical performance, great acoustics and an aesthetically appealing modular design which ThermalTake could further improve if they stopped placing ugly bright stickers at the side of their units .. 
April 17, 2008

Reviewed by Thinkcomputers
I think I can safely recommend this power supply for simple high-end rigs, with obvious caveats: do the math, folks. This unit may supply just enough power .. 
April 14, 2008

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User Manual 1348420 05/09/2008
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.

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