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Specification
  
GENERAL:   
- Wattage    600 Watts
- Fan    140 mm
1900 RPM ± 10%
Air Flow: 86.5 CFM
- Efficiency    75% +
- 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
160 x 150 x 85 mm
- Warranty    5 Years
- Certifications    N/A
AC INPUT:   
- Input Voltage   
115 VAC ~ 230 VAC
- Input Current   
8A / 4A
- Input Frequency Range    47 ~ 63 Hz
- Inrush Current   
- Operating Range   
- MTBF   
- RFI / EMI    CE, FCC, UL, CUL, TUV, BSMI
DC OUTPUT:   
- Output Table   
ENVIRONMENT:   
- Operating Temperature   
- Storage Temperature   
- Operating Humidity   
- Storage Humidity   
PROTECTION:   
- Over Voltage Protection   
+5V trip point < +7.0V
+3.3V trip point < +4.5V
+12V trip point < +15.6V
- Over Current Protection   
- Over Load Protection   
- Over Termperature Protection   
- Under Voltage Protection   
- Short Circuit Protection   
Gallery
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      Button View

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Award & Review
Reviewed by The Tech Report
 
With "only" a 600 watt rating, the Purepower RX could be called the baby of this round-up. It's certainly the cheapest product of the bunch .. 
 
August 05, 2008

Reviewed by Hardocp
 
The Thermaltake Purepower RX 600W is certainly a capable power supply that did a good job on delivering on its name sake of "pure" power as the DC Output quality on the minor rails was absolutely outstanding .. 
 
June 02, 2008

Reviewed by Technohydra
 
There's just not a lot to complain about here. The leads are modular, other than the mains and a native 6-pin PCI-E connector, the Molex connectors are E Z Grip style .. 
 
December 10, 2007

Reviewed by Hardwarecanucks
 
The Purepower Rx (not to be confused with the older Purepower series) is available in several other output formats other than the 600W unit we are reviewing here today. It is supposed to be an extremely silent yet ... .. 
 
October 08, 2007

Reviewed by Chilly Reviews
 
We saw that under a light load this power supply showed little to no fluctuation whatsoever. Thermaltake has a great unit here that combines style with functionality. If you’re looking for a strong, quiet, modular power supply from a reliable brand then the Thermaltake Purepower RX series is something you should look in to. I give this power supply a 9.5/10. .. 
 
August 22, 2007

Reviewed by Point Blank Gaming
 
One of the biggest things that caught my eye was the 140mm fan!!! Makes you want to take it out and use it as a window fan to help cool your computer room :-) With this huge fan, Thermaltake claims a very quiet 16db at 1300 rpm’s! Wow, that is quiet! .. 
 
July 30, 2007

Reviewed by Tweaknews
 
Thermaltake's Purepower RX 600W has proven to be a very capable PSU. With impressive stability, quiet operation, modular design with plenty of connectors and sleeved cabling, the RX 600W brings a lot to the table and does so with a fairly modest price tag. .. 
 
June 27, 2007

Reviewed by Maximo PC
 
Cuando pensamos en el armado de un nuevo sistema o en agregar otro componente al mismo también pensamos en la fuente de alimentación ¿Funcionará? ¿Será suficiente? ¿Conviene una con más potencia? Todas estas preguntas son necesarias ya que contestarlas nos dará una dará una solución definitiva. .. 
 
June 01, 2007

Reviewed by Bjorn 3D
 
Thermaltake did a wonderful job bringing traits of a high-end product to the less expensive line of power supplies. Now you can power your dual core CPU along with an enthusiast graphic board for no more than $97 green dollars and worry about nothing. With low noise 14 cm fan, modularized cable management and high quality circuitry you should give either of these RXs a try. .. 
 
May 31, 2007

Reviewed by Bjorn 3D
 
Thermaltake did a wonderful job bringing traits of a high-end product to the less expensive line of power supplies. Now you can power your dual core CPU along with an enthusiast graphic board for no more than $97 green dollars and worry about nothing. With low noise 14 cm fan, modularized cable management and high quality circuitry you should give either of these RXs a try. .. 
 
May 31, 2007

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NameTypeSizeRelease DateDescription
User Manual 1896149 06/25/2008
FAQ
 
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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