Thermaltake SMART Pro Reviews
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"The Thermaltake SMART 730W is budget power supply built by HEC/Compucase. We don't have any performance data from our affiliates with professional load testing equipment at press time, but we will keep you posted. Retailing for approximately $85 after mail in rebate when writing this article, I think the price is a little bit too high for a budget oriented product -- slash $15 to $20 off the price tag, and it will be a deal."
"The Thermaltake SMART 630W is budget power supply built by HEC/Compucase. We don't have any performance data from our affiliates with professional load testing equipment at press time, but we will keep you posted. Retailing for approximately $65 after mail in rebate when writing this article, I think the price is a little bit too high for a budget oriented product, just like its bigger brother. Spend an extra $5 to get the Seasonic built PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III 600W instead -- a modular PSU with much higher build quality."
"The Thermaltake Smart M550W doesn’t stand out in a crowded marketplace. On paper it looks very strong, offering 80 Plus Bronze Certification, modular cabling and a large 14cm fan at a reasonable price point."
"The Thermaltake Smart Series 730W should be a hit within the targeted group of users. These users would be those looking for something that works and works well. But the same time not costing an arm and leg. There are no bells and whistle or extra bling that would factor into the price. In order to keep cost down Thermaltake did not skip out on quality or under- and over-load protection. All these remain the same as those in the more expensive power supplies. The unit is even 80Plus certified."
"To sum up, despite what the performance per dollar graph shows, I still have a feeling that its price is higher than it should be and the SMART 730W would do well with some performance-related improvements in order to compete better. The most important of these improvements should be tighter voltage regulation and a better group regulation design in the secondary side, to offer better results with highly unbalanced loads. Finally I would like to see sleeving on all of its cables, although this might affect its price. I am pretty sure that most of the users out there wouldn't mind paying a few bucks more for a PSU with fully sleeved cables."