Thermaltake TR2 Pro Reviews
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"The Thermaltake TR2 Standard Series 1000 Watt power supply is an exceptional power supply for a mainstream users in mind. It's a no doubt that it will be able to take care of some of the most power hungry PCs on the market, which is why the TR2 receives a 8 out of 10 and the Bjorn3D Golden Bear Award!"
"We were very impressed by the new Thermaltake TR2 700 W, as in the past the TR2 series used to be a very entry-level power supply series, with low-efficiency units. The TR2 700 W proved to be a flawless unit, with high efficiency between 82.6% and 87.4%, voltages closer to their nominal values all the time (3% regulation), and very low noise and ripple levels."
"The Thermaltake TR2 800W is a rather bland looking power supply, although the plain black appearance will suit many system builds. The finish is competently handled, although it will regularly need cleaning as it attracts fingerprints easily. A textured matt finish would have worked better."
"The overall performance of the TR2 800W is very good, considering the market focus of the power supply. It offers very good electrical performance, keeping the voltage ripple of all lines low and its electrical efficiency high. The thermal and acoustics performance of the TR2 800W are a more complex matter as our results were excellent up to 50-60% load but when the power supply is very heavily loaded the acoustics performance quickly goes downhill. This will not be a problem for most users who are not going to heavily load their power supply for prolonged periods of time or can tolerate the noise when performing most power consuming tasks but it will certainly become a problem if the system needs to remain silent even when it is heavily loaded."
"While I can make no comments on this PSU’s ability to handle full load or its efficiency, the fact that all rails have very little noise/ripple and it has 80 PLUS bronze certification should mean this isn’t a bad 700w. For £80, it’s not horrendously priced either. I’d suggest checking out some other reviews before buying, but from what I’ve seen this one should do the job of most gaming systems."