Thermaltake SMART M


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Type Intel ATX 12V 2.3
Max. Output Capacity 450/550/650/750/850W
Peak Output Capacity 495/605/715/900/1020W
Color Black
Dimension (H x W x D) 86mm x 150mm x 160mm
PFC (Power Factor Correction) Active PFC
Power Good Signal 100-500 msec
Hold Up Time 16msec (minimum) @ 80% of full load at 115Vac/ 230Vac input.
Input current 10A / 5A
Input Frequency Range 47 Hz - 63 Hz
Input Voltage 100 Vac- 240 Vac
Operation Temperature 0℃ to +40℃
Operating Humidity 20% to 90%,non-condensing
Storage Temperature -20 ℃ to +70 ℃
Storage Humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Cooling System 140mm Fan: 2300 R.P.M. ± 10%
Efficiency 82-88% efficiency @ 20-100% load
MTBF 100,000 hrs minimum
Safety Approval UL/CUL/TUV/CE/FCC and BSMI
PCI-E adaptor cable PCI-E 6+2pin x 4

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APH Networks  --- Jul 05 '13  --- Feb 11 '14
HardOCP  --- Jun 16 '14
KitGuru  --- Aug 08 '12
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APH Networks on Jul 10 '13

"The Thermaltake SMART M750W is definitely a 'smart' choice if you are looking for a budget oriented modular power supply. Using full Japanese-made capacitors down to the secondary caps, a good..."

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"Thermaltake’s Smart M550W power supply is a decent offering for a budget power supply unit. Intended for an entry level or mid range system it has all the main features you’d need including 80 Plus..."

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HardOCP on Jun 16 '14

"While price can't do everything for a product, price can make up for a multitude of sins, and today the price argument is going to be a hard one to ignore for this product. Sure it won't be the..."

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KitGuru on Aug 08 '12

"A solid release from Thermaltake, and well worth buying."

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