Susquehannock said:What DougLite said.
TT are OK for stock. But if you want a top OCing system you would do well to look toward the better brands- OCZ, Fortron/Sparkle, Seasonic, and of course PCP&C.
DougLite said:Unfortunately, the Antec PSUs that ship with their cases are similarly anemic. Look to Antec's TruePower series for a quality PSU from Antec. The Sonata ships with such a PSU, but many Antec cases ship with much lower quality SmartPower units.
Tt Tech said:Aye....
So what do you guys suggest for Thermaltake to improve on our power supplies?
Where are we lacking and how can we break into the big boy's league?
Good I mean your PSU's arent bad at all, they just need a little work is all. I wish all PSU's had a watt meter built into them like TT ones do.Tt Tech said:Thanks for the advice... the suggestions will be escalated. Our power supply division is trying very hard to pull our status up in the PSU league.
There are no case/PSU combos from TT that I can recommend.Wich0 said:
davidhammock200 said:There are no case/PSU combos from TT that I can recommend.
The Antec case/PSU combos using the SmartPower II 500W,
True Power II 430W & True Power II 480W should all be fine for your non-SLI rig.
Rember that +12V@26A is the min recommended for non-SLI & +12V@34A is recommended for SLI.
I really don't know.jonnyGURU said:Excellent recommendation. I too would say that decent case/PSU combos are few and far between and that the Antec w/ the SPII is an all around quality unit...
But doesn't the SPII 500W has only 25A available on the combined 12V rail?