Thermaltake 775W Toughpower XT Power Supply Review term absolute power corrupts absolutely is somewhat true in everything except when it comes to your PC. The closest you can get to absolute voltage the better your PC performs. Anyone that has ever been stuck with a low end PSU knows that nothings is more frustrating than having the back bone of your PC becoming a spineless piece of garbage. Thermaltake is known for their rock solid Power Supplies and I am personally a fan. I am currently running multiple builds in my house 2 of which I trust only with Thermaltake PSU’s. Because we have a large base of Overclockers coming to OCHQ we know the importance of stable power. The last thing that should be effecting your prime OC is a poorly made PSU. Today we will be looking at a Thermaltake Toughpower XT 775W Power Supply. Let’s see what sets it apart from its competitors.

Provided by: Thermaltake

Price: $139.99

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Specifications and Features:



Fan speed & noise level


– Compliance with Intel ATX 12V 2.3 & SSI EPS 12V 2.91 standards.
24/7 @ 50 : Guaranteed to deliver 775W continuous power.
Double-forward switching circuitry: compared with traditional circuitry, double-forward switching circuitry offers low power loss and high reliability.
Unparalleled DC to DC converters for 3.3V and 5V outputs to reach high efficiency.
High quality Japanese capacitors: ensure superb performance and reliability.
105 ° C (221 ) s olid state capacitors: great stability at higher operating temperatures, frequencies and currents.
80 PLUS Bronze certified – provide up to 89% effective power conversion to cut-down   electric cost.
S.P.T. Indicator: PSU status monitor with 3-mode LED ( standby / PG signal / temperature).
Fan Delay Cool Technology: allows 14cm fan to continue to operate 15-30 sec after system shuts- down to ensure all components are properly cooled.
12Vin1: single +12V rail design providing up to 64A.
Multi-GPU ready: 2 x PCI-E 6+2pin & 2 x PCI-E 6pin for PCI-Express graphic cards.
Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) with PF value of 0.95 at full load.
Auto switching circuitry for universal AC input from 90-264V.
High reliability: MTBF>120,000 hours.
DIMENSION: 5.9”(W) x 3.4”(H) x 6.3” (L);150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 160mm(L)
Built-in industry grade protections : Over Current, Over Power, Over Voltage, Under Voltage, and Short- Circuit protection.
Safety / EMI Approvals: UL/CUL, FCC, TUV, CE, BSMI, and GOST certified.
  Model TP-775AH3CC
Type Intel ATX 12V 2.3 & EPS 12V 2.91
Max. Output Capacity 775W
Peak Output Capacity 875W
Color Black
Dimension ( W / H / D ) 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 160mm(L)
PFC (Power Factor Correction) Active PFC
Power Good Signal 100-500 msec
Hold Up Time 15msec (minimum) at 80% of full load at 230Vac input.
AC INPUT Input Current 115Vac / 10A max. 230Vac / 5A max.
  Input Frequency Range 47 Hz ~ 63 Hz
Input Voltage 100 VAC- 240 VAC
ENVIRONMENTAL Operation Temperature 0℃ to +50℃
  Operating Humidity 20% to 90%,non-condensing
Storage Temperature -20 ℃ to +70 ℃
Storage Humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Cooling System 140mm dual ball bearing Fan:1900 RPM ± 10%
MISCELLANEOUS Efficiency 82% ~85% at full load (typical) and 115Vac input. Up to 89% at 230V Input.
  MTBF 120,000 hrs minimum
Safety Approval UL/CUL, FCC, TUV, CE, BSMI, GOST



Much like its predecessor’s the Thermaltake Tough Power 775W XT Power Supply runs rock solid at the right voltages. This power supply has a ton of extras and its modular design makes for a very tidy case which means better airflow and much better overall performance.

Would I recommend this products? Yes, Thermaltake has never let me down and if they keep up this level of quality I don’t think they ever will. The bonus of the 80 Bronze certifications means running this PSU will save me money in the long run.


  • Price Quality Ratio
  • Modular 
  • S.P.T Indicators
  • 80Plus Bronze
  • Japanese Solid State Capacitors


  • One 12v Rail Only

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