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Thermaltake ToughPower XT 775w review

The Thermaltake unit is encased in steel with a rather unusual murky, glossy brown paint … it measures 160mm which means it will prove no issue fitting into the majority of cases.

The colour of the unit raised a heated debate in our offices with a 50/50 split vote on loving/hating it. I think it looks alright, but matt black would be my choice.

The rear has a large vent to extract hot air outside the chassis and a simple power on/off rocker switch.

The front of the PSU features a series of 8 connections, split into 4×4 black and 4×4 red (Red is for PCI-E Cables and Black is for peripherals).

Earlier versions of this PSU didn't have fully sleeved cables entering the case (above) which looked quite unattractive.

Seemingly we had a newer revision as they were sleeved all the way in (see image directly above).

The unit comprises a ATX20/24 pin fixed cable and one ATX 12V/EPS12V 4 pin and 8 pin. Thermaltake also include 2x PCI Express 6 pin, 2x PCI Express 8 pin, 6 x Molex, 1 x FDD, 8 X Serial ATA.

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