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Testseek.com have collected 7 expert reviews of the ThermalTake ToughPower Cable Management W0131 850W and the average rating is 100%. Scroll down and see all reviews for ThermalTake ToughPower Cable Management W0131 850W.
 
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The editors liked

  • 850 watts
  • Four 12V rails (totaling an available 62A)
  • Modular cables
  • Impressive stability
  • Quiet
  • Attractive finish
  • Goldplated connectors
  • Fully sleeved
  • Active PFC
  • Native support for SLI (quadSLI certified)
  • Lots of connectors and ample cable length
  • Variety of wattages available in the series
  • Modular design
  • Attractive finish (For those who have windowed cases to see it)
  • Four PCIE video card power leads (and two adapters for 6pin cards)
  • 5 year warranty (great to see a manufacturer stand beh...
  • 5 year warranty
  • 140mm cooling fan
  • Extremely quiet
  • SLI Certified
  • World Cyber Games Official Power Supply
  • 80 Rating w/ 87% Efficiency
  • Tons and tons of connectors for heavily loaded systems
  • MINOR

The editors didn't like

  • Expensive!
  • Would be nice if the two hardwired PCIE video card power cables would be modular too
  • Noise preventative pad wouldn't allow the PSU to fit in my case so I couldn't use that part
  • Very expensive
  • But you get what you pay for!
  • A single large 12V rail would be better
  • Not crossfire certified
  • Editors Choice
  • HTL Editors Choice

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  Published: 2009-03-09, review by: hitechlegion.com

  • Modular cables, 5 year warranty, 140mm cooling fan, Extremely quiet, SLI Certified, World Cyber Games Official Power Supply, 80 Rating w/ 87% Efficiency, Tons and tons of connectors for heavily loaded systems, MINOR
  • A single large 12V rail would be better, Not crossfire certified, Editors Choice, HTL Editors Choice
  • I was a little apprehensive about reviewing this power supply because I knew I couldn't load it up with enough draw to make it scream. Even so, I knew I had enough hardware hooked to it that if it was going to hiccup, I would probably see it.I've...

 
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  Published: 2008-01-04, review by: OCModShop

  • The ThermalTake ToughPower 850 is certainly a beast worthy of powering a hefty system. The high quality components used deliver very clean power at every load level, and the high capacity of this unit can certainly power even a quad-GPU computer. The ...

 
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  Published: 2007-12-28, review by: ocia.net

  • A quad rail system can be a blessing and a curse. Its easier for Thermaltake to dump in more wattage with extra rails, but its easier for the consumer to blow them out when theres only a few mediocre 12V lines and not just one really solid one. Thou...

 
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  Published: 2007-08-24, review by: dreamwarecomputers.com

  • Quiet, Variety of wattages available in the series, Modular design, Attractive finish (For those who have windowed cases to see it), Four PCIE video card power leads (and two adapters for 6pin cards), 5 year warranty (great to see a manufacturer stand beh...
  • Would be nice if the two hardwired PCIE video card power cables would be modular too, Noise preventative pad wouldn't allow the PSU to fit in my case so I couldn't use that part, Very expensive, but you get what you pay for!
  • Overall, the Thermaltake Toughpower 850W was an excellent power supply. Although costly, you definitely do get what you pay for. There's enough cables provided to power even the largest of systems. The silence of the 140mm fan is great, I could barely...

 
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  Published: 2007-03-10, review by: hardwareunboxed.com

  • The Thermaltake Toughpower 850w just could not do a thing wrong, as it worked flawlessly throughout the testing phase. This makes the Toughpower 850w an ideal product for those building gaming systems with the fastest available components. It has prove...

 
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  Published: 2007-02-15, review by: pcper.com

  • If you are in the market for a power supply in the 650~1200 watt range, one of the new Thermaltake Toughpower units deserve a close look. The 850W model exhibited very good voltage regulation and stability along with excellent efficiency. Active PF...

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  Published: 2006-12-11, review by: tweaknews.net

  • 850 watts, Four 12V rails (totaling an available 62A), Modular cables, Impressive stability, Quiet, Attractive finish, Goldplated connectors, Fully sleeved, Active PFC, Native support for SLI (quadSLI certified), Lots of connectors and ample cable length
  • Expensive!
  • With the Toughpower 850W PSU, Thermaltake is targeting the very top of the enthusiast/gamer market. Four very strong +12V rails and native support for four graphics cards and eight SATA drives is certainly not the norm and will almost surely be embra...

 
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