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Review : Thermaltake Silent Purepower 420APD + Active PFC PSU

Posted on Wednesday, November 13 2002 @ 05:40:59 CET by


The guys from A1 Electronics reviewed the Thermaltake Silent Purepower 420APD PSU with Active PFC:
Thermaltake well known for their top quality CPU heatsinks have over recent times branched out to cover a selection of other products that the discerning PC computer user needs. Developing a top quality power supply fits in well.

Thermaltake kindly sent us one of their latest power supplies to try out. This version is their 420APD (Dual Fan) ATX12V + Active PFC. Not only ideal for AMD Athlon XP systems but it also includes the necessary 4-pin power connector for Intel Pentium 4 motherboards.

The Thermaltake Silent Purepower range consists of various watts outputs: 420AD (dual fan), 420APD (dual fan + PFC), 360AD (dual fan), 360APD (dual fan + PFC), 360, 360AP (passive PFC), 300A, 300AP (passive PFC). So spoilt for choice.


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