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Date: May 27th, 2009
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake USA
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Another feature unique to the Toughpower XT line is the S.P.T. indicator LEDs that display the Standby, PG signal, and Temperature status of the power supply. Unless you have a window in your chassis, you won't be able to monitor these LEDs, and I'm dubious of the need, or even the ultimate usefulness of this feature. I suppose it doesn't do any harm and may ease troubleshooting chores.



Modular sockets are clearly labeled and the 20/24-pin ATX cable is the only native cable on the XT. This cable isn't sleeved all the way into the case, but there is a nice grommet here to prevent any wire abrasion in this area.



The obligatory label proudly displays, along with the more mundane specifications, the 80PLUS Bronze rating, 5-year warranty and the ATX and EPS certifications.

 

 


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