Date: February 26th, 2010
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Thermaltake USA
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH
The other end of the TR2 has the modular connectors and there are only six of them. They are all 8-pin sockets and are color-coded to differentiate between graphics and the various other power needs of your system. The native cables are sleeved all the way into the unit with a black mesh material and a black plastic grommet further protects the bundled wires.
There are a total of four native cables hard-wired to the unit. From left to right, there is a 6-pin PCI-E, an 8-pin (4+4) aux power, a 24-pin and another PCI-E connector, this one having a 6+2 configuration. The wiring is secured with zip ties and shrink-wrap keeps the sleeving material where it belongs.
The two modular PCI-E cables are terminated in exactly the same manner as the native ones, and the remaining peripheral modular cables include seven each of the SATA and 4-pin molex connectors and a single floppy connector. These should be more than sufficient for the vast majority of users and the cables are of generous length. In fact, I used this very PSU in a full-tower chassis recently with no cable length issues.