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    Default Thermaltake Toughpower XT 750W

    Power supplies in the 750W market segment are generally strong enough to power some very beefy systems, yet not terribly expensive and prohibitive to buy. Consumers want quality and performance at a price that won't break the bank. Today we're looking at the Thermaltake ToughpowerXT 750W power supply, a unit that comes loaded with features. But how well does it perform? Let's take a look.



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    Nice power supply, in the 12volt regulation test, held up during testing with hardly any movement at all. Price is a little steep, but in this case it does look like you get what you pay for .

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