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Thermaltake Dr. Power II Universal ATX PSU Tester

Author: Lee Garbutt
Manufacturer: Thermaltake

A Detailed Look at the Dr. Power II PSU Tester

The Thermaltake Dr. Power II Universal ATX Power Supply Tester arrived securely packed inside a small retail box that highlights the unit's features and capabilities.

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Inside you will find the Dr. Power II PSU Tester along with a double-sided User's Guide and a small multi-language Quick Start User Guide.

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The Dr. Power II unit measures approximately 3" wide by 5" high and 0.8" deep. It features a large LCD display on the front and uses five power connectors to attach to the PSU to be tested. A push-button on the left side is used to initiate testing.

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(Courtesy of Thermaltake)

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(24-pin ATX Connector plugged into the bottom connector)

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(8-pin CPU, 4-pin Molex, 15-pin SATA and 8-pin PCI-E into the top connectors)

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August 14, 2012 | 11:29 PM - Posted by Techf1end (not verified)

bought this when i decided to start my own computer repair business. simple to use, nice screen, plugging and unplugging the different connectors are a breeze compared to other models i have used. Very accurate, and has paid for itself :)

August 15, 2012 | 03:06 PM - Posted by jewie27 (not verified)

When I start a computer business, a paperclip will be my powersupply tester.

August 17, 2012 | 02:17 AM - Posted by Techf1end (not verified)

hope thats a joke ;)

October 11, 2012 | 04:32 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

I've used two of the other type that are rebadged and sold by at least 8 companies. They both fried when measuring certain psu's with high voltage output. I put this unit on the last psu to burn the others out and it handled it fine, displaying the red screen. I now warn folks about the other units. This psu tester is great.