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Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Thermaltake PurePower PST520W

3. Installation

We had absolutely no problem installing this P.S.U. in any PC case, since it has the standard size. However, it should be noticed that a free 5.25” bay is needed to connect the P.S.T. Without it, the PurePower 520W cannot operate.

When powered up, the P.S.T. slots light up blue, making this way easier to distinguish which slot powers which device, and of course with the blue 12cm P.S.U. fan, they add a fancy blue touch to the box.

 

To be honest, we expected the P.S.T. to have its cables better arranged, but as you can see, even with this patented design, there are a lot of cables in the way. However, this array is better than no array at all.

Unfortunately, there is no way to monitor the fan rotation speed, a feature we enjoyed with the PurePower 500W.

The system is set, the power is on, so let the games begin!!!




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