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Friday, May 26, 2006
Thermaltake Power Express 250W

2. A Closer Look

The front design is eye catching. Reflective black front panel, equipped with a cooling vent which has the Power Express logo on it. On the right, you will find a power button and underneath, the three LEDs show the operating status.

On the top cover, you will find the 'Thermaltake cool your life' logo...

Specifications regarding voltages and power output, can be found on the label, which is located on the bottom of the PSU...

On the back, we have the cables and a 4cm 12V Fan, that draws air out from the unit. Notice also, that all the cables are internally connected and cannot be detached, so that could be a problem during the installation procedure, especially when other 5.25" devices are already installed in the drive bay.

2x PCI-Express Connectors & 1x 4-pin Connector for receiving Signal from Main PSU for synchronal Power On/Off

All the cables are covered with black, cable sleeving...

The power cord terminates on a black PCI bracket, which connects to the external AC power cable.

OK, let's install it on our "gaming" system.




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