Introduction to the Thermaltake TR2 RX
Think about all the components that are packed into a computer tower these days. There is multiple graphics in some cases, at least a multi-core processor at least four cores and until the price of solid state drives get affordable multiple hard drives are also present. When you give it a few minutes of thought you will realize that you can quickly grow your old power supply. Getting a new power supply something that many people hate to spend their hard earned money on. But if you think about it its easy one of the most important pieces in your rig. So, an upgrade just may fit the build.
Thermaltake being one of the leaders in power supply production has once again sent us one of their prized power units. The TR2 RX is aimed at the mainstream segment, for people that are looking for efficiency, decent amount of power and reliability. The TR2 has all that. It is rated 86%, anywhere from 600 to 750 watts and has a great warranty which last five years from date of purchase. We will be taking a look at the 750 watt which has support for dual GPU no matter the card has two 6-pin or 8-pin connectors. We have it here.
Thermaltake take on the TR2 RX
TR2 series is designed with mainstream PC in mind. With Thermaltake’s state-of-the-art circuitry design capability and advanced packaging technology, it is capable of providing the same level of high efficiency and power protection that you have come to expect from Thermaltake’s full range of power supply. TR2 series power supply all carries an industry-leading 5 Year Limited Warranty for the ultimate piece of mind.