Today we get to check out a product that we don’t get to see very often, a power supply tester. We’ll be checking out Thermaltake’s latest PSU tester, the Dr. Power II. The Dr. Power II overtakes its predecessor, the Dr. Power, with a large LCD screen, up-to-date connections, and two testing modes. Read on further to see how well it performs.
Have you ever been troubleshooting your PC and you end up finding it is your power supply? You probably came to that conclusion by testing the system with another power supply. Instead of going to all of that trouble Thermaltake has the perfect device, the Dr. Power II Universal Power Supply Tester. The Dr. Power II not only will tell you if you power supply is faulty or not it will also give you the voltage readings. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
As you may know we launched our YouTube channel not that long ago! Since that time we have been bringing you unboxing videos, video reviews, gaming footage and much more! We want to give something back to our YouTube fans so we are having a contest! This contest is going to be very simple, before we get in to what you need to do to win here is what is up for grabs. We have partnered with Thermaltake to give you 3 great cases. Those cases are the Chaser MK-1 (our review), Commander and the Dokker. Read on to see exactly how you can win these 3 great cases!
I have been reviewing Thermaltake cases for quite some time and over that time period I have looked at both good and bad cases. One thing I’ve always liked about Thermaltake cases was that they were geared towards gamers and were really stylish and flashy. Thermaltake sort of went away from that look with the Element series of cases, the newer Armor cases are more on the lower-end and the Level 10 cases are out of most people’s price range. So where is the happy medium for gamers and modders that want a Thermaltake case? I believe they have answered with the Chaser MK-1 Full Tower Case. This case features 3 fans, 2 of which are LED fans, included hard drive dock, USB 3.0 ports and much more. Let’s check it out!
Today we get the opportunity to see a remake of a classic and well known CPU cooler. The Thermaltake Frio, which we reviewed over a year ago, now has a successor, the Frio OCK. With a revamped dual fan design and sleeker looks, it’s sure to be a hit. The Frio OCK comes equipped with dual 130mm fans, six 6mm copper heatpipes, and a Starcraft II design. Read on further to see what else is this successor has going for it.
Today we get the opportunity to check out a unique case, which includes something which you probably wouldn’t think. The Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition Gaming Case, includes a name that you might recognize, the BlacX. Yes, that’s BlacX as in the docking systems that Thermaltake makes. Well imagine the Duet version of the BlacX integrated into the top of your case. That’s exactly what the Thermaltake V9 BlacX Edition is, so read on find out the details.
CPU coolers come in many different shapes and sizes, but I’m pretty sure the Thermaltake Jing will surprise you with its bright green color scheme. The Jing also has two unique fans which provide more airflow than your typical fan, five 6mm heatpipes, and nickel plated metals all around. Will this bright CPU cooler work well in your case or will you have some issues? Read on further to see what our findings were.
I myself travel a good bit for LAN parties, with them ether being at a friend’s house or a larger LAN event like Pittco events right here in Pittsburgh. Traveling and carrying around a big case can sometimes be a pain. Then again there are not very many mATX cases that will suit the needs of gamers and fit their larger graphics cards and heatsinks. But Thermaltake was nice enough to send us over their Armor A30 case for us to take a look at. Let’s see if this case will suit my needs and the need of other gamers out there.
Thermaltake surprised everyone when they announced the Level 10 case. It was something that we had never seen before and was really a design marvel. While the case was truly amazing the price tag was not, not many people have $800 to drop on a case. Thermaltake knew this, but still loved the design of the Level 10 so they have released the Level 10 GT, which keeps some of the same styling of the original Level 10, but drops the price considerably. This case features 5 hot-swappable hard drive bays, USB 3.0 connectivity, three 200mm fans, and some cool lighting effects. Let’s check it out and see if Thermaltake has another winner.
External hard drive enclosures have been around for quite a long time, I can always remember having one around to use as a backup or storage drive. With USB 3.0 becoming pretty much standard on all new motherboards new enclosures like Thermaltake’s Max 5G take advantage of the super fast speeds on USB 3.0. This new enclosure from Thermaltake features a super fast USB 3.0 connection, dual 80mm active cooling LED fans and support for SATA I, II and 6GB/s drives up to 2TB. Let’s take a look…
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