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.
- Designed from the ground-up, it supports every ATX power supply available today up to ATX12V v2.3.
- Oversized LCD panel that accurately shows the value of each specific power rails (within one-tenth of a volt).
- Accurate voltage indicating for +12V/+5V/+3.3V/5VSB/-12V.
- Built-in output connector’s diagnostic system, low-voltage, high-voltage, no voltage, PG alarm systems.
- Easily troubleshoots system failure due to unstable power supply.
- Built-in alarm system to identify user when the power supply demonstrates abnormal characteristic.
|Type||24pin, PCI-E, CPU, Molex, SATA|
|Dimension of main body (H x W x D）||130mm x 75mm x 24.7mm|
The Thermaltake Dr. Power II comes packaged in a small retail box. The packaging looks like any other Thermaltake product with the black/red color scheme. On the front of the package is the product name, features and a clear window to see the actual unit. The back goes over what the device is used for, the specifications as well as a diagram of the power supply tester.
To give you a good idea of how the Dr. Power II comes and and a brief overview check out the video below.