Returning readers have most likely seen a wide selection of SFX power supplies coming through the LanOC office over the years. I have to admit, I have a little bit of an obsession with these tiny power supplies. It’s because I love building small form factor LAN rigs and you can’t go small without having the power to push it, so when I first saw Silverstone introducing them a few years ago I jumped on them and used them in Lunchbox 2. I later built our entire Lunchbox 3 all around one as well. Recently a few other manufacturers have been jumping into the SFX market. This is exciting for two reasons. For one it means more options. But the most exciting thing is that most of the companies who have been bringing them out also manufacture cases, meaning there may be more SFX based case options coming in the future. Well, Thermaltake introduced a 450 watt and a 600 watt recently and today I’m going to check out the 450 watt and see what it is all about and find out how it compares to the Silverstone and Corsair SFX options.

Product Name: Thermaltake Toughpower SFX 450W

Review Sample Provided by: Thermaltake

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

 

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Specifications
Form Factor SFX
Short P/N STP-0450F-G
Color Black
Dimension W / H / D 125mm(W) x 63.5mm(H) x 100mm(D)
PFC Power Factor Correction Active PFC
Power Good Signal 100-500 msec
Hold Up Time > 16msec at 75% of full load
Input current 3.5A – 7A
Input Frequency Range 50Hz - 60Hz
Input Voltage 100V - 240V
Operating Temperature 0 to +40
Operating Humidity 20% to 85%,non-condensing
Storage Humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Storage Temperature -20 to +90
Cooling System 8cm fan
Efficiency MEET 80 PLUS®Gold at 115Vac input.
MTBF 120,000 hrs minimum
Safety Approval CE/FCC/UL/Bauart Mark+CB/EAC
Type Intel SFX 12V 3.3 and ATX 12V 2.4
Model STP-450AH1FEG
Max. Output Capacity 450W
Peak Output Capacity 540W
PCI-E Connector 2

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38083 15 Aug 2016 17:38
If you like the small form factor builds, you should be excited that Thermaltake now has an SFX power supply available. Not only for the variety, but for what it could mean with future case options as well.

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