Thermaltake TR2 500W Power Supply Cable Management ATX12V V2.3 24PIN With 120mm Fan
CAD $57.38
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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.


Main Features

  • Efficiency:72%
  • Number of Fans:1
  • ATI CrossFire Supported:Yes
  • NVIDIA SLI Supported:Yes
  • Input Voltage:110 V AC,220 V AC
  • Number of +12V Rails:2
  • Output Voltage:3.3 V DC @ 22 A,5 V DC @ 18 A,12 V DC @ 17 A,12 V DC @ 18 A,-12 V DC @ 300 mA,5 V DC @ 2.50 A
  • Output Power:500 W
  • Form Factor:Internal
  • Height:3.39" (86 mm)
  • Width:5.91" (150 mm)
  • Depth:9.10" (231.14 mm)
  • Weight (Approximate):2.03 kg
  • Compatibility:
    • AMD Multi-Core CPUs

    Intel CPUs:

    • Core i5
    • Core i7
  • Environmentally Friendly:Yes
  • Environmental Certification:80 Plus Bronze
  • Limited Warranty:5 Year

General Information
Manufacturer
  • Thermaltake Technology Co., Ltd
Manufacturer Part Number
  • TR-500
Manufacturer Website Address
  • http://www.thermaltake.com
Brand Name
  • Thermaltake
Product Series
  • TR2
Product Model
  • TR2-500NL2NC
Product Name
  • TR2-500NL2NC ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply
Product Type
  • Power Supply
Technical Information
Specification Compliance
  • ATX12V/EPS12V
Efficiency
  • 72%
Number of Fans
  • 1
Protection Type
  • Over Current
  • Over Voltage
  • Over Temperature
  • Overload
  • Under Voltage
  • Short Circuit
  • Over Power
ATI CrossFire Supported
  • Yes
NVIDIA SLI Supported
  • Yes
Reliability
MTBF
  • 100000 Hour
Power Description
Input Voltage Type
  • AC
Input Voltage
  • 110 V AC
  • 220 V AC
Input Voltage Range
  • 115 V AC to 230 V AC
Number of +12V Rails
  • 2
Output Voltage
  • 3.3 V DC @ 22 A
  • 5 V DC @ 18 A
  • 12 V DC @ 17 A
  • 12 V DC @ 18 A
  • -12 V DC @ 300 mA
  • 5 V DC @ 2.50 A
Input Current
  • 8 A @ 110V
  • 5 A @ 220V
Output Power
  • 500 W
Interfaces/Ports
Plug/Connector
  • ATX Logic on-off
  • Power Rocker Switch
Receptacles
  • 1 x 20+4pin ATX Motherboard
  • 1 x 4+4pin ATX12V Motherboard
  • 1 x 6+2pin PCI-E
  • 1 x 6-pin PCI-E
  • 6 x Serial ATA
  • 4 x 4-pin LP4 Peripheral Device
  • 1 x 4-pin SP4 Floppy Drive
Physical Characteristics
Color
  • Black
Form Factor
  • Internal
Height
  • 3.39" (86 mm)
Width
  • 5.91" (150 mm)
Depth
  • 9.10" (231.14 mm)
Length
  • 6" (152.40 mm)
Weight (Approximate)
  • 2.03 kg
Miscellaneous
Compatibility
    • AMD Multi-Core CPUs

    Intel CPUs:

    • Core i5
    • Core i7
Environmentally Friendly
  • Yes
Environmental Certification
  • 80 Plus Bronze
Warranty
Limited Warranty
  • 5 Year
Average Rating
Recommend by
91%
Out of 45 Review(s)
5 (6)
4 (31)
3 (4)
2 (3)
1 (1)

By: mtran 2015-09-11 22:50

Pros
Trusted brand, very quiet fan

Cons
non

Summary

PSU working great. Fan is big and very quiet.Cables are not sleeved but easy to manage. I prefer non-sleeved cables for easy management, and this is exactly what the PSU was designed for, "cable management". They are easy to route and tidy up. I find no problems with the cables.

By: Louis_S 2015-08-28 12:12

Pros
Good price and 5 year warranty!

Cons
Mail in rebate is a pain to deal with

Summary

I am satisfied with the performance of this power supply. Installation was straight forward. It is not modular but I don't really care about that since it is internal to the case. Cables are long enough and it all worked out well. Will buy again if I need another one.

By: raymond_s 2015-07-31 15:10

Pros
cheap power supply

Cons
not modular

Summary

its cheap and good performance got amd fx cpu, and r9 280x vga, can hold a full load, but thind is its not braided and not modular

By: Darcy Wood 2015-05-19 10:20

Pros
Price, Cable Length, silent,

Cons
It did not come with any cookies or any kind of snack food =(

Summary

I have a few of the 500 watt ones in the same series one in a htpc that's never powered down and the other in a large storage server that's also never powered down. Over a few years now both systems are running just fine.

By: R B Inc 2015-05-12 11:37

Pros
- 80 plus - quiet fan - can handle constant large load

Cons
- terrible cable management, no sleeving

Summary

Bought this to run 2x R9 270's for mining. Worked like a charm, no issues. But then the mining craze died and I just put it into another PC. Still running solidly after 2 years, fan is still quiet. Just wish the cables were sleeved and black coloured.

By: 82BKM 2015-05-04 12:41

Pros
Good PSU, good price. (equals $0.10/watt)

Cons
None at this price.

Summary

Good for a home office or small office build, not for gaming.

By: Jeremie_C2 2015-04-27 16:47

Pros
Enough power, small and from a reputable brand

Cons
Some compatibility issues

Summary

Had some compatibility issues with an Asus P5K motherboard for some reason.

By: Shantel_N 2015-01-15 08:08

Pros
works good so far

Cons
cords are stiff hard to work with not to mention the patients you need while trying to cable manage them because they intertwine each other.

Summary

other than the cables its a cheap solution to feed power to your components.

By: Justin_E 2014-12-11 08:53

Pros
- quiet fan - good length cables

Cons
- none

Summary

Bought this to upgrade my desktop's power supply, really glad.

By: Th3PCGuru 2014-11-19 13:14

Pros
This review should actually be 1 star, but this site routinely eliminates negative reviews, so here we are. Great little PSU, all the connectors you could want. Thermaltake is a name you can trust. Great build quality. Affordable option.

Cons
Rebate process. (Read summary)

Summary

Nothing much needs to be said about the quality of Tt products. Their history in the marketplace should speak for itself. That being said, I do not think I will be buying anything from them in the near future. This has nothing to do with the quality of the product and everything to do with the shoddiness and underhandedness of their service. The mail-in rebate of $20 on a $39.99 original price was too good to pass on. Everything went swimmingly at first. The PSU arrived quickly (thank you NCIX) and was the perfect replacement option for a friend's broken unit. However, two weeks after mailing in my rebate form and paperwork, I received an email stating that my claim was denied. Their reasoning was that I had not included a copy of the invoice or packing slip (I know I had). So, I followed the link to their rebate site and viewed the documents online. Well I'll be a monkey's uncle if the invoice wasn't right there before my eyes. My next step was to call their customer service line. After jumping through hoops with their automated service for twenty minutes, I decided to just press "0" in hopes of getting a human (there is no automatic prompt telling you this option exists). It worked and after five more minutes on hold, a polite young lady answered my call. She put me on hold again and another twenty minutes passes by before she comes back to confirm that my documents had indeed arrived and were accurate. I assume they left me on hold so long in hopes that I would just give up. Finally my rebate is approved, but if I had not forced the issue, they would have denied me and laughed all the way to the bank (with my money). This is why this company deserves a 1-star rating, even though their products are high-quality. The underhandedness of their business practices is something to avoid. This site is not much better given that they disallow negative comments in favor of positive ones that will help to sell their products. Dirty, dirty, dirty. They still have not published my 3-star review of a Samsung SSD from two weeks ago. It wasn't even that harsh. Just a small complaint about the included features causing BSODs. Ah well. Can't fight the system, but you can work around it ;)