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Thermaltake's Dr. is now performing PSU checkups

For the folk who like assurance their system's running A1.

By: Steve Dougherty from Aug 2, 2011 @ 7:35 CDT

If you're one of the many PC enthusiasts that wants to know the ins and outs of their PC's health at all times to ensure continuous optimal behaviour, a new device Thermaltake has launched today should gain interest pretty quickly.


In their second iteration, Thermaltake has today introduced the Dr. Power II universal power supply testing device, a handheld unit aimed at enthusiasts and gamers wanting to check up on the health of their system's power supply with great accurary and ease.

The Dr. Power II sports an LCD screen that can report the values of the individual rails on any given power supply along with the output levels on all other relevant connectors including 8-pin CPU, 24-pin mobo, 8-pin PCIe, MOLEX and SATA plugs.


Pray it never happens, but the Dr. Power II's blue backlight will change to red along with an audible alarm system being triggered if something's gone belly up.

Thermaltake is expected to hit shelves sometime this month. Pricing not known just yet.

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