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Hands On: Dr.Power II By Thermaltake

 

Problems with your peripherals?  Not sure if your device is broken or if your power supply just cant handle it? Thanks to Thermaltake gone are the days of breaking out your voltage tester, setting it to the proper settings, and probing wires/connections to see if the proper voltage is there. With the Dr.Power II you have everything you need in the palm of your hands. Keep reading after the jump for the review.

 

The Dr. Power II by Thermaltake is the device that every computer tech/builder/owner should have. The Dr. Power can help you diagnose you power problems with ease. Thanks to it’s easy to use desing and plugs for all of your testing needs, this is the only device you will probibally ever need for power testing.

As you can see from the photo above from Thermaltake, the DR. Power II has plugs for you 24 pin connector, PCI-E, CPU 4 and 8 pin connector,SATA, and Peripheral connector.

As you can see, The easy to read display will show you the power values of all of your connectors. No guess work involved. If the DR Power II detects

Thermaltake, makers of high quality computer towers and periferals, have hit another home run with the DR. Power II.  With it’s ease of use, easy to read display and sub $40 price point, this is a device that every computer builder/tech should own.

SOURCE: THERMALTAKE

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