Thermaltake Smart RGB 500 Watt 80+ PSU/Power Supply £38.99 / £43.78 delivered @ Scan
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Thermaltake Smart RGB 500 Watt 80+ PSU/Power Supply £38.99 / £43.78 delivered @ Scan

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Found 13th JunEdited by:"F_Awan"
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Smart RGB 500W

Thermaltake, as the pioneer who incorporates RGB lights into PSU, has launched the Thermaltake Smart RGB Series, coming with a pre-installed, 256 colours RGB fan hub with 15 lighting modes to choose from and built-in memory.
Featuring capacities ranging from 500W to 700W and 80 PLUS Standard certification, Smart RGB Series adopts the high quality components and silent design that always accommodate any mainstream build under any circumstance.

One Button to Your Desired Colour
By pressing the RGB lighting button, the fan colour can be switched among variants including Pulse Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Purple/Light Blue/White, 256 Colour RGB Cycle, Solid Red/Green/Blue/Yellow/Purple/Light Blue/ White, and a LED Off mode. The fan is also constructed with a built-in memory function, saving the colour applied and insuring the same colour selection every time you boot your PC.

10 LED Light Bulbs
The Smart RGB Series adopts 10 LED light bulbs to enhance the brightness and spawn an advanced user experience in the world of illumination.

Ultra Quiet 120mm Fan
SMART RGB series adopt 120mm cooling fan with intelligent RPM control guarantees excellent cool performance and silent operation.

High Amperage Single +12V Rail
Smart RGB 500W White is equipped with a powerful single +12V rail, eliminating the limitations caused by voltage distributions, delivering the power your CPU and VGA demand in any situations. Providing the best compatibility, conversion efficiency and stable voltage output.

Multiple Connectors
Smart RGB offers cable selection for users while powering the system at an advantageous voltage. Further, the multiple connectors make cable installation an easy task.

80 PLUS 230V Standard Certified and Kaby Lake Ready
Deliver up to 87% efficiency under real world load conditions to promise low power losses. Additionally, Smart RGB Series has been optimized to work with Intel’s latest, seventh-generation Kabylake processors to achieve maximum energy saving.

RGB Lighting Provides Best Aesthetics for All Chassis
Smart RGB Series is the best idea for users to go with when they are looking for an RGB PSU which permits remarkable functionality and aesthetics in all cases, especially Open Frame or Tower cases.Features• 80 PLUS Certification.
• 120mm Fan.
• RGB Support.
• Single +12V Rail.
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Oh look, a bomb
LukeyWolf2 m ago

Oh look, a bomb


hahaha .... heaven for rgb lovers though
LukeyWolf6 m ago

Oh look, a bomb


It's 80 plus rated so doubt it
I bought this for an office build as it was the cheapest decent PSU around. The fan is not silent. It's quiet with a humm...but not silent
coventgamer34 m ago

It's 80 plus rated so doubt it


It's thermaltake
Sorry for the ignorance. Is this about a silver rated?
Walshinho24 m ago

Sorry for the ignorance. Is this about a silver rated?



80 PLUS White
Walshinho31 m ago

Sorry for the ignorance. Is this about a silver rated?


If they don't mention which 80 plus they're rated for, it's 80 plus white. That's the lowest 80 plus rating you can have. They claim 87% peak efficiency while 80 plus bronze starts at 88%.

Not that that's bad mind, most folk don't keep their PC on 24/7 so don't lose much in wasted energy from the PSU.
I have the 700w version had it for a while now. It's has not exploded yet and I doubt it will. I know these "this PSU will explode one day" comments are just an exaggeration. I have never went over the top when it comes to PSU's. I have never went into triple figures on one. Most I have ever spent on one is like £60.

I have only ever owned 3 PSU's and 2 of them died after about 5 years each. They didn't blow up and burn my house down some people on reddit want you to believe. It simply stopped powering up my system. I simply just had to replace the PSU and my PC was back up and running. Just stick with known brands like Corsair, EVGA, SeasSonic and in my experiance so far Thermaltake.
Edited by: "ocelot20" 13th Jun
ocelot2031 m ago

I have the 700w version had it for a while now. It's has not exploded yet …I have the 700w version had it for a while now. It's has not exploded yet and I doubt it will. I know these "this PSU will explode one day" comments are just an exaggeration. I have never went over the top when it comes to PSU's. I have never went into triple figures on one. Most I have ever spent on one is like £60. I have only ever owned 3 PSU's and 2 of them died after about 5 years each. They didn't blow up and burn my house down some people on reddit want you to believe. It simply stopped powering up my system. I simply just had to replace the PSU and my PC was back up and running. Just stick with known brands like Corsair, EVGA, SeasSonic and in my experiance so far Thermaltake.


It's less the exploding, more that if things go wrong your PSU can kill your motherboard, CPU, RAM, storage, GPU etc and the worse the PSU is the higher the risk of that happening so saving a tenner can in the worst case cost you hundreds in replacement parts.

The problem is that there are no numbers on reliability and even if there were your home mains supply is pretty variable. Got a big motor somewhere that turns on and off while your PC's on, perhaps an old fridge or a kitchen mixer? Those will affect the stability of your mains supply to your PC, possibly shortening its lifespan.

The whole darned thing invites superstition. My advice is to get the longest warranty possible as you can expect your PSU to outlive the warranty.
LukeyWolf4 h, 3 m ago

Oh look, a bomb


Not just any bomb!! It's an RGB bomb!!!!
Josh_millen17 m ago

Not just any bomb!! It's an RGB bomb!!!!


Now you can give people a seizure before things go to hell
coventgamer6 h, 17 m ago

It's 80 plus rated so doubt it


That's not a be all and end all mark of quality.
reubenno11 h, 48 m ago

That's not a be all and end all mark of quality.


It’s a good basic start though, no 80 Plus = avoid but not vice versa.

It’s tier 6

linustechtips.com/mai…ed/

Then again we have some Corsair VS series which were used in machines used for mining back in the day (couple of years back) and nothing broke or failed.
Never really understood this millennial crap.
Lighting up your room like a red light district or cheap takeaway - always wonderful!
Well suppose it's good for those who enjoy not actually being on the computer and just staring at those pretty little lights inside of their cases.
ocelot2018 h, 12 m ago

I have the 700w version had it for a while now. It's has not exploded yet …I have the 700w version had it for a while now. It's has not exploded yet and I doubt it will. I know these "this PSU will explode one day" comments are just an exaggeration. I have never went over the top when it comes to PSU's. I have never went into triple figures on one. Most I have ever spent on one is like £60. I have only ever owned 3 PSU's and 2 of them died after about 5 years each. They didn't blow up and burn my house down some people on reddit want you to believe. It simply stopped powering up my system. I simply just had to replace the PSU and my PC was back up and running. Just stick with known brands like Corsair, EVGA, SeasSonic and in my experiance so far Thermaltake.



I've been building PCs on and off for over 20 years. In the early days power supplies usually came with the case, and the whole lot only cost £25. And that's when a 60GB hard drive cost £150. Never had one, to my knowledge, take out a motherboard or CPU. I've had a few graphics cards fail, which I suppose COULD have been due to the power supply, but it's not like the power supply went bang and suddenly the graphics card failed. I've certainly replaced quite a few failed power supplies, but in each case they either stopped working completely, or the computer became completely unstable due to low voltages, and worked fine once the PSU was replaced. Maybe I've just been really lucky.
ADirtyOldClown5 h, 40 m ago

Never really understood this millennial crap. Lighting up your room like a …Never really understood this millennial crap. Lighting up your room like a red light district or cheap takeaway - always wonderful! Well suppose it's good for those who enjoy not actually being on the computer and just staring at those pretty little lights inside of their cases.


It's hardly a milennial thing, just some members of the enthusiast community like it. I'm not one of them.
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