Thermaltake Smart BM2 750w Power Supply Review
Mike Sanders / 7 months ago
Thermaltake is undoubtedly one of the most respected brands when it comes to bringing a wide variety of products to the market that is suitable for practically all levels of PC ownership. From general to enthusiast-grade, we have never failed to be impressed with them as they continually look (as one of the few manufacturers) to expand and innovate their designs. With the Thermaltake Smart BM2 power supply, however, we get to see the company’s professional side with a solid PSU packing plenty of excellent features. And perhaps above all, a very reasonable price tag!
Thermaltake Smart BM2 750w
The Thermaltake Smart BM2 range of power supplies are available in power outputs between 450w-750w. For this review, however, we will be taking a specifically closer look at the ‘top-dog’ 750-watt design. Coming with an 80-Plus Bronze efficiency rating, semi-modular cable design, and an impressive 5-year warranty, this PSU looks to be the perfect choice for your ‘average’ PC consumer who simply wants their power supply to do its job efficiently and effectively while still offering plenty of functionality for future potential component upgrades!
- 80-Plus Bronze Efficiency Rated
- Rufle Bearing Fan Design
- 750W Continuous Output at 40C/104F Operating Environment
- Modular Low-Profile Flat Black Cables
- High Quality Japanese Main Capacitor
- High Amperage Single +12V Rail Design
- DC to DC Converter Design
- Intel C6/C7 Sleep States and ErP Ready
- 5-Year Warranty
What Thermaltake Had to Say?
“Built to deliver 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency with up to 85% of it, the Smart BM2 series is available in 450W/550W/650W/750W. Constructed with a 140mm rifle bearing fan, Japanese main capacitors and other premium components, the Smart BM2 750W delivers a continuous and stable power output at 40℃, allowing near silent operation and reliable performance. With an ample 5-year warranty, the Smart BM2 750W is able to satisfy the market, where value-oriented users are looking for a new power supply with all the latest features.”
For more detailed specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!
Coming as a semi-modular design, the Thermaltake Smart BM2 already has the motherboard and CPU power connectors attached to the block. A handy and convenient feature as 99.9% of users will always require both of these to be connected on modern PC systems. In terms of the other modular cabling solutions, however, Thermaltake provides you with more than enough for your standard gaming PC. Albeit, enthusiast level users might want to take a closer look at what is provided to ensure that this will be 100% suitable.