Power Supplies

Thermaltake Smart BM2 750w Power Supply Review


Unlike many other Thermaltake power supplies, for this particular model they have decided to not particularly tout its ripple noise levels. Quite frankly though, we’re not sure why. Across all of our tests, the results were remarkably low with the highest result only seen in the 12V channel at 100% load (a result which is always typically the highest). Given that this is still less than half of the required EU maximum, however, while it might not say it on the box, we’re happy enough to say that the Thermaltake Smart BM2 provides the power in an exceptionally clean manner.

 Load (%)  3.3V  Ripple  5V Ripple  12V Ripple 

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