Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 TT Premium Edition Power Supply, 850W

MX00113689 Toughpower GF1 TT Premium Edition Power Supply, 850W
MX00113689 Toughpower GF1 TT Premium Edition Power Supply, 850W MX00113689 Toughpower GF1 TT Premium Edition Power Supply, 850W MX00113689 Toughpower GF1 TT Premium Edition Power Supply, 850W MX00113689 Toughpower GF1 TT Premium Edition Power Supply, 850W

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 2.0 / 5 With 4 Customer Reviews

Review Submitted!

Your product review has been submitted! Our moderation team will take a look and if meets our submission guidelines you should see it online shortly.

Review Guidelines

  • Please keep your review to your experiences with the product and how well it performs.
  • Please only review product(s) you have used or owned.
  • Please use appropriate language that is suitable for all ages.
  • Review was not provided in exchange for promotional or commercial reimbursement (i.e. monetary, gift cards, free or discounted products).
If the guidelines are not followed your review may not be accepted.
Review Submission
Captcha
  • 1
Saturday, June 18, 2022
By: Lucas
From: Edmonton

Slightly better then Gigabyte

Strengths:

At lest it did not explode.

Weaknesses:

Lasted less then 10 mins then died while installing windows. Restarting the the PS will give you a few seconds of life, it can't even sit in the BIOS without dieing.

Additional Comments:

Will be returning PS as soon as I can.
Monday, March 7, 2022
By: Ed
From: Vancouver, BC

Shuts off randomly

Strengths:

Worked for only a few months

Weaknesses:

Shuts off randomly

Additional Comments:

Doesn't seem to handle my PC w/ RTX 3080, recommend getting a different PSU.
Friday, January 7, 2022
By: JamesB
From: Calgary, AB

Doesn't Work With High-End RTX 30-Series Cards

Additional Comments:

This 850W power supply can't handle an nVidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Founders Edition GPU running base specs. At the slightest jump in draw from the GPU - which all the RTX 30 series cards do - the PSU cuts all power and requires a hard reset. I replaced it with a 1000W Corsair PSU and I'm having no issues. Total power draw from the system has yet to exceed 470W fully stressed.
Saturday, January 1, 2022
By: Jeffe
From: Grande Prairie

Works great

Strengths:

Gold certified. Easy to install. Good amount of cord slots

Weaknesses:

This is simply a cosmetic issue but my OCD drives me crazy on this one. They mount the front Thermaltake emblem on upside down. You can even see it in the picture above.

Additional Comments:

It powers my computer and hasn't lit on fire. Great success!
  • 1