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Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit User Manual

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Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit

Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit Product

About Thermaltake

Thermaltake is a company that designs and manufactures computer hardware and accessories, with a focus on cooling solutions such as CPU and graphics card coolers, power supplies, cases, and other related components. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

Thermaltake has gained a reputation for producing high-quality products that offer reliable performance and innovative features. The company’s products are used by enthusiasts and professionals in the gaming, overclocking, and PC-building communities.

In addition to its hardware products, Thermaltake also offers software solutions such as the DPS G PC App, which allows users to monitor and control their power supply units’ performance and efficiency. The company has a global presence, with offices and distribution centers in North America, Europe, and Asia.

Warnings and Caution

  1. Do not unplug the AC power cord when the power supply is in use. Doing so may cause damage to your components.
  2. Do not place the power supply in a high humidity and/or temperature environment.
  3. High voltages exist in the power supply. Do not open the power supply case unless you are an authorized service technician or electrician. Doing so will void the warranty.
  4. PSU should be powered by the source indicated on the rating label.
  5. All warranties and guarantees will be voided if failure to comply with any of the warnings and cautions covered in this manual.

Components Check

  • SMART power supply unit
  • User manual
  • AC power cord
  • Mounting screw x 4

Power Connector Introduction

Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit (1)

Installation Steps

Note: Make sure that your system is turned off and unplugged. Disconnect the AC power cord from your old power supply.

  1. Open your computer case; please refer to the direction in your case manual.
  2. Install the PSU into the case with the four screws provided.
  3. If your motherboard requires a 24-pin Main Power connector, please connect the 24-pin Main Power connector to the motherboard.
  4. For a motherboard that only requires a 4-pin AT 12V (CPU) connector, please detach a 4-pin connector from the 4+4-pin ATX 12V connector and connect it to the motherboard. (Either one of the 4pin from the 4+4pin AT 12V connector will work)Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit (2)
    • For a motherboard that requires a single 8-pin EPS connector, please use the 4+4-pin connector from the power supply.
  5. Connect other peripheral power connectors to devices such as hard drives, optical drives, etc.
  6. If your graphic card requires a PCI- power connector, please connect the corresponding PCI-E connector instructed by your graphic card’s user manual. Please note the power supply utilizes a unique 6+2pin PCI-E connector that can be effectively used as a single 8pin or 6pin PCI-E connector. To use it as a 6-pin PCI-E connector, please detach the 2-pin connector from the 6+2-pin connector.
  7. Close your computer case and connect the AC power cord to the power supply AC inlet.

Output Specification

Wattage   115V – 230V~

 

10A max

y: 47Hz – 63Hz

 
 

 

700W

+3.3V +5V            +12V -12V +5VSB  
  19A 17A             54A 0.3A 2.5A
Max Output Power 11 0W                         648W 3.6W 12.5W
    700W    
Wattage   115V – 230V~

 

9A max

y: 47Hz – 63Hz

 
 

 

600W

+3.3V +5V            +12V -12V +5VSB  
  19A 17A             46A 0.3A 2.5A
Max Output Power 11 0W                         552W 3.6W 12.5W
    600W    
Wattage   115V – 230V~

 

8A max

y: 47Hz – 63Hz

 
 

 

500W

+3.3V +5V            +12V -12V +5VSB  
  18A 16A             38A 0.3A 2.5A
Max Output Power 10 0W                         456W 3.6W 12.5W
    500W    

Total Protection

  • Over Voltage Protection
  • Over Power Protection
  • Protection at 110%~150% full load.
  • Short Circuit Protection
  • Activated when any DC rails short-circuited.
Voltage Source Protection Point
+3.3V 4.5 Vmax.
+5V 7.0 Vmax.
+12V 15.6 Vmax.

Trouble-Shooting

If the power supply fails to function properly, please follow the troubleshooting guide before application for service:

  1. Is the power cord plugged properly into electrical outlet and into the power supply AC inlet?
  2. Please make sure the l/O switch on the power supply is switched to I position.
  3. Please make sure all power connectors are properly connected to all the devices.
  4. If connected to a UPS unit, is the UPS on and plugged in?

FAQs – Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit User Manual

What is the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit?

The Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit is a line of power supply units (PSUs) manufactured by Thermaltake, a well-known brand in computer hardware. These PSUs are designed to provide reliable and efficient power delivery to computer systems.

What are the available wattage options for the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit?

The Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit is available in various wattage options, typically ranging from around 430W to 750W or higher. The specific wattage options may vary depending on the model and series within the Smart Series lineup.

Is the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit suitable for gaming PCs?

Yes, the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit can be suitable for gaming PCs. It offers higher wattage options that can meet the power demands of gaming systems, providing stable power delivery to high-performance components such as graphics cards and processors. However, for more extreme gaming setups or systems with multiple high-end components, Thermaltake also offers dedicated gaming power supply models within their product lineup.

Are the cables included with the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit modular?

The modularity of cables in the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit depends on the specific model and series. Some models within the Smart Series lineup feature a modular design, allowing users to detach and connect only the necessary cables, while others may have a non-modular design with fixed cables. It is recommended to check the product specifications or consult the specific model’s documentation for information on cable modularity.

What is the warranty period for the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit?

The warranty period for the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit varies depending on the specific model and region. Generally, Thermaltake offers a warranty period of 3 to 5 years for their power supply units. It is advisable to check the product documentation or contact Thermaltake directly to determine the exact warranty coverage for a particular model.

Can the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit support multiple GPUs (graphics cards)?

The ability of the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit to support multiple GPUs depends on the specific model and its wattage rating. Higher-wattage models are more likely to have sufficient power output to support multiple high-end graphics cards. It is important to consider the power requirements of the GPUs being used and ensure that the power supply unit can deliver enough power on the +12V rail(s) to accommodate them. It is recommended to consult the product specifications or consult Thermaltake’s customer support for assistance in determining the compatibility of a specific model with multiple GPUs.

Can the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit handle overclocked components?

The Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit can generally handle moderate overclocking of components. However, the extent to which it can support overclocking depends on factors such as the specific model, its wattage rating, the power requirements of the overclocked components, and the stability of the overall system. For more aggressive or extreme overclocking, it may be advisable to consider higher-wattage power supply units or models specifically designed for overclocking. It is recommended to review the product specifications and consult Thermaltake’s customer support for guidance on overclocking compatibility.

Is the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit compatible with all motherboard form factors?

Yes, the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit is generally compatible with all standard motherboard form factors, including ATX, microATX, and mini-ITX. These power supply units conform to industry standards and provide the necessary power connectors (e.g., 24-pin ATX, 4/8-pin EPS) required for various motherboard form factors. However, it is always advisable to check the power supply unit’s specifications and compare them with the motherboard’s requirements to ensure compatibility.

Does the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit come with a power cord?

Yes, the Thermaltake Smart Series Power Supply Unit typically comes with a power cord included in the package. The power cord is used to connect the power supply unit to a power outlet. It is important to note that the type of power cord provided may vary depending on the region or country where the power supply unit is purchased.

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