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  • posted byMrFridge on 06/09/2013

    Sturdy plastic, does not break (unless you want to break it...). Texts are bright and clear, connections go only to the corresponding ones, no chance to connect the wrong end to the wrong cable. Works as it should. No clear instructions. If you haven't used one of these before than you might be confused,... Read more

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  • posted byAndrew252010 on 12/15/2012

    1. The body is made of high quality plastic. 2. Checks all power lines 3. Has an internal power supply load 4. Easy to use Quality soldering is not good. Conclusions of some parts may jumper track circuit board. It is advisable to check for faults. SATA slot allows you to insert the power connector is ... Read more

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  • posted byjosepi2 on 08/23/2012

    Low cost for a lot of information in a repair bussines. small size to carry at any where in any place where the cpu is. good packaging if you need sell. Good for begginers. no cons. I think that for this money you can missed from your elecrical tool box. This product is eternal, you buy one, and never ... Read more

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  • posted byPepiMDQ on 10/20/2011

    It´s a great product that help you with the test of PSU. It don´t need any button or switch to activate: you only need to connect the 20/24 connector to the product and it turns on by itself! (obviously the PSU need to be connected to the 220v (110v in some countries). If the PSU fails, the ... Read more

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  • posted byGabbar on 04/17/2011

    -great tool to quickly check and see if your power supply is dead or your motherboard -quickly tells you which lines are active and which are dead -useful for a quick check of a PSU -connectors are sometimes tough to plug into -plugs are very hard to remove -this does not test if proper voltage it coming,... Read more

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  • posted bytgerrie on 09/22/2010

    Great handy little tool will tell me if any power rails are completly missing on a PSU Have taken device apart to inspect inner workings, This device does not provide any voltage tolerance or a dummy load. Would be nice if it would check within certain tolerances, But for the price of this item I cannot ... Read more

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  • posted byedduborg on 05/13/2009

    Good build quality. Has a slippery smooth finnish. Shows whether a computer power supply has the right voltages at the outputs. Test sata, ide p4/6/8, 20 and 24 atx molex connectors and also floppy supply connector. Easier than using a multimeter to check each and every voltage manually. Usage instructions ... Read more

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  • posted bymarknsteph on 02/05/2009

    Works fine to see if it turns on and all rails are putting out something. simple tester sometimes connectors are tough to get out. you must test accessory cables separate as there is only one readout for them. This is meant to be a basic preliminary test. If you still suspect the power supply or if its ... Read more

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  • posted byzinob on 01/23/2009

    - It is cheap - Quick way to check a possible source of problems - Lots of connectors - Since there is no information provided of the tollerances it is hard to know if every thing works for sure (ie at what levels does the +12v light turn on/off) - The tolerances are wider than the ATX spec, i don't ... Read more

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  • posted byARMCHAIRQB16 on 10/26/2008

    Great little unit that is small enough to carry with you and instructions are printed right on the unit. Easy way to see if power supply is the issue or not. Unit beeps when it is powered up. The problem is the SATA and molex connectors are placed well inside the device. This makes plugs difficult or ... Read more

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