Thermaltake Dr.Power II Universal ATX Power Supply Tester Review

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As is the case with most Thermaltake products the box is made up of a black and red stripe theme. The front of the box has a cutout section so you can see the LED screen when inspecting the package. The box front also makes mention of the product supporting every power supply available today and some of the features it offers. The 3-Year warranty logo also appears on the front of the box.

The back of the box has a paragraph about the usefulness of the product and pictures of all the different power lead connections available. There is also a chart on the back of the box explaining the Intel standard voltage range and the minimum and maximum measuring ranges of the Dr Power II.

Opening the box reveals the Dr.Power II enclosed in a plastic clam shell and protected with peel off film strips in strategic locations such as the LED screen. Also included is a very detailed instruction/operation manual.



  • Designed from the ground-up, it supports every ATX power supply available today up to ATX12V v2.3.
  • Oversized LCD panel that accurately shows the value of each specific power rails (within one-tenth of a volt).
  • Accurate voltage indicating for +12V/+5V/+3.3V/5VSB/-12V.
  • Built-in output connectors diagnostic system, low-voltage, high-voltage, no voltage, PG alarm systems.
  • Easily troubleshoots system failure due to unstable power supply.
  • Built-in alarm system to identify user when the power supply demonstrates abnormal characteristic.


Part Number AC0015
Connection Type 20/24pin, PCI-E, CPU, Molex, SATA
Dimension (H x W x D) 130mm x 75mm x 24.7mm
Weight 0.14 KG

The last chart above shows you the Intel standard for voltage rails and the measurement range the Dr. Power II considers acceptable during testing. Should any of the voltages be read below the minimum or above the maximum, you will get red screen with a big “F” displayed meaning the test of that voltage has failed.