Thermaltake Dr. Power II Power Supply Tester Review

Today we get to check out a product that we don’t get to see very often, a power supply tester. We’ll be checking out Thermaltake’s latest PSU tester, the Dr. Power II.  The Dr. Power II overtakes its predecessor, the Dr. Power, with a large LCD screen, up-to-date connections, and two testing modes. Read on further to see how well it performs.

Special thanks to Thermaltake for providing us with the Dr. Power II Power Supply Tester to review.


  • 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 connector’s 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.


P/N AC0015
Type 24pin, PCI-E, CPU, Molex, SATA
Color Black
Dimension of main body (H x W x D) 130mm x 75mm x 24.7mm
Weight 0.14kg

The Thermaltake Dr. Power II comes packaged in a small retail box. The packaging looks like any other Thermaltake product with the black/red color scheme. On the front of the package is the product name, features and a clear window to see the actual unit. The back goes over what the device is used for, the specifications as well as a diagram of the power supply tester.

Thermaltake Dr. Power II Power Supply Tester Thermaltake Dr. Power II Power Supply Tester

To give you a good idea of how the Dr. Power II comes and and a brief overview check out the video below.