Montech Titan Gold 1200W PSU Review


Montech made a strong entry in the ATX v3.0 market with its Titan Gold line. After reviewing the 1000W member of the line, the 1200W unit’s turn proved pretty good, achieving second place in the overall performance chart. Only the NZXT C1200 manages to take the performance lead by a small margin, but this unit costs 100 dollars more! The Thermaltake GF3 1200 loses overall performance, having a higher price tag. This makes the Montech Titan Gold 1200 a good deal, especially since it is covered by the same extended warranty that the brands mentioned above provide; Montech lowered its profit to offer this product at the best possible price since it’s a new player in the PSU market and wants to leave a good impression. This is good news for all of you after a good 1200W PSU featuring a 600W 12VHPWR connector.

The average noise output is high, but you will get high noise only if you push the PSU hard. The unit offers a silent operation at up to moderate loads thanks to its semi-passive operation, and you will pass the 30 dBA mark only if you push the 12V rail with more than 900W of load.

Overall, the Montech Titan Gold 1200 is a good power supply, compatible with the ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards, and sold at a competitive price. Moreover, it is among the few PSUs having properly tuned protection features, which are crucial for every PSU.

To check all alternative PSU offerings, read my Best ATX v3.0 PSUs article before investing in a new power supply. You help me a lot by using my affiliate links, which don’t increase the product’s price. I get a commission from Amazon every time you do it, which can make a difference for me, especially now that I am on my own, working exclusively for my media and not for someone else.





  • Delivered full power at 47°C
  • High performance
  • High performance per price ratio
  • ATX v3.0 and PCIe 5.0 ready
  • Properly tuned protection features
  • Good transient response performance at 12V
  • Good ripple suppression
  • High build quality
  • Silent operation at light and moderate loads
  • Efficient
  • Good APFC performance
  • Long hold-up time
  • Long and accurate power ok signal
  • Low vampire power
  • Alternative Low Power Mode (ALPM) compatible
  • Fully modular
  • Enough connectors, including a 12VHPWR (600W)
  • Adequate distance (150mm) between SATA connectors
  • FDB fan
  • Ten-year warranty
  • Increased inrush currents
  • Load regulation should be tighter at 12V
  • Mediocre transient response at 3.3V
  • Not efficient 5VSB rail
  • Small distance (120mm) between 4-pin Molex connectors



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