Thermaltake enhances TR2 PSU line with new models

Thermaltake enhances TR2 PSU line with new models

The famous company Thermaltake, known for making computer power supply units (PSU) and various cooling solutions, has enhanced its TR2 PSU line with the addition of a few new models with power output of 450W, 500W, 600W and 700W. The new PSUs fully meet all 80 Plus Gold requirements and provide energy efficiency that reaches 93 per cent.

All new models are based on Sirtec technology and provide a single +12V rail that provides 37.5-58.4A depending on the model. The new PSUs are not modular but in order to compensate this drawback they all come with high quality Japanese components, support for the ATX 12V 2.3 standard and support for the newest Intel Haswell processors with C6/C7 power saving states. A 120 mm cooling fan cools the PSU internals; when the PSU is not under load the fan is almost inaudible at just 565 rpm; when the PSU is under load the fan spins at up to 1000-1300 rpm and makes little noise.

The new PSUs are priced between USD 60 and USD 93.

Source: Thermaltake

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