Thermaltake outs DPS-G power supply units

Thermaltake outs DPS-G power supply units

Thermaltake has announced four new PSUs that are united in the new Smart DPS G power supply unit line. The new PSUs offer Gold and Bronze efficiency and offer 750W/650W of power for the Gold-certified units and 700W/600W for the Bronze-certified units.

The new PSUs by Thermaltake are combined with the so-called Smart Power Management (SPM) system and include various high-tech components, eco-friendly features, semi-modular cables and a 32-bit microcontroller unit (MCU) by Microchip Technology. The SPM system is a cloud computing platform that tracks and analyzes PC electricity consumption and informs users to learn their energy consumption so that they can learn how to lower it and reduce carbon dioxide emissions that provoke global warming. The 32-bit MCU is tasked with controlling devices and processes that occur inside the PSU, while the semi-modular cables allow users to select only the cables they need thus reducing cable clutter.

All new Smart DPS G PSUs come only with high-quality Japanese capacitors for improved reliability and performance, thus helping the PSUs reach their levels of efficiency. In addition the power supply units have 140 mm cooling fans for the Gold-certified models and 120 mm cooling fans for the Bronze-certified ones. They are also built around a single powerful 12V line that can provide 46-62A of current so users will be easily able to set up SLI or CrossFire configurations with no problems at all.

The Gold-certified 650W and 750W models sell for USD 120 and USD 130, respectively, while the 600W and 700W Bronze models cost EUR 95 and EUR 106, respectively.

Source: Thermaltake

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