Thermaltake releases Toughpower Grand Series PSU line

Thermaltake releases Toughpower Grand Series PSU line

Thermaltake has launched a new PSU line that will act as the successor to the winning Toughpower series of power supply units. The new PSU line is called Toughpower Grand Series and offers models with wattage of 650W, 750W, 850W, 1050W and 1200W. All PSUs that are in the Toughpower Grand Series are high-end models with a fully modular design.

The new line offers a 140 mm ultra quiet cooling fan for the PSU components inside that makes just around 20 dB of noise while operating. This means that in all cases your computer will be as quiet as possible. In addition all models are 80 Plus Platinum certified and have full support for the Intel Haswell line of processors delivering around 89-92 per cent of efficiency. The featured modular design allows users to use just the cables they need, which results in improved airflow and reduced system clutter. The cables that you will eventually use are flat modular cables, which again eliminate cable clutter and take less space. Finally the new PSUs use 100 per cent high quality Japanese capacitors and have a massive and dedicated +12V rail.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Thermaltake

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