Thermaltake intros new Toughpower XT PSUs with 80 plus Platinum and Gold certifications

Thermaltake has added three new models to its Toughpower XT power supplies line, specially developed  for users who need a high-output power supply units for their power-hungry custom machines.

The new offering includes the 80Plus Platinum rated 1275W model and Gold Plus rated 1375W and 1475W Gold models which can perform up to 94% power efficiency. The power supplies feature modularized full cable management, have compliance with Intel ATX 12V 2.3 & SSI EPS 12V 2.92 standards, Full Bridge & LLC resonance circuit with DC-DC module for “extremely stable performance and  reliability” and an interleaved PFC circuit. They are equipped with 105°C Japanese electrolytic and solid capacitors, dual 12V rails, 3-mode LED -indicators that shows PSU status (Standby/ Power good signal/ Temperature) and 14cm dual ball bearing fan with Smart Fan Control system that automatically detects the PSU ambient temperature and adjusts fan mode & speed for optimal thermal performance.

Toughpower XT Gold 1475W

The new Toughpower XT PSUs come with a seven-year warranty, but prices and availability have yet to be announced.

Thermaltake 1375W Gold

Thermaltake 1275W Platinum


Source: Thermaltake

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