Thermaltake adds 1250W model to Toughpower DPS G PSU line

Thermaltake adds 1250W model to Toughpower DPS G PSU line

A year ago Thermaltake unveiled the new Toughpower DPS G line of power supply units. The new company devices were unusual with the fact that they were the first PSUs to belong to the Internet of Things infrastructure. This meant that the PSUs in the line could be commanded and monitored from afar by using a personal computer or even a smartphone. The line included six models with power output between 450W and 1050W and all of them were certified for 80 Plus Gold efficiency.

Due to reasons unknown Thermaltake has now extended the Toughpower DPS G line with the addition of a new more powerful 1250W model, which unlike the older PSUs in the line comes certified for 80 Plus Titanium. Just like its predecessors the 1250W Toughpower DPS G PSU supports remote monitoring and manipulation and features a fully modular design that allows users to install just the cables they need. In addition the PSU has a 256-color RGB scheme so you can enjoy various colors while the PSU is working.

The Toughpower DPS G 1250W model features a single +12V rail and high quality Japanese capacitors. The PSU has a single FDD connector, eight molex connectors for PATA devices, sixteen SATA connectors, four PCI-E 8-pin connectors, six PCI-E 6+2 connectors, a single 4+4 pin, a single 8-pin power connector and a single 24-pin motherboard connector.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Thermaltake

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