Thermaltake debuts Toughpower Gold PSUs

Thermaltake debuts Toughpower Gold PSUs

Thermaltake, a leader in the production of cooling solutions, computer chassis and power supply units (PSUs), has announced a new high-performance power supply unit line – the Toughpower Gold Series. The new line makes use of all latest technologies and is fully 80 PLUS GOLD certified thanks to the usage of the highest quality components for stable performance and more.

The Toughpower Gold line consists of three models with total power output of 550W, 650W and 750W. All of these PSUs come with a single, strong 12V rail that gives maximum power to the system processor and video card. The PSUs include efficiency that ranges between 87-92%, support for Intel’s latest Haswell processors, flat modular cables for easier cable management, high quality Japanese capacitors and an ultra quiet 140 mm cooling fan to keep the PSU internals cool for prolonged life.

The pricing of the new Thermaltake power supply units is unknown at the moment.

Source: Thermaltake

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