Thermaltake unveils more Toughpower Titanium PSUs

Thermaltake unveils more Toughpower Titanium PSUs

Thermaltake has announced a few more Toughpower power supply units. A few weeks after launching the Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold line of PSUs, the company has taken things one step higher by expanding its existing Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium PSU line. Until now Thermaltake had a single model only, launched at CES 2016, with power output of 1250 watts.

Now Thermaltake adds three more models to the DPS G RGB Titanium PSU line with power output of 850W, 1000W and 1500W. The new PSUs come with tons of premium features. They offer 80 Plus Titanium efficiency as seen from their names and include an ultra-silent 140 mm patented RGB fan. The capacitors inside are all 100 per cent Japanese and they are all rated up to 105º Celsius. The new fully modular PSUs also include a specially designed digital control board, single +12V rails and a 32-bit microcontroller unit from STMicroelectronics. Furthermore the new PSUs come with 10-year warranties and all kinds of protection mechanisms.

The new Thermaltake PSUs are available now but there’s no information how much they cost.

Source: Thermaltake

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