Toughpower Grand RGB Platinum: Power Supplies

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Thermaltake has released a new series of power supplies which it names with the suggestive name Toughpower Grand RGB Platinum. And it is that yes, again friends we are before a series of products to delight the gamers with its striking lights.

Toughpower Grand RGB Platinum

Indeed, the “novel” and striking thing about this new range of fountains is the inclusion of a lighting system RGB LED integrated in patented fans Riing 14 RGB (140mm). And like any good product gamer worth its salt the colorful element is configurable in the wide range of known leftovers from 256 colors, which also includes 5 modes of lighting. Say that they have a button to adjust the lighting modes or turn it off. On the other hand, and outside of purely aesthetic elements, these products come with an energy certificate 80 Plus Platinum. In other words, they have an energy efficiency of up to 92 percent under realistic loading conditions.

How could it be otherwise, since no one thinks of selling a turbine that destroys our eardrums, the sources are very silent. Something that is achieved through the extended system of fans disabled until a certain parameter is reached. In these models the fans only begin to rotate when the source reaches at least one 40 percent loading. It goes without saying that they have a design fully modular and that have wiring in design flat / slim to occupy the least possible space and offer better aesthetics. The fan has four rubber pads to prevent vibrations, and has side openings for better air absorption.

Toughpower Grand RGB Platinum

Finally indicate that you are Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB Platinum use capacitors 100% Japanese 105ºC quality, they use a single high-amperage + 12v line. They will go on the market in three versions depending on the power, as is logical. 850 W / 1050 W / 1200 W. On which the manufacturer ensures a ripple of less than 30 mV and great stability on the + 3.3v, + 5v and + 12v lines regardless of the load. A fundamental fact comes with a 10-year guarantee. At the moment the price they will have in the market is unknown.

Via | Thermaltake