Thermaltake is a Taiwanese company that manufactures PC components CES This year, it has unveiled new models of its high-end power supplies with support for ATX 3.0 and PCIe generation 5, which also meet the requirements of new Nvidia graphics cards and 16-pin 12VHPWR connectors.
ToughPower iRGB Titanium from this company, which comes in two versions of 1250W and 1650W, is supposed to be available with support for the 80 Plus Titanium certificate. This series of power supplies supports 140 mm fans, and these fans are provided with support for RGB LED lighting with 18 different addressables.
Both models of new and high-end Thermaltake power supplies introduced at CES support 16-pin 12VHPWR connectors, and in terms of software monitoring of power operation and light adjustment, Thermaltake provides users with the necessary requirements.
Another series under the ToughPower PF3 sub-brand will be available in wider electrical capacities, and power supplies from this series will be offered in capacities of 750 W, 850, 1050 and 1200 W with 80 Plus Platinum certification and support for a 16-pin 12VHPWR connector. Another series of power supplies unveiled by Thermaltake at CES is the ToughPower GF3 ARGB products, which are presented with the same capacities as the ToughPower PF3, and the main difference is the support for the 80+ Gold productivity certificate.
This series is a kind of mid-range and more affordable products that support new technologies in lower electrical capacities. The latest series of these products will also be available under the new ToughPower SFX sub-brand, which will be available in two 850W and 1000W models with support for the SFX form factor and 80 Plus Platinum certification and support for only one 16-pin 12VHPWR connector.
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