Friday, May 25th 2012

Thermaltake Intros Toughpower XT 1275W Platinum Snow Edition

Thermaltake, an award winning state of art PC power supplies, the leader and pioneer in PC thermal solutions, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, with “delivering the perfect user experiences” as our mission, today announced the new Toughpower XT 1275W Platinum Snow Edition, a white color scheme of the series, defining the performance and style of power supply unit for enthusiasts.

Performance
Continued with the success of Toughpower XT Platinum & Gold series, the new Thermaltake XT 1275W Platinum Snow Edition has also earn the certification of 80 Plus Platinum, promise to deliver up to 94% high power efficiency and provides the high quality, reliability and true wattage power for enthusiasts’ system. Featuring the Full Bridge and LLC resonance with DC-DC module and interleaved PFC circuit designs that provide a high reliability and efficiency. In addition, 100% 105°C Japanese electrolytic and solid capacitors deliver an unbeatable stable power and performance while the machine is constantly consuming on high wattages in every environment. Moreover, the high current dual +12V rails will electrify and support up to 4-way NVIDIA SLI and 4-way AMD Crossfire without any dilemma.

Style
The unique S.P.T indicator shows PSU status with 3-mode LED (Standby/ Power good signal/ Temperature) that checks the PSU status instantly. Besides, the built in 14cm dual ball bearing fan with three modes Smart Fan Control system ( Fanless mode, Silent mode, & Cooling mode) that automatically detects the PSU ambient temperature and adjusts fan mode & speed to create the smooth airflow and achieves the optimal thermal performance. Better yet, the Toughpower XT 1275W Platinum Snow Edition comes with full white modularized cable management for easy customized support and various peripheral settings.

Who says PC system could not be trendy from within? Now, with the availability of Toughpower XT 1275W Platinum Snow Edition, enthusiasts could own a magnificent system with style from the interior.

For more information, visit the product page.
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16 Comments on Thermaltake Intros Toughpower XT 1275W Platinum Snow Edition

#2
cadaveca
My name is Dave
I was wondering when they'd come out wit hPSUs to match their white cases. Looks good, maybe my next multi-GPU PSU!!!

by: TheMailMan78
Needs more watts.
PSH. BUY a real PC. OH wait, you need me to give it to you. :p

IT is kinda crazy, 1275W, I wonder if it's multi rail or single-rail? Many Tt PSU have had excellent regulation, I expect no less from this one.
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#3
TheMailMan78
Banstick Dummy
by: cadaveca
I was wondering when they'd come out wit hPSUs to match their white cases. Looks good, maybe my next multi-GPU PSU!!!




PSH. BUY a real PC. OH wait, you need me to give it to you. :p
.......sad because its true. :cry:

lol Anyway I wonder what the ripple will be on this. Looking forward to seeing a review.
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#4
RejZoR
by: TheMailMan78
Needs more watts.
And amps...
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#5
No_Asylum
by: cadaveca
I was wondering when they'd come out wit hPSUs to match their white cases. Looks good, maybe my next multi-GPU PSU!!!




PSH. BUY a real PC. OH wait, you need me to give it to you. :p

IT is kinda crazy, 1275W, I wonder if it's multi rail or single-rail? Many Tt PSU have had excellent regulation, I expect no less from this one.
It says Dual Rail right in the above description
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#6
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: No_Asylum
It says Dual Rail right in the above description
Early morning, no espresso, I missed it :p
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#8
hhumas
by: TheMailMan78
Needs more watts.
needs 10k watt psu ............ so that it can run couples of computers in a row
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#9
1c3d0g
The 80 Plus Platinum certification sounds too good to be true. If it delivers at that rated wattage, it's one hell of a PSU.
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#10
Radical_Edward
Are those white sleeved cables I see? If so that's awesome. I was looking for a white PSU to go inside my white case, and I can't complain about a nice power upgrade either. :laugh:
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#11
Delta6326
by: Radical_Edward
Are those white sleeved cables I see? If so that's awesome. I was looking for a white PSU to go inside my white case, and I can't complain about a nice power upgrade either. :laugh:
Yes they are sleaved but poorly. I would have expected better sleaving full modular
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#12
Coroner666
snow?

This should be called "Toilet edition" lol
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#13
T3RM1N4L D0GM4
by: RejZoR
And amps...
... and €€€ (to buy it) ...
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#14
Fourstaff
by: hhumas
needs 10k watt psu ............ so that it can run couples of computers in a row
I can run 4 PCs off 1275W with decent specs, there is no need for server cabinet strength stuff.
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#15
micropage7
whe white color wow looks deep white :toast:
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#16
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: hhumas
needs 10k watt psu ............ so that it can run couples of computers in a row
Your normal house/apartment would not be able to handle such loads anyway. :P
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