Friday, June 12th 2009

Thermaltake Announces EVO_Blue Series PSUs

Thermaltake Technology, leading manufacturer of computer components, today announced its newest and unparalleled aesthetic power supply unit – the EVO_Blue. Available in 550Watts, 650Watts, and 750Watts, the EVO_Blue comes with several cutting-edge features such as a fancy built in multi-color LED, large size 14 cm whisper-quiet ball bearing fan, robust and dedicated single +12V rail, and advanced cable management system.

Following Thermaltake’s most innovative design concept, the EVO_Blue’s unparalleled aesthetic exterior design has set itself above all other currently available PSUs in the market. The fancy built-in multi-color LEDs surrounding the fan and the blue LEDs backlight behind the modular cable sockets give users a feel of tough atomic energy. The EVO_Blue is also equipped with an large size 14 cm whisper-quiet ball bearing fan to dramatically reduce overall PC noise and increase thermal efficiency. In addition, the robust and dedicated single +12V output provides superior performance under all types of system loading. The modular cable management design improves internal airflow and reduces cable clutter by allowing you to use only the cables you need.

The EVO_Blue is built to the highest standards of quality, guaranteeing rock-solid continuous operation at 50℃ environment. The EVO_Blue also comes with dual 8-pin PCI-E & dual 6-pin PCI-E connectors to support the latest Nvidia 2-way / 3-way SLI & AMD 2-way / 3-way CrossFire X technologies. With Intel ATX 12V 2.3 & SSI EPS 12V 2.91 standards compliance, EVO_Blue has uncompromised compatibility with all current and future systems. Thermaltake believes the EVO_Blue no doubt will be the best choice for all the enthusiasts!Source: Thermaltake
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11 Comments on Thermaltake Announces EVO_Blue Series PSUs

#1
tzitzibp
looks like the Xaser series designer took great part in this....

looks great for an Xaser case...
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#3
Icejon
You will need all those extra cooling holes to get rid of all the wasted heat since the PSU is only 75% efficient. 80 Plus should be standard unless you are a noob.
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#4
Kitkat
they had one i liked a while back with a white fan ,gunmetal outside and red and yellow guts, i just didnt like the stickers they put on the side ruined the design.
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#5
zithe
WHY is the graphic of the power supply surrounded by flames?
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#6
pr0n Inspector
Friends don't let friends buy thermaltake. In fact, friends don't let enemies run Thermaltake either.
:roll:
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#7
qwerty_lesh
That sayings popular for good reason.
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#8
Mussels
Moderprator
+1 to not liking thermatake.

They're the cheap and nasty of the brand names.
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#9
Studabaker
Well TT fans and heatsinks are great. I wouldn't use one of their cases or PSUs though. I bought their 430W before I was familiar with 12V rails and their power necessities. The TT 430W PSU is nothing more than a re-branded 350W unit with juiced up 3.3V and 5V rails.
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#10
AsRock
TPU addict
Hate every thing TT except a few of there cases. The Armor case is build like a wall and gives great cooling + filtered at the same time if you get rid of the crappy TT fans...

In fact that looks like one of those crapy fans in it that came with my Armor case.. Removed on day one.
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Mussels
Moderprator
by: Studabaker
Well TT fans and heatsinks are great. I wouldn't use one of their cases or PSUs though. I bought their 430W before I was familiar with 12V rails and their power necessities. The TT 430W PSU is nothing more than a re-branded 350W unit with juiced up 3.3V and 5V rails.
every thermaltake fan i've used that was advertised as quiet or silent was excessively loud, and i've seen 3 of their older PSU's (~400W units) die on systems that used only 200W of power. and i mean die in a way that kills most of the PC with it.
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