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Thermaltake Offers New Litepower Series PSUs

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  1. malware New Member

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    Thermaltake Technology launched today three new power supply units - the 350W, 450W and 500W Litepower PSUs. All three models are certified by the 80 PLUS Program and the 450W model is even certified as 80plus Bronze ready. The latest Litepower series come with a single ultra-silent 120mm fan, dual independent and dedicated +12V rails, Multi-Core GPU and NVIDIA SLI certificates. They also have a MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) of over 100,000 hours and Active power factor correction. To support all of today's PC requirements, Litepower series power supply units comply with the latest ATX 12V V2.3 specification. You can find out more about the PSU's here.

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    Those are pretty nice. Can be used for a easy setup.
     
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    i hope these are cheap as tt psu are damn expensive
     
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    No more expensive than some of the other brands, though I see them at a premium over Corsairs offerings :/
     
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    100,000 hours @ what temp ?... I my self will never buy a PSU rated 25c again would have to be 40c+.

    Mines running now at 29c and it's not even the hotest days which is around 45c-55c in the hotest days.
     

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