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Thermaltake Releases New 750W and 850W Toughpower QFan PSUs

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  1. malware New Member

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    Thermaltake today also updated its line-up of power supply units to include the new Toughpower QFan 750W and 850W models. The QFan PSUs are named upon the big 14cm silent QFan with unique blades and the 360° open frame design featured on the power supplies. The QFan helps well in reducing the overall noise output and accelerating greater internal air flow at the same time. Both new high wattage PSUs are 80Plus compliant, offer a powerful single +12V 60A rail and meet the latest requirements for powering up to four graphics cards. Additionally they use Japan made capacitors only and come with a five year warranty. Both new PSUs are set to become available before the end of this quarter. Find more information at Thermaltake.

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    wow a single 60a 12v rail... nice...
    i wonder what operating temp thats worked out on though
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    I like the fact that it comes with a 5 year warranty - me likey a lot!
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    Who keeps their power supplies for more than five years? :laugh:
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    Hey my brother is more than happy with my old Antec power supply ; P

    That single big fan design looks an a lot like my CORSAIR 750TX fan design
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    If it works why replace it?
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    Wow, that is awesome. I think my corsair is what, 54/58 amps on a single 12v rail>?
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    The corasir i bought is 58 on the 12
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    cool design

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