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Thermaltake Unveils the New Generation of PSU – Toughpower XT

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  1. btarunr

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    Thermaltake Technology, the leading brand of computer components, today announced the next generation of its high-performance Toughpower family – Toughpower XT. Toughpower XT features a number of cutting-edge innovations that set it above the competition. New features such as FanDelayCool for thorough cooling, S.P.T. Indicator for real-time monitoring, and 12Vin1 for the best compatibility have never been offered in most of the current PSUs. Toughpower XT is currently available in three models: 850W, 750W, 650W.

    Since its successful launch in 2006, Thermaltake’s top of the line PSU-Toughpower Series- has gained a great reputation for its high-performance and excellent quality in the past years. To maintain and even surpass its own leading position in the industry, Thermaltake’s R&D engineers have redesigned the inner structure to upgrade the current Toughpower PSU.

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    To provide users with the highest performance and the best user experience, Toughpower XT is equipped with a three-position FanDelayCool switch that controls how long the fan should continue to operate after system shutdown. FanDelayCool is a brand new feature that ensures the PSU is completely and thoroughly cooled after you shut down your PC. Toughpower XT also utilizes S.P.T. Indicator LEDs to indicate the standby mode, the power good signal, and the temperature of your PSU, bringing you the real-time monitoring over the power supply. Besides, Toughpower XT is also equipped with S.F.C. Quiet for the quietest operation, 12Vin1 for the best compatibility, and High Quality Japanese Capacitors for superb performance and reliability.

    All Toughpower XT models are built to the highest standards of quality, delivering stable continuous output at 50℃ operating environment. It also comes with built-in two 6pin & two 8pin PCI-E connectors for Multi-GPU graphic cards, support for Dual Core CPU / Quad Core CPU / NVIDIA SLI and all Multi-Core GPU technologies, and strict voltage regulation (±3%) & high efficiency (qualified for 80Plus Bronze standard). Thermaltake believes the Toughpower XT will bring the highest performance and best quality to all the enthusiasts again!

    For more information, visit the product page.

    Source: Thermaltake
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    Looks good. They followed Enermax's idea with the cooling the psu and such after the psu is shut down, except they give you an option. Love how you can monitor the PSU too though, that is awesome.
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    Are these going to be channelwell?
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    prolly, they are making the current Toughpower series. Actually those PSUs are quite good and solid. I wouldnt mind buying one just dont like the look of em.
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    Wrong, this technology was first introduced by TOPOWER as PICASO, patented. And ENERMAX did not have this back then.
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    :D :D its good that people see behind the package ...

    HIPER 4M780-PE it is a CW .

    So if price are the point , then worth thinking of them two. ;)

    About the Led , i do not care , i have multi-meter that never lies .

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