Monday, July 25th 2016

Thermaltake Announces the Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series

Thermaltake, a green pioneer in power supply unit, is proud to introduce the latest Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series (650W/750W/850W) that is pre-installed with an ultra-quiet 140mm patented RGB fan. To deliver unbeatable performance for Virtual Reality TT Power VR Ready, Thermaltake utilized the highest quality components and 100% Japanese capacitors to produce the Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series.

Furthermore, the fully modular Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series is not only equipped with a digital control board but is also installed with a 32Bit Microcontroller Unit (MCU) from Microchip Technology. The new Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series is a definite asset to your computer; serving all your security, financial, entertainment, and aesthetic needs.
Thermaltake Smart Power Management (SPM) Platform which combines the Smart DPS G and DPS G software provides clean and stable power and three intelligent platforms - DPS G PC APP 2.0, DPS G Smart Power Management Cloud 1.0, and DPS G Mobile APP 1.0 - allows users can easily understand the status of their PSUs. All the data will be summarized into the ECO Report, Energy Consumption Report, Energy Saving Plan and Efficiency/Wattage User Behavior Report, four different types of SPM Reports. Additionally, users are capable of monitoring the status of the power through Android or iOS devices anytime and anywhere.

The newly added function - PC Off Remote Control - aims to minimize any potential damages caused by PSU failures. The system will automatically send users a warning alert when it detects any abnormal situations from the PSU. Hence, users can immediately turn off, schedule a shutdown or even reboot their PC through their mobile devices anywhere. The Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series (650W/750W/850W) is now available in the United States (Newegg.com), Germany (Alternate.de) and United Kingdom (Scan.co.uk).
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15 Comments on Thermaltake Announces the Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series

#1
WithoutWeakness
>RGB LEDs so you can customize to match your build's color scheme no matter what hardware you choose
>giant yellow sticker across the whole side so it won't match anything except MSI XPower boards and Lightning GPUs
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#2
ShurikN
Whoa whoa whoa... wait a bit.

They do realize that when you place the PSU at the bottom of the case, the leds are impossible to see.
OR is the fan on the other side on this pic
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
WithoutWeakness>RGB LEDs so you can customize to match your build's color scheme no matter what hardware you choose
>giant yellow sticker across the whole side so it won't match anything except MSI XPower boards and Lightning GPUs
If it's like its big brother the cables will look like this. So there goes any kind of color matching. :D

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#4
xkm1948
LED! RGB LEDs everywhere!! I feel like we are traveling back in time to the Disco age. Yeah they should totally make a Disco ball for chassis.
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#5
xkm1948
And FFS stop milking the f*ucking VR trend. VR does not give a wet F•UCK about your PSU. This got to be the most ghetto PSU and stupid packaging i have seen in a long time.
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#6
deemon
xkm1948And FFS stop milking the f*ucking VR trend. VR does not give a wet F•UCK about your PSU. This got to be the most ghetto PSU and stupid packaging i have seen in a long time.
IT DOES! VR helps you NOT to see the f*cking RGB lights! So VR is a must if you want to use such a PSU :D
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#7
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
ShurikNhey do realize that when you place the PSU at the bottom of the case, the leds are impossible to see.
OR is the fan on the other side on this pic
is in the other side.. top
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#8
blobster21
Thermaltake, a green WASHING pioneer
Fixed it for you
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#9
Frankness
OMG please stop putting LED RGB on evry fucking thing. ore at least make 2 of evry thing. one whitout and one whit those orgly RGB thing
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#10
Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
I'm waiting for VR ready SSDs with full LED lighting that come with a free goldfish.
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#11
DeathtoGnomes
The way I see, the only thing worth anything over any other power supply is the Remote PC function.

I do not like the fan on top, I would rather intake come from outside the case.

Now if the you have a case with lots of open space underneath and the LEDs are bright enough, a glow from underneath could add to eye candy.

Overall, its more hype vs price.
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#12
Jill Valentine
S.T.A.R.S.
RGB PSU's, what's next, ffs... Chassis made of LED's entirelly?
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#13
MAXLD
I wonder what brand will be the first to use the "100% Japanese RGB capacitors" on their gangsta products.
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#14
Caring1
DeathtoGnomesNow if the you have a case with lots of open space underneath and the LEDs are bright enough, a glow from underneath could add to eye candy.
The new Fast 'n Furious case, now with 20" chrome spinners.
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#15
lZKoce
Caring1The new Fast 'n Furious case, now with 20" chrome spinners.
I see what you did there :P - took me a second though .
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