Tuesday, July 25th 2017

Thermaltake Announces Smart RGB Series Power Supplies

Thermaltake introduces new Smart RGB Power Supply Series (500W/600W/700W), which comes in two different input voltage settings: 100-240V full range and 230V only. The high quality line-up adopts a pre-installed 256-color RGB fan hub with 15 lighting modes (Pulse Red/ Green/ Blue/ Yellow/ Purple/ Light Blue/ White, 256 Color RGB Cycle, Solid Red/ Green/ Blue/ Yellow/ Purple/ Light Blue/ White, and a LED Off mode) for users to choose from, a built-in memory function that remembers the user's last selection.

The Smart RGB Series also includes 10 LED light bulbs to enhance the brightness, standard 80 PLUS efficiency, and an ample 5 year warranty. The application of ultra quiet 120mm fan guarantees outstanding cooling performance and silent operation, and the powerful single +12V rail assures impressive conversion efficiency and stable output. The Smart RGB Power Supply Series (500W/600W/700W) offers premium quality at an affordable price without compromising performance, and simultaneously satisfies value-oriented enthusiasts' demand for flashy-looking PCs.
For more information, visit the product pages of the Thermaltake Smart RGB 500W, 600W, and 700W variants.
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16 Comments on Thermaltake Announces Smart RGB Series Power Supplies

#1
hapkiman
Do we really need RGB lights in our PSUs?
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#2
EarthDog
Why not? Everything else has it! People buy it... so they will keep adding it.
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#3
TheLostSwede
Now we just need RGB screens... oh right...

Also, what's an LED light bulb and how do they cram 10 of them into a PSU?
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#4
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
"80 Plus", not even "80 Plus Bronze" .....
They do come with a 5 year warranty though, not bad for a cheap PSU.
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#6
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
lol wow.
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#7
Sempron Guy
stoked! can't wait for this! I would have to lay the case on its side though so I can appreciate the beautiful RGB lights at the bottom of the case :D
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#8
Chloe Price
80 Plus standard in 2017? Riiiiiight.
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#9
gdallsk
P4-630 said:
"80 Plus", not even "80 Plus Bronze" .....
They do come with a 5 year warranty though, not bad for a cheap PSU.
Probably because the LED's killed all of the efficiency :laugh:
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#10
Supercrit
All the extra money that could've been spent on quality parts are wasted on RGB LEDs. It feels like adding neons, spoilers and racing stripes to a stock Ford Focus.
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#11
Hood
Typical Thermalbake "innovation".
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#13
Chloe Price
I don't get the idea of RGB PSUs. I install my PSUs with fan on the bottom so who sees those lights?

I have RGB stripes in my case but in PSU... Come on.
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#14
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
9700 Pro said:
I don't get the idea of RGB PSUs. I install my PSUs with fan on the bottom so who sees those lights?

I have RGB stripes in my case but in PSU... Come on.
For people that buy a cheap case in which you place the cheap RGB PSU in the top.:rockout::pimp:
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#15
gdallsk
P4-630 said:
For people that buy a cheap case in which you place the cheap RGB PSU in the top.:rockout::pimp:
Light up your dusty old Dell pc with all the colours of the rainbow! :roll:
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Chloe Price
P4-630 said:
For people that buy a cheap case in which you place the cheap RGB PSU in the top.:rockout::pimp:
Ungggh. Those doesn't live the year 2017. :D
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