Tuesday, February 6th 2018

Thermaltake Releases World's First AI Voice Controlled Digital Power Supply

Thermaltake has infused Artificial Intelligence (AI) into its Smart Power Management (SPM) system and unveiled the new 'AI Voice Control' feature to enhance the DPS G Mobile APP, making it easier for mining and PC gaming enthusiasts to control and custom design their ultimate powerful PC system. The 'AI Voice Control' function is currently only featured in the Toughpower iRGB PLUS Titanium/Platinum digital power supply lineups for iOS, and the Android version will be coming soon.

Via mobile phone, users can access 'Voice Control' to easily turn the power supply on/off; change light mode, color, brightness; and control the speed. In addition, the DPS G Mobile APP provides access to the PSU's key parameters: including the historical efficiency, fan speed, wattage, voltage, temperature, total usage time/kWh/electricity cost, and the CPU/VGA's historical temperature. It also gives users control over the RGB fan lighting mode, PC off remote control, and real-time alerts covering major PSU abnormalities such as fan malfunction; like overheating (above 140℉/60℃) or abnormal voltage level (over/under 5% of normal level) conditions. Best yet, it is fully TT RGB Plus Sync compatible, meaning users will be able to sync all RGB colors seamlessly to all Thermaltake TT RGB Plus-compatible product lines for even greater color coordination.
What is Smart Power Management (SPM)?
Smart Power Management (SPM) is a cloud-based software that seamlessly integrates three intelligent platforms - DPS G PC APP 3.0, DPS G Smart Power Management Cloud 1.0 and DPS G Mobile APP 1.0 - and compiles key statistics about your PC into detailed charts and breakdowns for your instant PC status view and management. With easy access to SPM through your PC or mobile devices, whether you are outside or indoors, enjoy taking full control of your build anytime, anywhere!

Features of the DPS G Mobile APP:

TT AI Voice Control
Talking to DPS G Mobile App is an easier, faster way to set lights for RGB fan of your power supply. You can ask it to turn the lights on or off, switch lights modes, dim the lights, change light colors, or adjust lights speeds.

PSU Status Reviewing
The historical data of your PSU efficiency, fan speed, wattage, voltage, temperature, total usage time/kWh/electricity cost are displayed on your DPS G Mobile APP to help you understand your power consumption.

CPU/VGA Status Reviewing
Review the historical key parameters of your CPU/VGA, including temperature, voltage, amperage, and wattage on your smart device.

Intuitive RGB Fan Control
Allows for the control of 12 single, addressable LEDs plus seven lighting modes (Full lighted, Flow, RGB Spectrum, Ripple, Blink, Pulse and Wave). Control your RGB LED fan lighting anytime, anywhere you want.

PC Off Remote Control
Allows users for turning off the PC remotely when they receive the warning message or scheduling their PC to shutdown at any time they want, all through their mobile device.

Warning Alert
Real-time warning alert pops up on your smartphone when major PSU abnormalities such as fan malfunction, overheating (over 140℉/60℃) or abnormal voltage level (over/under 5% of normal level) conditions occur.

Schedule Shutdown
Save PC energy and electricity cost by scheduling your PC to shutdown at any time you want through DPS G Mobile APP.

For more details on the Thermaltake DPS G Mobile APP please visit: https://dps.thermaltake.com/en/feed/mobile
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31 Comments on Thermaltake Releases World's First AI Voice Controlled Digital Power Supply

#2
RejZoR
Where's that Ryan Reynolds "But why?" GIF when you need it...
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#3
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
"RejZoR said:
Where's that Ryan Reynolds "But why?" GIF when you need it...
Because..

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#4
RejZoR
They should name these series of PSU's "Scotty". Scotty, we need more power! And then PSU replies "I'm giving all I have captain!"
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#6
lynx29
I have a thermaltake case and I love it, but this is dumb. lol
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#8
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
"RejZoR said:
Where's that Ryan Reynolds "But why?" GIF when you need it...
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#9
Sasqui
Allows users for turning off the PC remotely when they receive the warning message or scheduling their PC to shutdown at any time they want, all through their mobile device.
While I can see some utility in this, in some really far fetched user scenarios, wouldn't you like to interact with your computer... through your computer?
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#10
kastriot
There are people who will buy it, and they have money to spend on gadgets like this one.
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#11
neatfeatguy
Me: Give me a minute, I need to set up some things.
Teammate on TS: Whatever, let me know when you're ready so we can start the match.
Me: Yeah, yeah. I just need to plug in my new mouse pad.
Teammate: Da fuq you mean "plug in your new mouse pad?"
Me: RGB, I need it to match my keyboard and PC RGB.
Me: On
Teammate: What? On what? You're ready?
Me: Blue. Pulse. Faster.
Teammate: If I hear some vibrating sound coming from your mic, I'm outta here
Me: Ripple. Slower.
Teammate: That's it. I'm done.

Too much RGB crap out there. Putting the damn stuff on mousepads.....RAM heatsinks and now PSUs.....
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#12
dj-electric
Tt is an old drunk manufacturer by now.
Their quality disappeared somewhere in 2009
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#13
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I wonder if you could hook it up with Amazon Alexa if you gave it wifi capabilities....
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#15
xkm1948
Oww weee, another trend! Better hop on that fast!
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#16
natr0n
The PSU can request it's own RMA if needed.
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#17
RejZoR
The last thing I need is getting in a fight with my PSU...
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#18
natr0n
"RejZoR said:
The last thing I need is getting in a fight with my PSU...
Then the PSU seeks revenge by frying all components.
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#19
Sasqui
"natr0n said:
The PSU can request it's own RMA if needed.
LOL
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#21
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
"Prima.Vera said:
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repost, see post #9
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#22
ur6beersaway
This is perfect, because not a day goes by that I don't wonder how the hell my PSU is doing. Now I can sleep at night finally.
Does the world really need another RGB nobody can see? I'll probably get two..
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#23
wiyosaya
Thermaltake - born on marketing.
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#24
erixx
Love you guys, because you summed it up, ALL!
But ...now.... get prepared because soon RGB stuff is going to be mainstream and cheaper than die-hard non-RGB parts ! and THEN you (we) will suffer in hell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek::laugh:
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#25
Basard

I was going to post some smart-assed comment.... until this picture popped up into my post. Yeah, I clicked on it to view it about five minutes ago, just like I have with a million others. WTF!

The internet is giving me the heebie-jeebies lately. I'm not even forty yet and I think it's getting close to time to bail.
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