Tuesday, December 21st 2021

Thermaltake Introduces Toughpower GF1 Snow Edition PSUs

Thermaltake, the leading PC DIY premium brand for Cooling, Gaming Gear, and Enthusiast Memory solutions, is delighted to introduce the launch of the Toughpower GF1 650/750/850 W Snow - TT Premium Edition. After receiving positive feedback for the Toughpower GF1 series, we wanted to provide even more options for users to choose from. While delivering 80 PLUS Gold-certified efficiency, the new models of the Toughpower GF1 Gold series retains all the features of the original version but comes in the color White. With its standard ATX form factor, the Toughpower GF1 650/750/850 W Snow series feature a 140 mm hydraulic bearing fan with intelligent RPM controls delivering a superlative cooling result. The fan noise is minimized as the Smart Zero Fan will only operate when the load exceeds 30% of the total power.

Besides that, its fully modular low-profile flat cables also helps make cable management easier, and the white cables level up the overall visual aesthetic, looking clean and neat. Aimed at providing the highest performance with the best quality, the Toughpower GF1 Gold series adopts high quality Japanese main capacitors and passes many severe tests, such as ripples being lower than 30 mV on +12V, +5V, or +3.3 from 0% to 100% load, and the voltage regulation is set to no more than ±2% for major rails and is stricter than Intel's standard of ±5%.
An excellent white PSU highlights the beauty of any PC build, especially if you are seeking an all-white setup. The Toughpower GF1 650/750/850 W Snow - TT Premium Edition is available for purchase, seize the chance to grab your own.

Features of the Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 650/750/850 W Snow - TT Premium Edition:
  • Ultra Quiet 140 mm Hydraulic Bearing Fan
  • Featuring a 140 mm hydraulic bearing fan with intelligent RPM controls to help guarantee superior cooling performance and near silent operation.
Smart Zero Fan
Designed with our Smart Zero Fan, the fan will not spin until the load exceeds 30% of the power supply, minimizing the fan noise.

<30 mV Low Ripple Noise
All ripples are lower than 30 mV on +12V, +5V or +3.3V from 0% to 100% load to ensure a stable operation and keep your performance-critical components to function reliably for longer.

Extremely Strict Voltage Regulation <±2%
The voltage regulation, stricter than Intel's standard ±5% for major rails and ±10% for -12 V, is set to no more than ±2% for major rails to meet the highest performance.

Fully Modular Low-Profile Flat Cable
Offers cable selection for users while powering the system at an advantageous voltage. Low-profile flat black cable makes cable management easier, reduces clutter and increases airflow inside the chassis.

Premium Japanese 105°C/221°F Capacitors
Providing great durability as well as offering the highest stability, while remaining reliable.

High Amperage Single +12V Rail
Powerful single +12V rail ensures a stable and reliable supply to other PC components.

80 PLUS Gold Certified and Intel C6/C7 States Ready
Toughpower GF1 Snow series saves energy through its high energy efficiency up to 90% and is certified to 80 PLUS Gold. The series has been optimized to work with all generations of Intel's processors to achieve maximum energy savings.

Availability and Warranty
Toughpower GF1 650/750/850 W Snow - TT Premium Edition are available for purchase now (some regions may be in Q1 2022) via the Thermaltake worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. It is backed by a ten-year warranty and supported by the Thermaltake worldwide customer service and technical support network
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5 Comments on Thermaltake Introduces Toughpower GF1 Snow Edition PSUs

#1
phill
I'm not sure why they don't just call them white PSUs but hey :D
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#2
Ferrum Master
phillI'm not sure why they don't just call them white PSUs but hey :D
Maybe it turns yellow with time, but still could be called snow edition :D
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#3
ixi
50e for 650w, then you have a deal Thermaltake
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#4
bonehead123
Well, once again, we have a so-called "snow edition" that's supposed to be WHITE, but unless my eyes are foolin me, I sure see a whole lotta black in those pics :(

Seriously though, is it REALLY that hard to make 'puter parts completely, 100% white ?
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#5
ixi
bonehead123Seriously though, is it REALLY that hard to make 'puter parts completely, 100% white ?
No one cares about full white. Everyone cares only about Red Green Blue fan! :D
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