Thermaltake has announced the expansion of its family of power supplies Toughpower DPS G RGB with the Titanium series, made primarily by three models of different power (850, 1000 and 1500 watts) and as its name suggests are certified efficiency Titanium Plus 80, the highest existing to date.
It is clear that this new series Titanium is designed for teams of very high-end and hardware configurations that have a very high consumption (because 850 worth, but that of 1000 and 1500 watts are sources for equipment configurations two or more high-end graphics and still plenty) and therefore seek high energy efficiency to offset some electricity consumption bill cards. 80 Plus certified Titanium is secured a minimum of 90% efficiency, and reaches up to 94% at typical load situations.
To provide this great power, efficiency and reliability, Thermaltake has made use of components of the highest quality, including Japanese electrolytic capacitors 105 ° C, and an MCU (micro controller unit) 32-bit manufactured by STMicroelectronics to maintain regulation and control voltages and other parameters internally without resorting to software.
However, Thermaltake has a specific software for these power supplies since the end of the day also have digital control. This is able to send reports including energy consumption, energy saving plan, ECO report and reporting efficiency so that the user can have all the information on costs and consumption at hand.
This series Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium Series incorporates a 140mm fan intelligent that remains off when the machine is idle and lights up when needed, ensuring maximum silence when the machine is idle, and maximum efficiency cooling internal components when we are giving cane to the team. Of course, as the name suggests, the fan is part of the RGB Riing family and therefore has RGB lighting configurable by the user.
Finally, it is noteworthy that these sources incorporate wiring 100% modular and flat to facilitate channeling in any case, are compatible with the mobile application Thermaltake and of course have a unique and powerful + 12V rail capable of serving any graphics card market.
The manufacturer has not yet said when it will reach the market or at what price, but given its power, and certification features we expect will be quite expensive