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ThermalTake Toughpower 1500W PSU at Computex

Posted on Monday, June 04 2007 @ 17:13:46 CEST by


Today ThermalTake presented its 1500W ToughPower power supply with modular cabling at Computex.

The Toughpower 1500W is designed to the highest standards exceeding the benchmarks of even the best power supplies on the market. The Toughpower 1500W supports the latest technologies including four 6-pin PCI-E connectors as well as four 8-pin PCI-E connectors. This allows for a system to have up to 4 video cards in SLi or Crossfire to provide the most out of a Quad Core Quad GPU system. There is no doubt that this power supply will satisfy consumers and leave them with a new experience. In addition, the 1500W Toughpower has four independent 12V rails with stable voltage output.

The Toughpower 1500W has very stringent specifications for load voltage (± 3%), an efficiency rating of over 85% and conforms to the latest Intel ATX 12V 2.2 and EPS 12V 2.91 specifications. The power supply also includes a total of eight SATA and eight molex connectors to satisfy users with different hardware requirement. Active PCF design, 14cm ball bearing fan, honeycomb designed ventilation holes, specially designed cooling fins, a low noise high performance fan, gives this power supply the perfect combination of performance and comfort.




 



 

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