Thermaltake Toughpower QFan 750W and 850W PSUs launched

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 26 2008 @ 19:03 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ThermalTake unveiled new 750W and 850W Toughpower QFan series power supplies:
Toughpower QFan 500W/650W has gained quite a strong reputation on quiet operation since its launch in August 2007; the new 750W/ 850W models are thus further added to the same QFan featured product line to provide more choices for system builders and enthusiasts. The QFan PSU Series was named upon the exclusive patent 14cm silent QFan with unique blade and 360° open frame design featured on the power supplies. The QFan helps well in reducing the overall noise output and accelerating greater internal air flow at the same time. In addition to the QFan feature, the patent five-way air intake design on the housing further enhances the ventilation and thermal dissipation ability of the power supply.

Additionally, for eco-friendly and energy saving conscious users, Toughpower QFan Series is not only 80Plus compliant; these power supplies operates at an energy efficiency rate of up to 85%, delivering full rated power output continuously. The Active Power Factor Correction feature on the other hand maintains high power factor at 0.99 to minimize electrical waste that not only saves energy, but your electricity bills too!

Toughpower QFan 750W/850W will soon be available on the market in late Q3 2008; all packages are designed with cable management systems for air flow concerns. The powerful single +12V rail offers superior performance for your PC systems. Two 6pin and two 8pin PCI-E connectors supports all the latest NVIDIA & ATI graphic cards. The new Thermaltake Toughpower QFan 750/ 850W are now here to power up your system with the best performance and quiet operation!

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