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Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W

Whether your PC is big or small, Thermaltake has a PSU for you

Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W

Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W

Thermaltake is taking their PSU offerings to the next level at CES 2021, showcasing higher wattage units, compact SFX products and a wide range of new RGB illuminated units, all of which are 80+ Gold rated or better. 

Starting at the high-end, we have Thermaltake's Toughpower TF1 1550W Titanium power supply, which is 80+ Titanium rated and designed to support a large number of PCIe devices. In total, this power supply can support up to twelve PCIe 6+2 pin connectors, making this PSU ideal for a rendering workstation or a cryptocurrency mining PC. 

The fact that Thermaltake has decided to ship this PSU with a jumper connector highlights this units focus on cryptocurrency miners, who often utilise several power supplies within a single PC to power all of the graphics cards they need to mind digital currencies like Etherium. This power supply's 80+ Titanium certification ensures that this unit will waste little energy when sending power to connected components.  

All of Thermaltake's new power supplies are designed to deliver less than 30mV of ripple on its major rails and adhere to a strict voltage regulation standard of plus-or-minus 2%. 

  

Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W  
DIY PC builders love to pack a lot of gaming power into small enclosures, and the smallest PC enclosures use compact SFX power supplies. At CES 2021, Thermaltake has revealed a trio of new 80+ Gold Rated SFX power supplies which sit within the Toughpower SFX Gold Series. 

The Toughpower SFX Gold Series will ship with 450W, 550W and 650W options and chip with fully modular cables. These compact units are called with a 90mm fan and lack support for RGB lighting. The series also lacks a SmartZero Fan mode. 

Thermaltake's SFX Gold Series is designed to deliver users plenty of power for compact gaming or workstation PCs. For this use case, power capacities of up to 650W are more than enough for most systems, as small Mini-ITX systems cannot support multiple graphics cards or a huge number of accessories. 


Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W  
Next up we have the Toughpower GF2 ARGB Gold series, which will ship with 650W, 750W and 850W variants and support for RGB lighting effects which can be controlled physically using buttons on the power supply or addressed using motherboard RGB software solutions like m ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome.

The RGB lighting on Thermaltake's Toughpower GF2 ARGB Gold series is on the units fan and the power supply's sides. This series also ships with various modular cables, which are all listed on the table at the base of this article. 


Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W  
Lastly, we have to new additions to the Toughpower GF1 Gold lineup, which adds new 1000W and 1200W units to the series. These PSUs offer PC builders the same 80+ Gold rating as other GF1 series PSUs and features the same external aesthetic. These units are designed to cater to the needs of high-performance workstations and gaming PCs, especially those who use AMD's Treadripper CPUs and multiple graphics cards for rendering workloads. 

Like all of Thermaltake's newly announced power supplies, these new GF1 Gold series units all come with a 10-year warranty, highlighting the faith that Thermaltake has in the longevity of their PSUs. 


Thermaltake launches a huge range of PSUs at CES 2021 - From SFX to 1550W  


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11-01-2021, 13:55:06

Dawelio
Am I the only one in here that has a strong foothold towards Thermaltake? After their whole fiasco with copying CaseLabs etc?...

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Thermaltake's SFX Gold Series is designed to deliver users plenty of power for compact gaming or workstation PCs. For this use case, power capacities of up to 650W are more than enough for most systems, as small Mini-ITX systems cannot support multiple graphics cards or a huge number of accessories.
Also Mark, I feel like this is a bit missleading, as today just Nvidia's Ampere GPUs are recommending an 750W alone and putting that inside a SFF system, sometimes requires more than 650W. There's a reason many SFF builds go with Corsair SF750 PSUs.Quote

11-01-2021, 14:23:06

tgrech
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Am I the only one in here that has a strong foothold towards Thermaltake? After their whole fiasco with copying CaseLabs etc?...


Also Mark, I feel like this is a bit missleading, as today just Nvidia's Ampere GPUs are recommending an 750W alone and putting that inside a SFF system, sometimes requires more than 650W. There's a reason many SFF builds go with Corsair SF750 PSUs.
To be fair, no Mini ITX GPU and CPU combo of todays parts can max out a 650W PSU without overclocking/power limit increasing, even a RTX3090 with an i9 10900K and all your other gear would be around upto 600W at stock, the recommendations just have massive overheads.Quote

11-01-2021, 14:36:06

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by tgrech View Post
To be fair, no Mini ITX GPU and CPU combo of todays parts can max out a 650W PSU without overclocking/power limit increasing, even a RTX3090 with an i9 10900K and all your other gear would be around upto 600W at stock, the recommendations just have massive overheads.
How many users do you think, outside of enthusiasts, will know this? I think the percentage of this group of users is very high unfortunately.

Also, the cases and usages today, no one uses an Mini ITX GPU. Even an Dan A4 SFX can accommodate a full size GPU.Quote

12-01-2021, 05:09:32

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
How many users do you think, outside of enthusiasts, will know this? I think the percentage of this group of users is very high unfortunately.

Also, the cases and usages today, no one uses an Mini ITX GPU. Even an Dan A4 SFX can accommodate a full size GPU.
While the DAN case can fit "full-sized" GPUs, it can only fit dual-slot GPUs, which aren't as common on high-end GPUs as they used to be.Quote

12-01-2021, 13:44:28

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
While the DAN case can fit "full-sized" GPUs, it can only fit dual-slot GPUs, which aren't as common on high-end GPUs as they used to be.
Fair enough then, take the NCASE M1. Can fit tripple slot GPUs Quote
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