Thermaltake Smart DPS G PSUs and More at Computex 2016




/ 3 years ago

Thermaltake Smart DPS G PSUs and More at Computex 2016

The latest power supplies from Thermaltake are all on show here at Computex 2016, including their new SMART DPS G series, which offer up a huge range of digital features for monitoring and controlling your system. You can track real-time performance of efficiency, voltages, fan speeds and much more, including being able to remotely power on/off your system, track the stats of multiple systems and so much more. We actually have one in the office, so keep an eye out for a review when we get back to the UK.

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Their latest toughpower, the DPS G RGB 1250 packs just about everything you can imagine from a PSU in one package. It is 80 Plus Titanium certified, comes in 850W to 1500W variants, is fully modular, has an RGB Riing fan, fully equipped with a range of digital smart features and it looks pretty awesome too, that’s always a bonus.

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PSU accessories are another focus this year too, with a range of colourful TTMOD cable extensions to give your system some added visual flair.

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The quality is fantastic, and they’re available single and in combo packs to suit your needs.

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