Power Supplies

Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 1000W Power Supply Review

Thermaltake has certainly come a long way over the last 10 years. Having once been viewed by many consumers as something of an inexpensive fringe brand, they are today one of the most recognisable names for PC hardware components. A factor that has undoubtedly been primarily driven forwards, at least in our opinion, with their consistent launch of new and exceptionally good power supply designs.

With this in mind, therefore, we take a look at their newly released Toughpower GF1 1000W. A supremely potent PSU packing masses of excellent features, and, not to mention, 1000 watts of power output, making this a highly suitable choice for enthusiast-level PC users!

Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 1000W

Coming under Thermaltake’s highly reputable ‘Toughpower’ branding, as the name might suggest, the GF1 takes a no-nonsense approach offering consumers all the features they want to see from a quality PSU design. While the bells and whistles and razzmatazz of RGB lighting might (in some views) be lacking, this power supply packs masses of excellent features that should easily manage to grab the attention of the savvy consumer.

Offering a fully modular cable design, an 80-Plus Gold efficiency rating, 100% Japanese capacitors, 1000 watts of power output, and a huge 10-year warranty, even on paper this already sounds like a fantastic proposition! – Better still, available in wattage output ranges from 650W all the way up to 1200W, there’s something for everyone in this series!

What Does Thermaltake Have to Say?

“The fully modular Toughpower GF1 series now comes in 1000W and built to deliver 80 PLUS Gold efficiency. The series features a 140mm hydraulic bearing fan, Japanese capacitors and other premium components to help deliver a continuous and stable power with an ambient temperature up to 50°C, while near silent operation and reliable performance are guaranteed. With an ample 10-year warranty, the Toughpower GF1 1000W Gold is able to satisfy the market where PC enthusiasts are looking for a premium power supply with all the latest features.”

Features

  • 80 Plus Gold Certified Up to 90% Efficiency
  • High Amperage Single +12V Rail Design
  • Upgraded CPU/PCI-E Main Cables (16AWG Wires) For High End Enthusiasts’ PCs
  • 100% High Quality Japanese 105C/221F Capacitors
  • Fully Modular Low-Profile Flat Black Cables
  • 1000W Continuous Output at 50C/122F Operating Environment

Specifications

For more detailed specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!

Connections

With a fully modular cable design, the Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 1000W should be absolutely perfect for all users whether their system is relatively spartan or incredibly complex. Thermaltake provides you with masses of connectors that will give consumers no problems in easily hooking up all of their components while the flat black cabling provides more than enough length and flexibility for high levels of system management and uninterrupted airflow.

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