It's no secret that desktop computers can be power-hungry machines. With its new Toughpower DPS G RGB power supply, Thermaltake hopes to provide environmentally-conscious users the information they need to monitor and reduce their carbon footprint.
The technology that enables this is Thermaltake's Smart Power Management Platform. It allows users to monitor and record key information regarding their power supply's power consumption, voltage distribution, and electricity cost. Users can access this information through a desktop app, a mobile app, or Thermaltake's cloud service. Through these services, users can receive daily emails or push notifications regarding power usage reminders, a daily energy consumption report, or even a warning alert should their power supply overheat.
Underneath the SPM platform and 140 mm rainbow-colored fan is a powerful PSU. The Toughpower DPS G RGB one-ups its little brother from last year with 1250W of power. It's fully modular, and is 80 PLUS Titanium certified. It's ATX 2.31 and EPS 12V-compliant, and it will be released on January 22nd for $379.99.
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