Thermaltake Launches Pure Power RX Series PSU's

"Thermaltake Technology, is launching its new line of Purepower RX Series ultra-low noise power supply."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 03/01/2007
Author: PV5150
Source: Thermaltake

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Thermaltake Technology, the world's leading brand for high-end chassis and high-performance power supply, is launching its new line of Purepower RX Series ultra-low noise power supply. Being the leading manufacturer, Thermaltake is constantly updating its product lines to include the latest technology in addition to most up-to-date industrial specifications.

The latest Purepower RX Series power supply has incorporated the ultra-silent 140mm fan found on Thermaltake's high-end Toughpower Series power supply to remove thermal build-up within the enclosure efficiently and silently. The 140mm fan helps reduce the high noise level that is typically associated with high-wattage power supply. Greater wing span of the fan blades that results in greater surface area allows the fan to spin much slower while still pushing large amount of cool air to dissipate heat. Purepower RX Series with 140mm fan will be available with Cable Management option in 450W, 500W, 550W, 600W as well as with standard cable output in 400W, 450W and 500W.

RX Fornt view

To support all of today's PC requirements, Purepower RX Series power supply complies with the latest Intel ATX12V V2.2 specification along with Active P.F.C. (Power Factor Correction) technology to ensure system's stability and reliability. Over Voltage Protection (OVP), Over Current Protection (OCP), Short Circuit Protection (SCP) and No Load Operation Protection are all the standard safety protection features found on each and every one of Thermaltake power supplies.

Purepower RX Series power supply comes standard with 4 SATA connectors to power latest hard drives, maximum of 7 Molex connectors for optical drives or fans and maximum of 2 PCI-E connectors for powering multiple GFX cards setup from ATI or Nvidia. Multiple dedicated 12V rails found on Purepower RX Series power supply not only allows for higher wattage but also guarantees the CPU and GFX card(s) can operate at their optimal setting for ultimate gaming performance.

RX packaging

You can find out more about the Thermaltake Pure Power RX series of PSU's here

Feel free to discuss this product in our forum

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03-01-2007, 08:03:39

Rastalovich

never heard of 7500 :eek:
could it even be an FX5500 :eek: :eek: :eek:

but a 7600GT would only set you back about 160-80 depending on where you get it and what brand you get and that will easy be enough to run any current games on medium (games like HL2 will run like glass since they do on my 7300GT)



Is that about £111 ? I believe I got an XFX 7600GT b4 christmas for that minus about 8-10%.

03-01-2007, 08:34:58

WC Annihilus

Is that about £111 ? I believe I got an XFX 7600GT b4 christmas for that minus about 8-10%.



omg is in AUS, thus the high sounding price ;)

03-01-2007, 09:07:31

carlos747
is this a alright graphic card http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=457256?
and if i wanted 2 buy it how do i buy it all it ses is to pre order it

03-01-2007, 09:14:49

Kempez
It's ok, not amazing but will perform ok

They're out of stock

03-01-2007, 18:27:12

carlos747
but would it be alreet for call of duty 2?

03-01-2007, 18:29:02

Kempez
It would play mid level settings @ 1280 x 1024 probably

03-01-2007, 18:42:01

mVp24
What car did he link to? The link isnt really working for me =\

03-01-2007, 18:43:55

Kempez

What car did he link to? The link isnt really working for me =\



Delete the "?" in the URL

Palit 7600GT

03-01-2007, 18:50:37

mVp24

Delete the "?" in the URL

Palit 7600GT



Couldn't a 7600 max out probably? I'm sure it could do better than 1280x1024 atleast...

03-01-2007, 19:29:57

Kempez

Couldn't a 7600 max out probably? I'm sure it could do better than 1280x1024 atleast...



Not with (what I call) decent levels of AA
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