Thermaltake Releases their Toughpower GF3 series PSUs with PCIe Gen 5 Power Connectors
The GF3 series can output up to 1650W of power
Published: 5th September 2022 | Source: Thermaltake |
Thermaltake launches their Toughpower GF3 PSUs with PCIe 5 12+4 power connectors and ATX 3.0 compliance
Thermaltake has now launched their new Toughpower GF3 series of power supplies, new units that are ATX 3.0 complainant and feature the PCI Express Gen 5 12+4 pin power connector, which is capable of delivering up to 600 watts of power on its own.
The Toughpower GF3 series will ship with models that can deliver 750W, 850W, 1000W, 1200W, 1350W and 1650W. All of these models will ship with at least one PCIe Gen 5 12+4 pin power connector (the 1650W model has two), and will be cooled by a 135mm fan. All models will ship with two 8-pin EPS connectors to power the latest CPUs.
Thermaltake has launched these new power supplies to handle next-generation PC hardware and to support the latest power standards. Thermaltake has claimed that these power supplies can supply twice their rated power for 100ns, ensuring that their new GF3 series PSUs can handle high power excursions and high momentary power draws.
All six GF3 series PSU models are 80+ Gold rated and feature industry standard features like over voltage protections and power failure protection. All models also ship with a generous number of 6+2-pin power connectors, with two on the 750W model and eight on the 1650W model.
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