Power supply Thermaltake Toughpower Grand Gold RGB RGB and Smart Pro Bronze feature buttons, backlight control
At CES 2017, the company Thermaltake presented a series of power supplies Toughpower Grand Gold RGB RGB and Smart Pro Bronze. Each of the series includes models with a capacity of 650, 750 and 850 watts. These power supply units have a modular cable system. Another common feature is the presence of fans Riing 14 RGB with hydrodynamic bearing and 256-color led light. The backlight can glow red, green, blue or white, and can operate in the mode of a smooth loop over all 256 colors. Of course, you can completely turn off the backlight. To select the mode on the unit there is a special button. The selected mode is stored and used the next time.
Output voltages on the main tires Toughpower Grand Gold RGB are supported with an accuracy of ±2%, RGB Smart Pro Bronze — not worse than ±3%. The manufacturer also notes the use of Japanese capacitors, designed for temperatures up to 105 °C.
The power units Toughpower Grand Gold RGB has a 10-year warranty on power supply Smart Pro RGB Bronze — 7-year-old.