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Thermaltake launches new Digitally Controlled Toughpower DPS PSU

Thermaltake unveils the Toughpower DPS series of power supplies, features digital control and monitoring software

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Sep 5, 2013 3:29 pm

Thermaltake recently released a new power supply series dubbed the Toughpower DPS. The series is unique in that it is capable of being controlled and monitored from the desktop via a digital control interface.

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The new DPS 850W and 750W digitally controlled power supplies feature improved voltage regulation that Thermaltake says provides your system with clean and stable power. The company says that the DPSApp monitoring software is the most robust and powerful on the market today and combines ease of use with a feature rich user interface.



The Toughpower DPS allows users to monitor and calculate their energy use, monitor efficiency, and even share their results with friends. The software also allows users to organize their power data into a quantitative database for some serious data crunching. Thermaltake says that the new Toughpower DPS PSUs are 80+ Gold certified and are Haswell ready.


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