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    Thumbs up Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Thermaltake Technology, leading DIY computer components and power supply brand, today announced the latest addition to the popular "Toughpower" line of high-end PC power supply units, the Toughpower Grand Series. Its grandiose looks with a classy black finish make a clear statement through sheer appearance: this is quality pure. The proprietary 14cm dual-ball-bearing flower-shaped fan provides optimized ventilation for the inside components of the Tougherpower Grand unit. Being 80 PLUS Gold certified users don't just get a guaranteed eco-friendly PSU with more than 90% efficiency at 50% load and a 0.95 active power factor correction (PFC), but the electricity bill will noticeably drop as well. By virtue of their high-efficiency, the Toughpower Grand 650W (750W peak) and 750W (850W peak) models are ideally suited for high-end gaming and enthusiast PCs powering multi-core processors in combination with multi-GPU setups.



    For demanding mission-critical environments and applications, industrial-grade components are indispensable and are being tested 24/7 at 50°C to ensure utmost stability and long-term reliability. The Japanese made and solid state capacitors withstand up to at least 105°C of heat serving as robust foundation for the Toughpower Grand Series. Additional DC-to-DC converter modules for +3.3V and +5V rails ensure low A/C ripple and great system stability. The convenient Cable Management allows you to only connect those components' power cords that you actually need, this helps to decrease cable mess and increase air circulation within the case.

    The Toughpower Grand exclusive 12Vin1 provides for a powerful single 12V rail for best compatibility. The unique FanDelayCool feature enables the flower shape 14cm fan to keep running 15-30 seconds after system shutdown to prolong the lifetime of PSU components.



    Two sets of anti-vibration gaskets add to the Toughpower Grand's overall silence-promisions, while a convenient cable bag keeps the currently unneeded cables in order. With sufficient mounting screws and cable straps you ready to set up your high-end rig with a mighty power supply that stands for best power efficiency and exceptional reliability.

    Toughpower Grand 750W (TPG-750M), MSRP US$ 189.90
    Toughpower Grand 650W (TPG-650M), MSRP US$ 169.90


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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Hell yeah.
    single +12V rocked.
    and zero load feature is very good for CPUs.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Pricing is terrible. Thats in Seasonic X 650/750 territory, and that is just not right

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Nice looks (and specs), I hope UCC brings this to BD. Would be a good replacement for my current PSU.
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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Come on Mazhar bhai---I would rather buy them in this price range no matter what.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    Come on Mazhar bhai---I would rather buy them in this price range no matter what.
    You mean you would buy this Thermaltake instead of the Seasonic X series?

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    NO, If it is available in BD.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Never Mind some day buy that wild-dog and offcorse i use it.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    the pricing is really terrible, I mean you can get PC Power & Cooling in this range which is way better than TT.
    & I am not taking about availability!

    edit: Just google PC & P Cooling 750W!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    the pricing is really terrible, I mean you can get PC Power & Cooling in this range which is way better than TT.
    & I am not taking about availability!

    edit: Just google PC & P Cooling 750W!
    Unfortunately, while PCP&C are still great, they arent as good as they were a few years back. The main reason is that their new PSU's are manufactured by Sirfa/Highpower instead of Seasonic (ie previously they sold slightly modified Seasonic designs). Really wish OCZ didnt buy PCP&C, i felt this was cost cutting. They were the best a couple of years back, not any more, that mantle belongs to Seasonic IMO. Also, while the 750W PCP&C Silencer has a brilliant voltage regulation, it suffers from excessive noise from the fans and the efficiency of these newer 80+ Silver and gold PSU's are higher (yes, even the Tt)

    This PSU does seem to be good, I just feel it should be <$150.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    NO, If it is available in BD.
    I understand about BD (un)availability, but I was confused about the previous statement

    Quote Originally Posted by Sumon View Post
    Come on Mazhar bhai---I would rather buy them in this price range no matter what.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Also don't forget about Corsair's NEW AX Series (1200W, 750W, 850W 80+ Gold).. [REVIEW]

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Unfortunately, while PCP&C are still great, they arent as good as they were a few years back. The main reason is that their new PSU's are manufactured by Sirfa/Highpower instead of Seasonic (ie previously they sold slightly modified Seasonic designs). Really wish OCZ didnt buy PCP&C, i felt this was cost cutting. They were the best a couple of years back, not any more, that mantle belongs to Seasonic IMO. Also, while the 750W PCP&C Silencer has a brilliant voltage regulation, it suffers from excessive noise from the fans and the efficiency of these newer 80+ Silver and gold PSU's are higher (yes, even the Tt)

    This PSU does seem to be good, I just feel it should be <$150.



    I understand about BD (un)availability, but I was confused about the previous statement
    I must be living under a rock! Thanks Mazhar bhaiya, didnt know that. Still the Turbo Cool & the Silencer was one of their best PSU's till today, it's just so sad
    sorry for the offtopic.
    Last edited by dipanzan; June 8th, 2010 at 15:22.

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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Looks... Sexy. Lets hope it turns out to be as good..
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    Default Re: Thermaltake Launches Toughpower Grand 80 PLUS Gold Certified PSUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Unfortunately, while PCP&C are still great, they arent as good as they were a few years back. The main reason is that their new PSU's are manufactured by Sirfa/Highpower instead of Seasonic (ie previously they sold slightly modified Seasonic designs). Really wish OCZ didnt buy PCP&C, i felt this was cost cutting. They were the best a couple of years back, not any more, that mantle belongs to Seasonic IMO. Also, while the 750W PCP&C Silencer has a brilliant voltage regulation, it suffers from excessive noise from the fans and the efficiency of these newer 80+ Silver and gold PSU's are higher (yes, even the Tt)

    This PSU does seem to be good, I just feel it should be <$150.
    I understand about BD (un)availability, but I was confused about the previous statement
    nice post. Thanx
    PCP&C is always best but it not come into Bangladesh. Only Thermaltake come into bangladesh so we don't have other choice. and yeah ur right "This PSU does seem to be good, I just feel it should be <$150."

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    Thermatake Grand 750W is 190$ (w/o any discount/rebate), eh ? :/

    I can buy Corsair TX950W at that price. :/

    Btw, these are modular units ? :S And, how's corsair AX series ? :S must be good, aren't they ? :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    Thermatake Grand 750W is 190$ (w/o any discount/rebate), eh ? :/

    I can buy Corsair TX950W at that price. :/

    Btw, these are modular units ? :S And, how's corsair AX series ? :S must be good, aren't they ? :S
    I think Corsair TX950W will batter coz single rail [email protected] /Thermatake Grand 750W is [email protected]sair TX950W is 80 PLUS Bronze and Thermatake Grand 750W 80 PLUS Gold.
    Nope Corsair TX950W is Non-Modular units psu.
    corsair AX series is Professional Series PSU and corsair TX series isEnthusiast Series PSU. of course corsair good brand in PSu market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert SX65 View Post
    corsair AX series is Professional Series PSU and corsair TX series isEnthusiast Series PSU.
    Gotta disagree man.

    TX is series is value-oriented. HX series is for professionals. And, brand new AX series aims at the enthusiasts.

    However, I love TX series and hate modular PSUs lolz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    Gotta disagree man.

    TX is series is value-oriented. HX series is for professionals. And, brand new AX series aims at the enthusiasts.

    However, I love TX series and hate modular PSUs lolz.
    why..:S

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert SX65 View Post
    why..:S
    Oh man... :/ I was just kiddin' man.

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