Thermaltake has introduced its first SFX power supplies designed for gaming PCs. The new Toughpower SFX series of PSUs will have two models, both of which are 80 Plus Gold rated and feature a modular design. Thermaltake, which is primarily known for its PC cases and high-power PSUs for high-end PCs, will become the fourth major PSU maker to introduce gaming-grade SFX power supplies after Corsair, FSP and SilverStone. The Thermaltake Toughpower SFX lineup will have two SKUs rated for 450 W (STP-0450F-G) and 600 W (STP-0600F-G, STP-600AH1FEG) maximum load. Both power suppliers are compliant with SFX12V V3.3 and ATX12V V2.4 specifications as well as carry the 80 Plus Gold certification. Thermaltake advertises three key features: the 80 mm fan that does not operate at...
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