- Brand: Thermaltake
- Model: Toughpower DPS G 650W
- Price: £113.31 (At time of review)
Thermaltake is a worldwide manufacturer of computer hardware and the parent company to Tt eSPORTS and Luxa2 which specialize in peripherals and lifestyle products. Thermaltake is always looking to innovate and stay ahead of the rest and lately has been focusing heavily on the enthusiast and modding side of the hardware industry. Trying to make modding as easy as it can be for everyone, Thermaltake has released their Core series of cases which include the likes of the Core V31/V51/V71 which are designed to be highly module and the more recently released Core X1/X2 and X9 which are not only stackable, but they are designed to house some great water-cooling components.
The fun stop doesn’t there though, oh no! Thermaltake also has a nice lineup of Water 3.0 AIO Liquid CPU coolers which features 120/240 or 360mm radiators, giving users who do not want to take the chance installing a full custom-loop the best performance they can. If custom-loops are your thing, Thermaltake have recently announced their RL240 Water Cooling Kit which consists of enough parts to begin a full water loop CPU cooler, radiator, fans, pump, res, it’s all included in the kit. They have also been showing off various photos on social media accounts including some monster radiators and more water-cooling gear, making sure they have something for everyone.
Today however I will be taking a look at one of their power supplies by way of the Toughpower DPS G 650W. The DPS G range is a bit unique in the fact that it comes with its own application so you can manage the electricity being used and even allows you to share all of this information via the cloud if you so desire. The Smart DPS APP has a lot of great features that we will look at in just a bit, app aside the PSU range is 80PLUS Gold rated and fully modular so there are no extra cables laying about in the case if you don’t want them.
Before we get things kicked off, let’s take a look at the unboxing video I did for the Toughpower DPS G 650W Power Supply from Thermaltake: