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Thermaltake, established in 1999 and still a relatively new company, offer a comprehensive line of products for the computer enthusiast. We all know that heat can be a killer and the Thermaltake Key 3 Spirit initiative seeks to address the problem and take the case, power supply and cooling as a system and integrate them all together to keep temperatures under control. Judging by their popularity on the forums and some excellent reviews there's no doubt that Thermaltake produce some excellent cases, cooling fans and processor coolers, but what about their power supplies? Thermaltake offer an extensive range of power supplies that includes the Toughpower, TR2, Litepower and Evo_Blue series along with a range of universal laptop power supplies. Thermaltakes flagship power supply range is probably the Toughpower Grand series with 650, 750, 850, 1050 and 1200 watt variants. The Toughpower Grand series utilize advanced circuitry, high efficiency, clean and reliable power delivery and a modular design making them, according to Thermaltake, the toughest power supply on the block. Let's have a look at the Toughpower Grand 1200W and see if it lives up to the hype.
Recently we've been testing power supplies here at Bjorn3D, and we're trying to give our readers a good overview of different manufacturers and different categories of power supplies. Last week, we've took look at the Seasonic X-Series 660W Modular PSU, which we found extremely stable with rock solid voltages, very quiet due to its Sanyo Denki San Ace Silent Fan with Hybrid Silent Fan Control, highly efficient with a 80 Plus Gold Certification, and using one of the nicest features that we don't see on many modular power supplies, 100% modularity. The Seasonic X-Series 660W Power Supply is a perfect choice for gamers that want to run high-end gaming systems with a top of the line video card or two mid-range video cards in SLI or CrossFireX configuration, though it is not the best power supply for overclockers due to its lower wattage support. Today, we will be taking a look at Thermaltake's flagship 80Plus Gold Certified ToughPower Grand 1200W Modular Power Supply. While this power supply is designed for overclockers and gamers that use multi-GPU setups, it is not 100% modular.
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