Thermaltake releases the GF3 ARGB 750W/850W Gold Power Supply

Thermaltake launched the Toughpower GF3 series power supply in July this year, equipped with a native 12+4Pin PCIe 5.0 external power supply interface (12VHPWR), which can natively support the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards and meet the ATX 3.0 specification.
Toughpower GF3 series power supplies aim to provide the best performance, including six different rated powers of 1650W, 1350W, 1200W, 1000W, 850W, and 750W, all of which have obtained 80PLUS gold certification. This time Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 ARGB series 850W/750W is equipped with a fan with RGB lighting effects, providing a new choice for users who like RGB lighting effects.

The new power supply adopts an LLC+DC-DC circuit design, which provides stable operation and optimized voltage regulation, supports up to 200% instantaneous power output, and the efficiency can reach 70% at a 2% low load. It is also equipped with a 140mm RGB fan with 16.8 million colors, 9 programmable LED lights, seven lighting effects that can be manually changed through the ARGB control button, and supports mainstream motherboards to synchronize RGB control lighting software. It is a hydraulic bearing fan that creates a perfect balance between quietness and heat dissipation to ensure that the computer can operate effectively under high loads. After turning on the Smart Zero Fan zero speed mode, it can minimize the noise generated by the fan during operation.

Since the power supply adopts a fully modular design and is equipped with black flat wires, it is convenient for users to manage the wires easily, which can reduce the messy situation of the wires and improve the wind flow in the case. According to Thermaltake, the native 16 PIN (12VHPWR) PCIe connector of the GF3 ARGB 850W can deliver up to 450W for PCIe 5.0 graphics cards, and the native 16 PIN (12VHPWR) PCIe connector of the GF3 ARGB 750W can deliver up to 300W for PCIe 5.0 graphics cards.

Thermaltake provides a 10-year warranty for the new power supply but has not yet provided the price and specific time to market.