Thermaltake Releases Toughpower SFX Power Supplies

Thermaltake has officially released the Toughpower SFX series, the latest addition to its power supply lineup, designed to meet the ATX 3.0 standard and be ready for PCIe 5.0. Thermaltake says the Toughpower SFX series of power supplies are designed to work with Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 40-series GPUs and Intel’s latest CPUs. The SFX size fits mainstream ATX to ITX chassis, especially for those who want to build a system in less space.

The Toughpower SFX series adopts a fully modular design, adopts the latest components, is compatible with Intel’s ATX 3.0 specification, and is equipped with a 12+4Pin 12VHPWR interface, which can support up to 600W of power output. This series of power supplies have three power ratings, of which the overall dimensions of 750W and 850W are 125mm x 63.5mm x 100mm, and the overall dimensions of 1000W are 125mm x 63.5mm x 126mm, all of which have been certified by 80 PLUS Gold.

Thermaltake said that the Toughpower SFX series power supplies will provide SFX to ATX adapter brackets, providing users with more options for building systems. The flat cable used is more convenient for cable management, which can reduce the clutter in the chassis and increase the airflow. The 750W and 850W models are equipped with a 92mm fan, and the 1000W model is equipped with a 120mm fan, which uses fluid dynamic bearings to ensure better heat dissipation efficiency, while at 30% load or less, it can stall for zero noise.

According to TechPowerup, the Toughpower SFX series of power supplies will be available in mid-November this year, priced at $159.99/€169.90 for 750W, the 850W is priced at $179.99/€194.90, and the 1000W is priced at $234.99/€244.90.