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, which can natively support the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards.
According to TechPowerup, Thermaltake’s Toughpower GF3 series of power supplies are now available. The first products are models rated at 1650W and 1350W, priced at $369.99 and $259.99 respectively. Obviously this is for high-end platforms with next-generation CPUs and GPUs.
Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 series power supplies aim to provide the best performance. It includes six different rated powers of 1650W, 1350W, 1200W, 1000W, 850W and 750W, all of which have been certified by 80PLUS Gold. It adopts the LLC+DC-DC circuit design, which provides stable operation and optimized voltage regulation. At the same time, it is equipped with an ultra-quiet 135mm or 140mm hydraulic bearing fan to ensure good heat dissipation of the power supply.
This series of power supplies adopts a fully modular design and is equipped with black flat cables, which is convenient for users to easily manage cables, which can reduce the clutter of cables and improve the airflow in the chassis. Toughpower GF3 series power supply not only provides 12+4Pin PCIe 5.0 external power supply interface but also it is compatible with Intel’s latest ATX 3.0 specification, providing comprehensive support for next-generation platforms. Thermaltake says the 1650W, 1350W, and 1200W can provide 600W of power for the graphics card. In addition, the Toughpower GF3 series power supplies also support the C6/C7 energy-saving states of Intel processors, providing a more stable, efficient, and energy-saving solution.