The Pacific V-GTX 1080Ti Transparent is a full-cover GPU water block designed to actively cool the GPU, memory, and VRMs, and it features a clear acrylic top fastened to a nickel-plate
RGB LED lighting is the new hotness, and a lot of power supplies are incorporating it. Thermaltake's Toughpower Grand RGB with 750W of maximum power boasts RGB lighting, surprisingly good performance, and modular cabling.
Thermaltake announced that it will show off the fresh Toughpower Grand RGB Gold Series (650W/750W/850W) and the new Smart Pro RGB Bronze Series (650W/750W/850W) at CES 2017.
Thermaltake released the Toughpower Grand RGB Gold series, which includes three products that feature an RGB fan along with Gold efficiency and a fully modular cable design.
In addition to its flagship Titanium line, Thermaltake also equipped the DPS G Gold family with an RGB fan. The highest-capacity model outputting up to 850W is our test subject today.
The highest-end member of Thermaltake's Toughpower SFX Gold line is on our test bench today. It offers Gold efficiency, modular cabling, and a semi-passive fan mode. Thanks to its 600 W capacity, you can easily build a powerful system with it.
Thermaltake recently released a new flagship Titanium-class PSU, the Toughpower DPS G RGB with 1250W max. power. Besides an RGB LED fan, this unit also features high performance, modular cabling, and compatibility with the SPM cloud platform.
Thermaltake introduced the Toughpower DPS G Platinum line that consists of three new, semi-digital and fully modular PSUs made by Enhance Electronics. The highest-capacity 1200W model is our test subject in today's review.
Thermaltake made an 80 PLUS Titanium certified 1250-watt power supply with RGB LED lights, not surprisingly called the Toughpower DPS G RGB 1250W.
Thermaltake announced two new modular cases called the Core W100 and WP100, along with an add-on chassis called the P100.
Thermaltake debuted a new DIY water cooling kit called the R360 D5, which includes several key components for enthusiasts to create their own custom water loops.
Thermaltake's new Core V51 enclosure can house a lot of hardware and all the radiators you'll ever need to cool it all.
Terms like “tenkeyless” and “80% form factor” mean simply, a keyboard without the number pad — and this format isn’t just popular with gamers.