So you just built your new system and you want to keep tabs on its power usage. Well you can guesstimate everything and have an idea of what it's using, but that's kinda iffy if you're the type that likes to keep tabs on such things. Well if your new build features one of Thermaltake's new DPS-G power supplies then you're already covered. They're available in 450W to 1050W sizes to suit your needs. Thermaltake sent us over a 750W DPS-G power supply to see what all the fuss is about, so let's check it out!
About the DPS G power supplies:
"Taipei, Taiwan－August 12,2014－ Thermaltake, being an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, launches the latest Toughpower DPS G Series, an innovative 80 PLUS Gold certified digitally-controlled power supply range from 450W up to 1050W with DPSApp software. After receiving favorable reviews and feedbacks from many friends of media and associates on DPS Series last year, Thermaltake decided to expand the series with a much more reasonable price for all system builders to apply with in different circumstances. The new DPS G series with the aid of DPSApp Software not only provides the system with clean and stable power, it also creates an intelligent platform that allows users to monitor and record the status of power consumption, voltage distribution and the electricity cost for advance usage. Out of all the PSU monitoring software applications, Thermaltake DPSApp is the most powerful, flexible, universal and easy-to-use supreme monitoring tool to have on the market."
Let's check out the features and specifications for the 750W DPS G now.