Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1350W, True 600W 12VHPWR Connectors on PSU & NVIDIA RTX 40 series, ATX 3.0/PCI-E 5.0 Ready, 80+ Gold, SLI/Crossfire Ready Power Supply, PS-TPD-1350FNFAGU-4, 10 Year Warranty Gold ATX 3.0 1350W Black
Model Number: PS-TPD-1350FNFAGU-4
Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 1350W, True 600W 12VHPWR Connectors on PSU & NVIDIA RTX 40 series, ATX 3.0/PCI-E 5.0 Ready, 80+ Gold, SLI/Crossfire Ready Power Supply, PS-TPD-1350FNFAGU-4, 10 Year Warranty Gold ATX 3.0 1350W Black is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Designed with a native PCIe 12+4pin connector, the Toughpower GF3 series is compatible with Intel ‘s ATX 3.0 specification and is built for next-gen PCIe 5.0 graphics cards. Capable of delivering up to 600W of power to PCIe 5.0 graphics cards. •P/N: PS-TPD-1350FNFAGU-4 •WATTS: 1350W •MODEL: TPD-1350AH3FSG •MAX. OUTPUT CAPACITY: 1350W •COLOR: Black •DIMENSION ( W / H / D ): 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 180mm(D) •WEIGHT: 1.83 KG •PFC (POWER FACTOR CORRECTION): Active PFC •POWER GOOD SIGNAL: 100-250 msec •INPUT CURRENT: 16 - 8A •INPUT FREQUENCY RANGE: 50-60Hz •INPUT VOLTAGE: 100 – 240V~ •OPERATING TEMPERATURE: 0°C to + 50°C •OPERATING HUMIDITY: 20% to 90%,non-condensing •STORAGE TEMPERATURE: -40°C to + 70°C •STORAGE HUMIDITY: 20% to 90%, non-condensing •COOLING SYSTEM: 14cm hydraulic bearing fan •EFFICIENCY: Meet 80 PLUS®Gold at 115Vac input. •MTBF: 100,000 hrs minimum •SAFETY APPROVAL: •CE/UKCA/cTUVus/TÜV/FCC/IC/BSMI/EAC/CB/BIS/KCC •PCI-E 6+2PIN: 6 •PCIE 12+4PIN: 1
|6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches
|Item model number
|4.6 4.6 out of 5 stars 3,794 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#708 in Computer Power Supplies
|Date First Available
|September 13, 2022
|Country of Origin
|ATX, PCI Express
|Item Dimensions LxWxH
|6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches
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Wanted to upgrade 10+ yr 550w PSU to 850w & full modular an prior to upgrading video. Pros: Plenty of power, virtually silent, lots of cables & taps, decent length for ATX tower cases Cons: Cables are all flat ribbon and rather stiff. Hard to route out-of sight & block airflow more than round ones. Had to leave some "looping" thru airflow areas. How much more would round modular cables cost to make? Misc: First I ordered 850w of same brand as the 550w I was replacing that had worked well for 10+ yrs. I foolishly installed and carefully ran all cabling under, around & thru - It didn't boot - same everything the 550w had run - only got some MB RGB. Unhooked everything but 24 pin main - no boot. Tried 24 pin test jumper - no PSU fan start. Had to remove all, reinstall the 550w, request a refund and refuse an offer by someone with very little English and a bad phone connection to "help you troubleshoot" Asked her what she was doing in the Eighties when I was working with AS400s and early CPM computers - got immediate refund & RA. Purchased the Thermaltake 850w for $20 more than the first fiasco. It arrived in 2 days. Learned my lesson and test jumpered it first. Fan spun up and all 24 pins registered correct voltages. For good measure tested all other PSU modular taps too.
The Good: Overall this product seemed like a solid PS, bought to build a new Home / Gaming PC. No issues with the install or initial power up of the system. Had all the needed cables and they seemed good quality. I would have probably given the product 5 stars if I had reviewed it before now. The Bad: However, a few mornings ago, about two weeks after I built the system, I went to power on the computer, and it was completely dead, no fans, led's lights on the case or mother board, etc., just completely dead. Checked surge protector, switch to a different outlet, etc. No indication on the surge protector that it had been triggered. Just the supply was totally dead. I contacted support, they directed me to go their web to fill out an RMA request, which I did. A couple days later I got an RMA number, and shipping instructions, WHICH DID NOT INCLUDE any prepaid shipping labels. Further I was told to expect 2-4 weeks before I get something back. i.e. shipping time, evaluation time, and return shipping time. So from a price comparision stand point this is now a much more expensive PS than I thought when shopping for a PS. I.e. I pay for return shipping, down time of 2-4 weeks, my time to uninstall and reinstall. Then hopefully it works and stay working for more than 2 weeks. updated good news: And the reason for 4 stars vs 2 or 3. I called tech support to bitch / confirm that they did not pay for shipping, and the were good enough (even though I was just outside of 30 day from purchase date) to send me prepaid shipping lables as a customer accomidation. i.e. lowering the cost back to a resonable level. While I realize that some percentage of all products suffer premature failures, how a company handles this is key to their reputation. In the end ThermalTake stepped up.
Al ser modular es perfecta para ensambles pequeños y así utilizar sólo las conexiones necesarias. La calidad de la fuente y los cables es bastante buena.
I wanted a PSU to handle anything I wanted to buy. My last PSU served me well for many years and the power connectors are changing especially for video cards. I'm due for a new video card and wanted to make sure I had the power and connectors ready. 600W to video card is overkill for a planned 7800 XT expected to use 250W but who doesn't like having breathing room? I believe a 650W PSU is the minimum recommended for a 7800 XT. The PSU is quiet and I've had no issues with it. I do wish the motherboard and video card power cables were a bit longer so it's easier to route through some cable management features in the case.
This Thermaltake 850W PSU is for my new game PC. I decided to order this GF1 850w because not many within the price range with same performance. It's a value set due to packs of its wires accessories. So far it's working well.