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Feature
Specification
  
GENERAL:   
- Wattage    1200 Watts
- Fan    140 mm
2300 RPM ± 10%
- Efficiency   

87% +

- PFC    Active PFC
(PF > 0.9)
- Hold-Up Time    16 ms
- Switches    ATX Logic On-Off Additional Power Racker Switch
- Motherboard Connectors   

24-pin Main Connector
8-pin Power Connector
4+4-pin Power Connector

- Power Good Signal    100-500 ms
- Form Factor    ATX 12V 2.2
- Dimension    7.8 x 5.9 x 3.3 inch (L)x(W)x(H)
200 x 150 x 86 mm (L)x(W)x(H)
- Warranty    5 Years
- Certifications    ATI CrossFire Certified
80 Plus Certified
AC INPUT:   
- Input Voltage   
115 VAC ~ 230 VAC
- Input Current   
15A
- Input Frequency Range   
47 ~ 63 Hz
- Inrush Current   
- Operating Range   
- MTBF   
120,000 hours minimum (at 25 ℃)
- RFI / EMI    CE, CB, TUV, FCC, UL, CUL, BSMI
DC OUTPUT:   
- Output Table   
ENVIRONMENT:   
- Operating Temperature   
10 ℃ to 50 ℃
- Storage Temperature    -20 ℃ to 70℃
- Operating Humidity   
20% to 90%, non-condensing
- Storage Humidity   
5% to 95%, non-condensing
PROTECTION:   
- Over Voltage Protection    +3.3V trip point @ 4.5 Vmax
+5.0V trip point @ 7.0 Vmax
+12.0V trip point @15.6 Vmax
- Over Current Protection   

+3.3V range @ 33A ~ 50A
+5.0V range @ 33A ~ 50A
+12V1 & +12V2 range @ 22A ~ 35A
+12V3 & +12V4 range @ 39A ~ 55A

- Over Load Protection    Yes
- Over Termperature Protection    Yes
- Under Voltage Protection    +3.3V trip point @ 2.0 Vmax
+5.0V trip point @ 3.3 Vmax
+12.0V trip point @ 8.5 Vmax
- Short Circuit Protection    All Output to GND
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Award & Review
Reviewed by Real World Labs
THERMALTAKE TOUGHPOWER 1200W POWER SUPPLY
 
Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W 80Plus Silver certified power supply unit (TP-1200M) retails for around USD240 inside the USA and 200Euros inside the EU which for an 1200W unit is not bad at all especially considering that similar wattage units are more expensive at an average of 10-20% .. 
 
October 19, 2011

Reviewed by Noticias3d
F.A. Thermaltake Toughpower Grand 1.200 W
 
Se trata pues, de una fuente eficiente, bastante silenciosa, estable, bonita y modular, ¿Qué más se le puede pedir a una fuente?. Creemos que un par de aspectos más: que se adapte a nuestras necesidades energéticas y a nuestro bolsillo. Aunque aquí también cabría comentar aspectos de tamaño para nuestra caja, desde el formato CPX de Antec hasta fuentes pico ATX. Sin embargo la Toughpower Grand cumple con el estándar y a pesar de ser una fuente de 1.200W no difiere de unas medidas muy controladas: hay fuentes más pequeñas pero de menos potencia e incluso hemos visto fuentes de 1.200W más largas que ésta. .. 
 
September 16, 2011

Reviewed by Overclockers Online
Thermaltake Toughpower XT 875W and Toughpower 1200W
 
There aren’t too many power supplies that can command such a price anymore, given the amount of excellent units out there, even in the 1000W+ range. That said, the Toughpower 1200W is a solid power supply. Line regulation is top notch; the unit looks great and comes with a nice array of accessories .. 
 
December 31, 2010

Reviewed by eTeknix
 
The Thermaltake Toughpower Cable Management is no exception. If you have a power hungry machine like a Core i7 running multiple heavy duty graphics cards, then this PSU is one to add to your shortlist .. 
 
January 14, 2010

Reviewed by Xbitlabs
 
They have good electrical parameters, deliver stable voltages with acceptable voltage ripple and are comfortable in terms of noisiness .. 
 
April 02, 2009

Reviewed by atomic
 
Although this PSU is basically a 1200 watt version of the stunningly overpriced OEM failures that are the 1500W PSUs, it somehow managed to run Big Willy when the others didn’t .. 
 
January 13, 2009

Reviewed by Bjorn3d
 
rock solid stable power in a serious enthusiast rig ... with seriously stable clean power .. 
 
December 20, 2008

Reviewed by RBMods
 
This PSU is is a powerhouse, I find it hard to believe that there are actually more efficient PSU´s for the price that you can get this for .. 
 
September 08, 2008

Reviewed by Tweaknews
 
With best-of-class specs and a generous feature set with configuration options, the Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W is tough to beat .. 
 
July 25, 2008

Reviewed by BCCHardware
 
The Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W PSU is a power house. This PSU comes equipped with four +12v rails and supports 6 PCIe devices - 3x 6-pin and 3x 8-pin. It is mostly modular and features a nice large fan that provides very good cooling to this unit under normal circumstances .. 
 
July 03, 2008

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FAQ
 
Q:  Why do I need a ATI CrossFire or CrossFire X Certified power supply?
A:  AMD/ATI CrossFire and CrossFire X platform allows users to utilize multiple (up to 4) graphic cards in one system for ultimate graphics performance.  Thermaltake power supplies that are AMD/ATI CrossFire or CrossFire X certified were submitted to AMD and underwent rigorous testing to make sure the power supply met AMD’s highest standard of quality and reliability.  What that means is the consumer can rest assured that the Thermaltake power supply will power your powerhouse PC for years to come.

Q:  Why do I need a 80 PLUS certified power supply?
A:  The 80 PLUS program certifies PSU that has 80% or higher energy efficiency rate at 20%, 50%, 100% of loading, plus power factor of 0.9 or greater. This requirement makes an 80 PLUS certified PSU considerably more efficient than other power supplies. In other words, a computer with an 80 PLUS certified power supply will use around 15 % to 25% less electricity, generates less heat and saves the consumer money in the long run!

Q:  Will this Power Supply work with my SLI cards?
A:  Yes, this power supply will work for SLI cards and Crossfire cards as the power supply itself was tested by ATI, thus the ATI Certification.

Q:  The power supply shows a 24 (20+4) pin ATX power connector. But the motherboard I have only has 20 pin connector, will it still work?
A:  Yes, the 20+4 pin ATX power connector design allows the extra 4pin to be removed before connecting to a 20pin motherboard.  The new 24pin ATX power connecter found on today’s PC power supply is part of the new ATX specification (ATX12V 2.0 and above) which is necessary in order to support Intel’s current generation of processor architecture and other technological advances.

Q:  Help me choose a power supply.
A: 

We understand choosing a power supply may be a daunting task for some, especially with continuous upgrades to more advanced CPUs or Graphic Cards. The Thermaltake Power Supply Calculator can help! It is a very powerful yet user-friendly tool that tracks all major components that are commonly used in today's computer and computes the total power draw, then provides a suggested power supply range that is suitable for your unique PC. Please click here http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com to go to the Power Supply Calculator.


 
 


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