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Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1200W Platinum - TT Premium Edition TPI-1200F2FDP
 
Reviewed by : GAMEZOOM Date : 2018/05/02

The new and colorful Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB PLUS Platinum 1200W is aimed more at high-end users and technology geeks. The power supply offers a very good technology, high quality workmanship and, following the Eco-Trend, high efficiency. The numerous connection options and the clear DPS software feature complete the power PSU perfectly. Also the selling price goes in view of the offered achievement and quality in order. In short, technologu enthusiasts can easily take a look!

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Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1200W Platinum - TT Premium Edition TPI-1200F2FDP
 
Reviewed by : Nikktech Date : 2018/03/21

With that out of the way the in terms of rail stability and even noise levels the iRGB PLUS 1200W has nothing to be jealous from the GRAND RGB 1200W and vice versa so if you feel that Thermaltake’s SPM is something you could put to good use this was made for you

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Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1200W Platinum - TT Premium Edition TPI-1200F2FDP
 
Reviewed by : TweakPC Date : 2018/03/05

 All in all, the Toughpower iRGB PLUS has become a nice power supply that, of course, stands out because of the great RGB fan with its beautiful effects. The price of 180 euros can certainly be described as appropriate for all this. Away from the design, but you get a great power supply with very stable voltages, very high efficiency and otherwise excellent values.

 

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Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1200W Platinum - TT Premium Edition TPI-1200F2FDP
 
Reviewed by : Tom's Hardware Date : 2017/11/19

It'd be nice to see Thermaltake release more high-performance PSUs in the near future. We've mentioned this many times before: it's bad when enthusiasts only have a handful of options at the high-end. More brands vying for the crown leads to stronger competition and better pricing. Thermaltake is a big company with the resources to do things correctly. If its people paid more attention to details, the TPI-1200F2FDP would be much better. For example, the inaccurate power-good signal in this unit is a huge oversight, which TT should fix before the product gets into too many hands. Hopefully, in the next revision of this platform, the problem will be solved. Moreover, Thermaltake should replace the mediocre Chemi-Con KZE cap on its +12V board, which gets quite hot under high loads. That'll notably restrict its already-short lifetime.

If you fancy RGB lighting and want a powerful (yet quiet) power supply, then the TPI-1200F2FDP is a decent choice in this competitive category. Its direct competition (Corsair, EVGA, Seasonic, SilverStone) lacks RGB-endowed options, so Thermaltake is practically playing alone in this efficiency class, at least for now. 

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