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Thermaltake PurePower 460W Blue Light

Michael Larabel

Published on 12 June 2005
Written by Michael Larabel
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At this year’s Computex Taipei event, Thermaltake had a nice assortment of products on display. They had released everything from the Tai-Chi, a pre-installed water cooling ATX chassis, to even a water cooling radiator that is conspicuously concealed inside of a speaker. Thermaltake and Thermalrock, a division of Thermaltake, both had done a very good job this year at Computex 2005. One of the newer Thermaltake products to be released has been the PurePower line of power supply units. Currently comprising the list of PurePower PSUs include the 680W ATX 12V 2.0 Plus EPS, TWV500W, 460W Blue Light, 460W, Silent PurePower 430W dual +12V rails, and the Silent PurePower 430W Plus TWV. Of all these power supplies, the one we have our eyes on today is the Thermaltake PurePower 460W Blue Light.

Features:

· Compliant with ATX 12V 2.0 version
· Support 6-pin PCI-Express connector for high-end VGA card
· Active PFC, improved energy efficiency and reduced current load on AC delivery systems
· 12cm Blue LED fan providing better air-flow, lower noise and illuminate for your PC system
· Intelligent Black Cable Sleeving, provide optimum air flow inside the case
· Protections against Over Power, Short-Circuit, Over-current, Overload, and Over-temperature
· Safety / EMI Approvals: CE, CB, TUV, FCC, UL, CSA, and CUL certification

Contents:

Inside of the well-built cardboard container, complete with carrying handle, we found the actual 460W Blue Light PSU, mounting screws, power cord, and user’s manual. The power cord and screws were contained inside of a much smaller cardboard package. The power supply unit itself was wrapped in bubble wrap to assure no damage during shipment.

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