Denny

Toughpower DPS G RGB Owner Club

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Toughpower DPS G RGB Series is the world's first power supply pre-installed with the 256 color RGB Riing Fan. The DPS G PC App allows users to change the fan color with three different modes - LED Off, Single Color, and 256 Color Rotation. The power supply is also built with quality components to maximize the power efficiency. Moreover, Toughpower DPS G RGB Series power supply also supports the Smart Power Management platform, which will allow users to monitor and track power consumption through the DPS G PC app, DPS G Cloud Management, and DPS G Mobile app.

 

Toughpower DPS G RGB line consists of three 80 PLUS GOLD certified PSUs with capacities ranging from 650W to 850W and five 80 PLUS Titanium certified PSUs with capacities ranging from 850W to 1500W

 

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Download the Toughpower DPS G RGB collection guide to learn more

 

Welcome to share the photos of your RGB power supply with us

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Hi

I've just ordered the 850W version of this, and was wondering if there is any way of connecting the RGB Riing fans (old version, with 3 button controller as opposed to the new Digital ones)?

Alex

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Hi

I've just ordered the 850W version of this, and was wondering if there is any way of connecting the RGB Riing fans (old version, with 3 button controller as opposed to the new Digital ones)?

Alex

Hi Alex,

The old version of RGB Riing fans are not compatible with software control due to the different hardware design.

you are very welcome to share the photo of your build with us  :)

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Hi,

The main differences between these two power supply are the digital feature and monitoring tools. For example, Toughpower DPS G RGB PSU support the DPS G PC App that can control the RGB lighting digitally and monitor the PSU's status. In the other hand, Smart Pro RGB only support the switch button on the back to control 6 different RGB lighting.

you can learn more on the product page here

https://goo.gl/MivIsJ

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1 hour ago, Denny said:

Hi,

The main differences between these two power supply are the digital feature and monitoring tools. For example, Toughpower DPS G RGB PSU support the DPS G PC App that can control the RGB lighting digitally and monitor the PSU's status. In the other hand, Smart Pro RGB only support the switch button on the back to control 6 different RGB lighting.

you can learn more on the product page here

https://goo.gl/MivIsJ

so the smart Pro series and thoughpower Grand are alike which are supported by a switch in the back to control RGB lighting.

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1 minute ago, neoreal said:

so the smart Pro series and thoughpower Grand are alike which are supported by a switch in the back to control RGB lighting.

Hi,

that's right.

the only difference between these two model is the 80 plus rating.

Toughpower Grand RGB is gold rating and Smart Pro RGB is bronze rating

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