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    Default Thermaltake Releases World's First AI Voice Controlled Digital Power Supply

    https://www.techpowerup.com/241290/t...l-power-supply

    Thermaltake has infused Artificial Intelligence (AI) into its Smart Power Management (SPM) system and unveiled the new 'AI Voice Control' feature to enhance the DPS G Mobile APP, making it easier for mining and PC gaming enthusiasts to control and custom design their ultimate powerful PC system. The 'AI Voice Control' function is currently only featured in the Toughpower iRGB PLUS Titanium/Platinum digital power supply lineups for iOS, and the Android version will be coming soon.

    Via mobile phone, users can access 'Voice Control' to easily turn the power supply on/off; change light mode, color, brightness; and control the speed. In addition, the DPS G Mobile APP provides access to the PSU's key parameters: including the historical efficiency, fan speed, wattage, voltage, temperature, total usage time/kWh/electricity cost, and the CPU/VGA's historical temperature. It also gives users control over the RGB fan lighting mode, PC off remote control, and real-time alerts covering major PSU abnormalities such as fan malfunction; like overheating (above 140℉/60℃) or abnormal voltage level (over/under 5% of normal level) conditions. Best yet, it is fully TT RGB Plus Sync compatible, meaning users will be able to sync all RGB colors seamlessly to all Thermaltake TT RGB Plus-compatible product lines for even greater color coordination.
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    Thermaltakes tries everything nowadays in their PSU's, extremely long warranties for low-end stuff, RGB fans, strange looks, very long names and now voice control. But making a good PSU for a good price is something they forgot to try.

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    Rofl@voice control; controlling&monitoring via app can be useful, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neatfeatguy, TPU comments
    Me: Give me a minute, I need to set up some things.
    Teammate on TS: Whatever, let me know when you're ready so we can start the match.
    Me: Yeah, yeah. I just need to plug in my new mouse pad.
    Teammate: Da fuq you mean "plug in your new mouse pad?"
    Me: RGB, I need to to match my keyboard and PC RGB.
    Me: On
    Teammate: What? On what? You're ready?
    Me: Blue. Pulse. Faster.
    Teammate: If I hear some vibrating sound coming from your mic, I'm outta here
    Me: Ripple. Slower.
    Teammate: That's it. I'm done.
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    I don't believe this sells a lot, what I think that sells is what they did with the crappy Smart RGB series: cheap group regulated shit with ChengX caps but RGB!!! at a low price"!!!!!!111

    Thermaltake tries to make a difference, and as Mask says, manufacturing a great product at a great price is not an option (well, it wouldn't sell a lot anyway)

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    Just a App built-in. ?

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    leave it alone, leave it stable, don't talk to a PSU

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