The software “DPS G App” of the Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB Plus 1250w is the most highlighting feature of the PSU. DPS G application is very detailed, customizable and handy. It might look like a little complex at first but when you’ll get the hang of it, things will be easier for you then.
The main tab of the software contains all sorts of information regarding the PSU, Thermaltake didn’t skip any of their hardware. They’ve installed sensor literally for everything from the Fan speed, PSU Efficiency to all 12V, 5V and 3.3 rails.
The most amazing feature of the software is the Output wattage monitor. Gone are the days in which you had to install a custom output wattage meter in order to read the calculations of the PSU. In the Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB Plus 1250w, Thermaltake has integrated a built-in output wattage meter ran and controlled by the DPS G App. You’ll have full real-time monitoring of how much juice your PSU is outputting currently which is really impressive.
Total Electric Bill cost, Average efficiency, Total KWH, and a graph of the PSU consumption are also present in the software. All of these features can come in handy for a lot of tech-enthusiasts who love to test the power consumptions of different components of their PC.
The second tab on the DPS G application lets us control RGB fan lighting mode. We have the different range of options i.e. Flow, RGB Spectrum, Ripple, Blink, Pulse, Wave, Full Lighted & Thermal Mode. The most amazing part of this software is that it lets the user control all the individually addressable RGB LEDs in that fan. Which is pretty amazing.
The software also shows some of the info of other PC components as well. CPU temp, CPU power consumption and ram usage along with storage information as well.
Overall the software is a full-package contained with all sorts of digital monitoring values which is really impressive and unique at the same time. We are more than satisfied with the software of the Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB Plus 1250w.
I have tried to get Thermaltake DPS mobile application working but it was not recording data from power supply due to some reason. I could, however, test RGB & Remote features. I think probably the mobile app is outdated so I would love to hear from Thermaltake on this.