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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-24-2013, 07:44 AM - Thread Starter
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:oAlright next up is FSP

Some of you may have heard of FSP before or you may not have heard of them

FSP is one of the few OEM´s that both do work for other brands and sell their own units under their own name
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FSP Group was established in 1993 and nowadays stands as the 5th largest power supply vendor in the world.

FSP / Fortron cooperates as OEM with many companies (Thermaltake, Antec, BeQuiet!, Amacrox, etc) to provide quality products.

FSP is headquartered in Taiwan and has offices in Germany, U.K., USA, France, Russia, Japan, India, Korea and China.

So lets begin with the plain Aurum which is a non modular 80 plus gold rated series
Wattage is 400 / 500 /600 and 700 watts

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Next is the FSP Aurum S which is a non modular 80 plus gold rated series
Wattage is 400/450/500/550/600/650 and 700 watts


Sadly there are no reviews yet so cant really say anything about this series
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Next is the FSP Aurum CM series these are again semi modular 80 plus gold rated units
Wattage is 550 / 650 and 750 watts

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Next is FSP Aurum Pro series which is a semi modular 80 plus gold rated series
Wattage is 850 / 1000 and 1200 watts

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Next is the FSP Aurum Xilenser which is a fanless semi modular 80 plus gold rated series
Wattage is 400 and 500 watts

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Next one is the FSP Aurum 92+ which is a semi modular 80 plus platinum rated series
Wattage is 450/550 and 650 watts

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Next is the FSP Aurum PT series which is the first ever fully modular series FSP has made and sells under their own name, its 80 plus platinum rated series.
Wattage is 850 / 1000 and 1200 watts
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Next is the FSP Hydro G which is a fully modular 80 plus gold rated series
Wattage is 650 / 750 and 850 watts
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Next is the FSP Hydro X which is a non modular 80 plus gold reated series
Wattage is 450 / 550 and 650 watts
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They also have a free app! You can even play some "games" on it. It has some good info about the (mostly) European power line up. And they have the power requirement calculator. Now, I want @Phaedrus2129 to check it out, but its free so take a look:

http://www.fsp-europe.com/powerapp/

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TechPowerUp review of FSP Aurum PT Series 1200W unit.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/FSP/PT-1200FM/


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TechPowerUp review of FSP Aurum PT Series 1200W unit.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/FSP/PT-1200FM/


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Thanks for posting that, i will be adding that to the 1200-1350 watts comparison thread when i have time.

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Don't know if there is new info here, but this is well written:
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Product Highlights:
80 Plus® Platinum Certification
Designed for gamers and overclockers
Modular design
Japanese capacitors
Arrow shaped ventilation for superior cooling
Quiet and long lasting 135mm fluid dynamic bearing (FDB) fan
7 year global warranty
MSRP:
850W - US$219.99
1000W - US$239.99
1200W - US$279.99
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FSP Announces 80 Plus Platinum AURUM PT Power Supply Series
High Performance PSU Designed for Gaming Enthusiasts and Demanding Overclockers
October 16, 2014, Taipei, Taiwan – FSP, an experienced power supply manufacturer, today announces the new AURUM PT Series of PC Power Supplies. This high end modular PSU is designed specifically for gaming enthusiasts and demanding overclockers. At 80 Plus® Platinum certification, AURUM PT Series delivers a premium product and is the ideal choice for those seeking high-performance, reliability and quality.

High Performance and Reliability
The AURUM PT Series delivers high-performance at a great cost to power ratio. To do this safely, the AURUM PT features full industrial-grade Japanese capacitors and solid capacitors on the secondary side. This ensures the +12V Single-Rail Design delivers consistent ripple free power. In addition, E-Sync Remote-Sensing provides Synchronized 3.3V/5V/12V with a superbly stable signal. E-Sync Remote-Sensing is an FSP exclusive technology that provides superior noise and ripple suppression.

Quiet Efficient Cooling
The AURUM PT series is equipped with arrow-shaped ventilation to provide remarkable air flow and superior cooling performance. These shaped holes provide aerodynamics that improves air extraction. Matched with a quiet and long lasting 135mm fluid dynamic bearing (FDB) fan, the AURUM PT easily stays cool and silent even under gaming conditions.

Simple Modular Design
AURUM PT’s sleek design and rugged Granite-Touch finish makes it not only a power supply you can count on, but an attractive product in its case. The modular cable design simplifies installation and allows flexibility and simplicity in choosing only those cables needed while providing multiple 6+2 pin PCI – Express connectors. AURUM PT comes with 8 PCI-E 6+2PIN connectors to support up to 4 VGA cards. In addition, it supports 13 SATA devices for storage server or high-tower cases.

7 Year Global Warranty
FSP has put the only 7 year global warranty on the AURUM PT Series.

AURUM PT Series is available in 3 wattages, 850W, 1000W and 1200W. MSRP is US$219.99, US$239.99, and US$279.99, respectively.

For more product information:
FSP Corporate Website: www.fsp-group.com
FSP Retail Product Website: www.FSPLifestyle.com

About FSP
Founded in 1993 and being the top 6 supplier of power supply products, the FSP Group (3015) meets varied user demands in power supplies with its 400-persons strong R&D team, robust production capacities and comprehensive production lines. With more than 386 models certified by 80 PLUS standards, the world number one in 80 PLUS certification, enables users to enjoy earth-friendly technologies by providing the best environment protection and quality power supply products.
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FSP Aurum PT series info photos and reviews has been added.

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Kitguru reviews the 1000 watts FSP Aurum PT
http://www.kitguru.net/components/power-supplies/zardon/fsp-aurum-pt-1000w-psu-review/

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Thought i'd bump this thread, as I'm looking for info on those Aurum S non-modular units. The 550W version appears to be well priced atm (cheaper than the CM VS550), whilst also being 140mm in length.....


Could Enhance be the OEM by chance?

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Thought i'd bump this thread, as I'm looking for info on those Aurum S non-modular units. The 550W version appears to be well priced atm (cheaper than the CM VS550), whilst also being 140mm in length.....


Could Enhance be the OEM by chance?
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/FSP.htm

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Yes, FSP does their own manufacturing, even some of their own RnD.

They even have a new battery to compete or get into the same market as the Tesla home wall battery.

http://www.fsp-group.com.tw/index.php?do=proinfo&id=1865

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