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    Default FSP Raider II with DC-DC

    FSP added the Raider II series on their website. This time with DC-DC so this time the voltage regulation should be a lot better.



    The secondary heat sink is probably also gone. It was already small and only used for the 12V, now the casing is used as a heat sink. (at least the 450W and 550W, the 650W and 750W could be a bit different)



    Marketing:

    The RAIDER II series are 80 PLUS Silver certified,and stand for the needs of gamers.Custom DC-DC module offers supreme efficiency and high system compatibility.With all Japan-made e-cap., they’re providing extremely stability and reliability.FSP RAIDER II series, will be your best choice of power supply.
    • Complies with newest ATX12V & EPS12V standards
    • 80PLUS® Silver certified
    • Efficiency ≧ 88%
    • Full Japan-made electrolytic capacitors
    • Powerful single +12V rail design
    • Ribbon cables for the need of enthusiasts and gamers
    • 120mm quite fan
    • Active PFC, power factor ≧ 99%
    • Complete protection: OCP, OVP, SCP, OPP, OTP
    • Intel Skylake ready
    • Global safety approved
    Hopefully be quiet! is gonna use this for their Pure Power 10 and hopefully it's gonna launch fast. Because this looks a lot better then their Pure Power 9 based on the first Raider.

    Source:
    Raider II 450W
    Raider II 550W
    Raider II 650W
    Raider II 750W

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    Is it the base platform used for the BQ E10?
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    No Straight Power 10 is a modified Aurum (S)

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    Looks very good.

    But...it seems to be caple of GOLD.

    Why it is "only" Silver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    No Straight Power 10 is a modified Aurum (S)
    Albeit the E10 is rather close to a Raider, I mean, if we look at the PCB layout.

    I wonder if there's really a substantial difference between those Raiders and the Aurums...
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    Could be much better than be quiet! Pure Power 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
    Albeit the E10 is rather close to a Raider, I mean, if we look at the PCB layout.
    That's because Raider is a cost down version van Aurum S.

    FSP Raider:



    Source: http://www.overclockers.ua/power/fsp-ra550-raider/

    Aurum S:



    Source: https://www.chiphell.com/article-8551-4.html

    Straight Power 10 400W:



    Source: https://tweakers.net/productreview/1...r-10-400w.html

    I wonder if there's really a substantial difference between those Raiders and the Aurums...[/QUOTE]

    As you can see Raider and Aurum S are really close. Only Raider has a 80PLUS Bronze or Silver certificate, Aurum is 80PLUS Gold. The original Aurum is nothing more then a down grade from Aurum S.

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    Could be much better than be quiet! Pure Power 9.
    Yes, not that's difficult of course. Of course it also needs to be much better if they want to compete with other manufacturers.

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    I'm glad this is finally updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    No Straight Power 10 is a modified Aurum (S)
    No it's not.

    It's a modified System Power 7 (450W up) take a look at the PCB!

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