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    Default FSP 350W HNN internals

    Since it was so easy to open, couldnt resist taking some pictures:

    http://imgur.com/a/nKLnx

    Doesnt look bad for a 30€ unit
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    Dude make those images smaller in MS Paint or something!

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    What do you use for the backdrop?

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    Awww attach them please! I've never seen a fan that closer!! It's covering all my screen!
    http://prntscr.com/f30gic

    (btw, thanks for the photos of course)

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    What do you use for the backdrop?
    Also very interested in this regard.

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    Post corrected.

    The VB used must be wrongly configurated, it isnt supposed to assume such an high res.

    Anyway, doesnt look bad for a 30€ unit.

    All the caps are Teapos, protections seem to be in place and the soldering is very acceptable considering the price range.

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    FSP build quality is rarely in question. They have a good factory.

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    It seems a very good PSU with Active PFC circuit and etc. I recommend you put a sink on the bridge rectifier because this component becomes very hot.

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    Looks like the old Epsilon Plattform done right and cheap...
    No 8mm Caps for Filtering used(??), no 8pin Supervisior without OCP used.

    Looks fairly decent.
    If only they used this plattform in the beginning instead of the 'Epsilon' one...

    And the isolation slots between primary and secondary side :O
    As well as the drilled holes for the transformer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VitorOpressor View Post
    It seems a very good PSU with Active PFC circuit and etc. I recommend you put a sink on the bridge rectifier because this component becomes very hot.
    At maximum 350 watts, with 230v AC input the bridge rectifier's going to do what, maximum 2A of current, or something like 3-4 watts of heat?

    The GBU406 is rated for 4A continuously at 100c and it's rated for maximum 150c , with 20c/w junction ambient thermal resistance the rectifier's probably going to go around 40-60c above ambient without any help, but the fan above it will help cool it down further.

    So really there should be no need to add heatsink to the rectifier (of course it wouldn't hurt but there's no need)

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    Probably the best option there is before going "junk" to build low budget systems.

    But it doesnt come painted, it doesnt have the "Gaming" name on it and its only 350W...

    Its sad that there are even decent options at this crazy price point but no one looks at them.

    I may be speculating, but FSP Hexa+ 400 should use the same platform?

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