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    Default Computex 2017

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    Default FSP unveils new Industrial and Gaming power solutions at COMPUTEX 2017

    FSP unveils new Industrial and Gaming power solutions at COMPUTEX 2017 Providing reliable power for gamers, IoT solutions and Data centers

    [Taipei, Taiwan - May 23nd, 2017] FSP, one of the leading manufacturers of power supplies in the world is pleased to unveil its focus on delivering continued performance at Computex 2017. FSP’s new power and gaming solutions were developed in cooperation with industry partners, and in the IoT world, the keywords Smart and Inter-operability are reflected in the IoT products on display allow customers to take control from anywhere in the world. Also, Computex gives a look at how FSP’s unique redundancy solutions can create products that can span various segments with customer focus in mind.


    Please join us at our booth L0509a on the 4th floor of the Nangang exhibition center.


    FSP introduces the new Hydro PTM+ liquid cooled PSU
    The Hydro PTM+ is a unique, and patented liquid cooled PSU created in cooperation with Bitspower, a renowned creator of liquid cooling solutions for PCs, to meet the highest security and safety standards. The Hydro PTM+ is the world's first mass produced liquid cooled PSU with 80 Plus Platinum certificated, with gorgeous LED lighting it combines great looks with amazing performance. The unique liquid cooling system, once enabled, increases the power rating from 1200W to 1400W. But, with an array of integrated sensors, the Hydro PTM+ also excels at efficiency, when running in silent mode (below 50% load) it still delivers 600W without the use of a fan for cooling, and thus it remains in complete silence.


    FSP industrial solutions, powering the smart world
    With the industry focus rapidly shifting to IoT, FSP is on the forefront of working with advanced industry partners to provide power products that integrate easily into a wide range of smart IoT solutions. With Big Data a key for IoT energy management, FSP is ahead of the curve by providing power supplies with PoE, PMBus, and USB communication interfaces that help collect vital data such as fan speeds, wattage, voltage, current, alert and load status. This data helps manage and size solutions and increase up-time and productivity, especially in iFactory, smart manufacturing solutions, intelligent logistics, and smart transportation.


    World Smallest 80 Plus Platinum 850W FLEX PSU
    Another great innovation by FSP is the world smallest 80 Plus Platinum certified 850W FLEX PSU. Also in the IoT solution area, you can find the 1600W 80 Plus Platinum certified Intel CRPS PSU, with Current Sharing and Cold Redundancy for amazing efficiency in the data center. Next to that, are the modular, but full voltage input DIN rail PSUs that can perfectly support a wide variety of IoT devices electrical demands.



    Easy redundant kit, a unique approach to redundancy
    The ERK, Easy Redundant Kit, is a versatile backup solution for entry-level systems that require 24/7 up-time from their power solution. Differing from traditional and expensive redundancy options, the ERK is a unique external DC-DC module which allows operators to create redundancy by combining two traditional non-redundant PSUs with the ERK. This brilliant product offers the best flexibility when choosing power design solutions.



    Computex Booth
    May 30th - June 3rd
    Booth L0509a (4th floor)
    Meeting room 505 (5th floor)
    Nangang Exhibition Hall

    Source: http://www.fsp-group.com.tw/en/News-38.html

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    Default Aerocool Project 7 PSU Family Coming To Computex

    Aerocool’s Project 7 PSU project has three members with capacities ranging from 650W to 850W. The ACP-650P7, however looks to be special, because it was designed in collaboration with TechPowerUp! in order to offer high performance, silent operation, and increased reliability.

    All Project 7 units are based on a high-end Andyson platform, the same used in the Titanium Andyson N700 model, but with a number of modifications that includes Over Temperature Protection (OTP), a higher quality fan and an optimal fan profile, different APFC caps, "power ok," and so on.

    Aerocool is among the first brands to certify an entire line using Cybenetics’ standards, which are much tougher compared to 80 PLUS levels. The ACP-650P7 has a LAMBDA-A++ noise rating, which is the best in the Cybenetics’ program, and an efficiency rating of ETA-B. It also carries an 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency certification. Moreover, it uses an RGB fan that can be controlled through compatible mainboards or the optional P7-Hub (P7-H1). (It seems the PSU market has been unable to escape the RGB lighting wave.)

    The price is quite stiff, but this is a high-end PSU equipped with quality Japanese caps and a LED fan. At seven years, the warranty is rather long as well, although in this category we’re now seeing warranty periods of up to ten years.



    Despite its midrange capacity, the ACP-650P7 is equipped with a couple of EPS connectors and four PCIe. You can find all of its specs along with its detailed performance report in the corresponding Cybenetics evaluation sheet.

    Source: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/aer...ily,34516.html

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    That fan grille...

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    P7 looks promising, both AC and DC connector with cutter free design, it's very normal for DC output but it's the first time to see AC like this, I still prefer traditional wire connecting AC inlet since only 2 wires and stress free will be more important than cutter free

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    This platform from Andyson is quite good, only some small problems that should be easily fixable to make it really good. It's only a bit disappointing that Aerocool started with a 650W power supply with four PEG connectors in a time that SLI and CrossFire is dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    This platform from Andyson is quite good, only some small problems that should be easily fixable to make it really good. It's only a bit disappointing that Aerocool started with a 650W power supply with four PEG connectors in a time that SLI and CrossFire is dead.
    Wouldn't you be criticizing it if it had only 2 PCIe plugs?
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    I doubt they'll be "cheap" by any standards, even giving how inexpensive the Andyson platform can be, but damn do those seem like some very attractive offers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehume View Post
    Wouldn't you be criticizing it if it had only 2 PCIe plugs?
    Yes I'm not saying that they should give it only two, but they explicit choose four PEG connectors for the lowest wattages in a time that SLI and CrossFire is quite dead and DX12 multi GPU is far from standard.

    Last time we saw the series, there was a 550W version, but now they choose not to make the most interesting one.

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    I don't understand why one would make a 650W version in the first place...

    In these Days most modern rigs are at under 300W while loaded, in worst cases (like me with a 6core Intel Sandy), you may get in the range of 350W while gaming with a modern graphics card like an RX480...

    So why would I want a 650W unit when my rig only gets to ~300W??

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