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    Default FSP pulls the trigger on the First 12VO PSU

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    Now they just need a customer that can use it!
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    I'm very happy with my old HP Compaq 8000 that uses a 12V only power supply.

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    i cant imagine a market for it though except for pre built systems like what Ashiekh owns. maybe FSP is targeting those manufacturers and not custom built pc market

    I can only imagine cable management would be a disaster if a user need sata power for 2.5 or 3.5 hdd drives
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mezoxin View Post
    I can only imagine cable management would be a disaster if a user need sata power for 2.5 or 3.5 hdd drives

    For me the SATA power cable runs tidily from the motherboard to the drive.

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    but in custom built pc's it would be quite difficult for both the user and motherboard manufacturers , from the motherboard side its currently very crowded with no space left at all around the edges to accomodate for additional power connectors so they can be routed nicely behind the tray , and the end users are all going toward rgb and tg panels which means any additional cables showing are not that welcomed ( unless the make them RGB power cables )
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    The 24 pin connector alone leaves a lot of space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mezoxin View Post
    i cant imagine a market for it though except for pre built systems like what Ashiekh owns.
    I haven't seen specific PSUs for the new Intel Ghost Canyon NUC but that's possibly a market for a unit like this as you're powering a single board computer, a GPU, and maybe an optional M.2 PCIe SSD.

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    I see it has the traditional 80mm fan in the side (as opposed to the top); how common is that these days?

    I believe the old HP Compaq 8000 12V supply goes one step further with the power supply fan being controlled by the mother board.


    JOKE TIME: I bet it is group regulated.
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    Would be better if the new ATX spec would have increased the 12V rail to 20 or 24V, so the PSU of the computer can provide host controllers for USB Power Delivery at maximum power. Now mainboards would need buck-boost switchers to accomplish 100W USB PD outputs which will be a lot too expensive to implement.

    So this might only end up as usefull solution for the low end PSUs, because there is no more a need for the Stand By converter circuitry. And ErP power requirements will easily be met.

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