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Default FSP Hydro PTM 650W review @ TomsHardware

According to FSP, the three-member Hydro PTM family is designed for gaming enthusiasts and overclockers with mid-range PCs. In our experience, the 650W model would complement a Core i7/Ryzen 7 CPU and one high-end graphics card from AMD or Nvidia. These days, dual-GPU configurations are increasingly rare. But if you have the need for two cards in CrossFire or SLI, consider a PSU with more capacity.,5904.html
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