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Default Silverstone launches the FX350-G FlexATX Power SUpply

https://www.techpowerup.com/243316/s...x-power-supply

Actual sleeved cables, a PCIe connector (along with adequate other connectors for a unit of this capacity), 80+ Gold efficiency, and a black casing.

Might just be the first decent FlexATX unit to hit the consumer market.
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Is there really a need for such PSU for consumers? Haven't seen any popular case after EVGA Hadron.
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Is there really a need for such PSU for consumers? Haven't seen any popular case after EVGA Hadron.
It's definitely niche. Though there have been a few cases going for smallest form factor possible that have used FlexATX it's definitely niche. The only modern case I have seen was on IndieGoGo (IIRC) but this will definitely open up the gateway for those machines.

Many people said the same thing about SFX when the first Silverstone units dropped as well.
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Is there really a need for such PSU for consumers? Haven't seen any popular case after EVGA Hadron.
As a spare part, absolutely.

Most Smaller NAS systems use this kind of PSU like HP Microserver and things like that.

And there are other systems as well.
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