Tuesday, May 8th 2012

FSP Launches Aurum PRO Series PSUs

FSP, a worldwide leader in power supply products, today announced the launch of AURUM PRO power supply unit (PSU), the latest award-winning high-quality, high wattage PSUs. AURUM PRO series has been designed to meet the demanding requirements of PC enthusiasts such as overclockers and multi-GPU gamers.

The AURUM PRO is built by using industrial-grade components and main Japanese capacitors to provide the pure, clean, stable output. With qualified 80PLUS Gold certification, the AURUM PRO comes with dual transformers matrix design to provide up to 90% efficiency and +12V single rail capable of delivering 100A (1200W). This makes it ideal for any kind of CPU/GPU combination like SLI/Crossfire with Intel Core i7-series processors which require high amounts of stable power at 12V.
Quite and durable cooling – 135mm HDB Fan
In addition, the AURUM PRO Series has the advanced 135mm HDB (Hydro-Dynamic Bearing) fan for thermal solution, it remains only 20dB in typical loading (1200W) output with OTP, OCP, OVP, SCP, OPP, UVP protection. The "Best Cooling Design" unique airflow technology also brings the best aero dynamics and physical properties of hot air to speed up extraction.

The AURUM PRO series comes with 850W, 1000W, 1200W and meets ATX 12V of 2.3 & EPS 12V of 2.92 standard. For more information, please visit our website www.fsp-europe.com.
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7 Comments on FSP Launches Aurum PRO Series PSUs

~Technological Technocrat~
Looks similar to a certain Enermax unit...
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Ain't it funny how everyone and his mom is "a worldwide leader"?
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Nick [D]vB
They were, Fortron's OEM supplies were some of the best built units you could get.

Shame they feel the need to waste money pimping them up for the retail market...
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Fishfaced Nincompoop
Edgarstrong said:
Ain't it funny how everyone and his mom is "a worldwide leader"?
Wikipedia says FSP is the fifth largest in the world. So I'd say it's a valid claim. :)
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FreedomEclipse said:
Looks similar to a certain Enermax unit...
Except the FSP Aurum series is slightly older than the Enermax REVOLUTION85+ (red)/Platimax(silver) series...
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my old everest 700watt still working after 6 years and work 24 hours per day 360 days per year
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