Thursday, May 21st 2015

FSP Launches Hydro G Series 80 Plus Gold Power Supplies

FSP, an experienced power supply manufacturer, today announces the Hydro G 80 Plus Gold Power Supply that has been redesigned to maximize cooling efficiency with features such as a smart fan, internal component arrangement for increased airflow, enhanced heat dissipation and efficient energy conversion. This FSP power supply also features changeable logos that allow DIY enthusiasts to match the logo with the rest of the hardware.

The smart 135mm FDB (fluid dynamic bearing) fan of the Hydro G PSU automatically starts when over 30% load, and automatically stops when lower than 20% load. This smart design keeps the power supply cool, and your system quiet. The interior of the Hydro G PSU has been completely redesigned to allow for a better flow of air inside the PSU chassis. Additionally, the internal server grade copper pipes connecting the motherboard and daughterboard increase the conversion efficiency and output reliability of this more than 90% efficient power supply, leading to less excess heat.
PSU Chassis is Transformed into Heatsink
With the Hydro G's chassis acting as a heatsink that is then cooled by the system's airflow, this FSP gets rid of excess heat efficiently.

Choose Your Logo
The FSP Hydro G PSU is the first power supply that features changeable logos. DIY Enthusiasts can choose either a blue, red or green logo to complement the rest of the system hardware. Out of the box, the logo is blue. Builders can apply either a red or green sticker over the original blue logo to fit their preferences.

Fully Modular / New Cable Layout
To aid in simple and clean looking installations, the Hydro G PSU is fully modular. The cable plug layout has also been completely redesigned for neater installations. The ribbon cables of the power supply aid in unrestricted air flow throughout the chassis.
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6 Comments on FSP Launches Hydro G Series 80 Plus Gold Power Supplies

#2
Haytch
Wow, do it yourself stickers, ummm, I meant, logo's!
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#3
Chloe Price
Looks like Teapo caps on the secondary, not good.
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#4
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
For a second there i thought they really innovated and somehow made an AIO liquid cooler to cool the PSU.


bit of a silly idea obviously but then i wasnt sure what to expect when i saw the word 'HYDRO' in the title. Now i know that the HYDRO reference in FSPs case relates to something that has absolutely nothing to do with watercooling. Maybe the fan used to build these PSUs features a Hydro-Dynamic 'fluid' bearing????
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Caring1
FreedomEclipse, post: 3285201, member: 38411"
For a second there i thought they really innovated and somehow made an AIO liquid cooler to cool the PSU.


bit of a silly idea obviously but then i wasnt sure what to expect when i saw the word 'HYDRO' in the title.
More likely what they were smoking :pimp:
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Haytch
Caring1, post: 3285430, member: 153156"
More likely what they were smoking :pimp:
ROFL
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