Wednesday, March 16th 2016

FSP Announces the Hydro Series 80 Plus Bronze Power Supplies

FSP, the performance power specialist, is pleased to announce a new line of gaming power supplies: the Hydro Series. With a wealth of experience in manufacturing high-efficiency power supplies, the Hydro series reflects FSP's high standards in reliability and performance at affordable prices. Perfect for power-hungry GPUs, the single +12V rail provides stability and ease of use. Get the maximum potential of your power supply with the ability to deliver clean currents under a heavy load.

The 80Plus Bronze certified Hydro series with 88% peak efficiency are equipped with a 120mm fan. The intelligent fan control adjusts fan speeds for optimal cooling performance. Even under maximum loads this power supply series stays silent. The sleek ribbon cables make it easy for gamers and PC enthusiasts to give their systems a tidy and organized look. The long (450mm) 20+4 pin makes it easy to route all cables through the motherboard tray - minimizing clutter and maximizing airflow.

FSP ensures over 85% efficiency over a wide AC voltage range from 160V to 280V. Even when mains voltage is unstable, you can depend on consistent power from 80 PLUS Bronze Certified FSP Hydro.

Features
  • 230V 80PLUS Bronze certification with 88% peak efficiency
  • Powerful single +12V rail design
  • Advanced air-flow design for silent operation under maximum loads
  • Complies with newest ATX12V & EPS12V standards
  • Wide input AC range from 160V to 280V
  • Flat ribbon cable design
  • SLI and Crossfire ready
  • Full protections: corrections for over voltage, current, power, under voltage, and short circuit protection
  • Backed by a 5-year warranty
Availability
The 80Plus Bronze certified FSP Hydro series is now available in 500W/600W/700W versions at a MSRP of $59.99/$69.99/79.99 USD, respectively.
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3 Comments on FSP Announces the Hydro Series 80 Plus Bronze Power Supplies

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
Umm interesting, reversed fan
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#2
ensabrenoir
....when i saw the word hydro i mistakenly thought that they done went too far.....:laugh:
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#3
vega22
hydro power supply???

haven't we seen those before?

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