Thursday, July 25th 2019

FSP Announces the Hydro G Pro Series Power Supplies

FSP, one of the world's leading power supply manufacturers, today announces the new Hydro G Pro Series Power Supplies. These power supplies are fully modular with ribbon cables for easy installation and a neat build. The Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) fan and Japanese E-capacitors together ensure high reliability and low noise.

Building on the success of the previous generations of this series, the new Hydro G Pro PSUs now provide a greatly improved safety design with IEC62368 certification in a more compact size, plus a switchable Eco mode for minimized noise. The Hydro G Pro Series is currently available in 850 W, and 1000 W versions.
Easy installation with modular ribbon cables
The modular design with slim ribbon cables makes the PSU much easier to set up, reduces cable clutter and improves airflow, users have the option to use only the cables they need. Modular connectors provide high flexibility which allows users to quickly move cables around.

Reliable power
The 100% Japan-made electrolytic capacitors ensure reliable power and long-life span, as does the conformal coating which protects the power supply and its internal components from dust, humidity, stains and harsh environments, the Hydro G Pro series are tested to work perfectly even in 95% relative humidity. An innovative heat dissipation design conducts heat through a thermal pad on the bottom of the power supply, transforming the whole PSU chassis into a heatsink to keep the unit cool. The 80 Plus Gold mark provides further assurance that the PSU produces less heat and experiences less energy loss. In addition, the 5 V standby circuit provides a stable 2.5A output to enable high conversion efficiency.

Intelligent fan speed circuit control provides a quiet work environment at 0 dBA operation, the Eco switch allows user to turn on the semi-fanless capability - keeping the reliable, low-noise FDB fan off until PSU loading reaches 30 percent.

Product Highlights of the HYDRO G Pro series:
  • Compliance with the latest ATX12V V2.52 specification
  • Efficiency ≧ 90% at typical load
  • Intelligent fan speed control
  • Quiet and long-lasting 120 mm FDB fan
  • Ribbon cable design for enthusiasts
  • Powerful +12V single rail design
  • 100% Japanese electrolytic capacitors
  • Ready for the latest Intel CPUs
  • Conformant coatings for harsh environments
  • Full protections: OCP, OVP, SCP, OPP, OTP
For more information, visit the product pages of the 1000 W and 850 W models.
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11 Comments on FSP Announces the Hydro G Pro Series Power Supplies

#1
jmcslob
I really like ribbon cables.
So much easier to do cable management with especially in the right side of the case.
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bonehead123
oh my, I saw "Hydro" in the title and said to myself, here we go, with liquid-cooled PSU's.......thankfully that's not the case :D

But yea, modular and a 10 yr warranty, what's not to like ? Hopefully the price is reasonable, but of course there is no mention of that here, as usual......
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#4
dirtyferret
Aris has a review of the 850w unit up on Toms. He gave it a "so-so" score.
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#5
jmcslob
bonehead123, post: 4086812, member: 139670"
oh my, I saw "Hydro" in the title and said to myself, here we go, with liquid-cooled PSU's.......thankfully that's not the case :D
Lol..same here.
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
bonehead123, post: 4086812, member: 139670"
oh my, I saw "Hydro" in the title and said to myself, here we go, with liquid-cooled PSU's.......thankfully that's not the case :D

But yea, modular and a 10 yr warranty, what's not to like ? Hopefully the price is reasonable, but of course there is no mention of that here, as usual......
jmcslob, post: 4086841, member: 67555"
Lol..same here.
Already done
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#7
64K
FreedomEclipse, post: 4086851, member: 38411"
Already done
I don't see the point in that. If you are running a rig that needs a 1,200 watt PSU and you think the PSU might run too hot then why not just buy a larger capacity PSU for a lot less than $700?
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#8
jmcslob
64K, post: 4086855, member: 148270"
I don't see the point in that. If you are running a rig that needs a 1,200 watt PSU and you think the PSU might run too hot then why not just buy a larger capacity PSU for a lot less than $700?
Shhhhh
Water cooled RGB flashing PSU's shouldn't be looked at with logic.
You'll make your brain tingle.
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#10
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
dirtyferret, post: 4086834, member: 95839"
Aris has a review of the 850w unit up on Toms. He gave it a "so-so" score.
If it's like any other FSP the so-so is based on voltage regulation, which some people call "bad" but really isn't.
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