Tuesday, March 29th 2022

FSP Announces Bronze ATX Gaming Power Supplies

FSP has released the latest Bronze efficiency PSUs. Four models include 230 V and worldwide input voltage; the wattages consist of 750 W/850 W. FSP bronze power supply provides various options from low wattages like 300 W to high wattages such as 850 W. Regardless of the power requirements of your devices, FSP can meet all your needs.

As the hardware requirements of computer components and gaming specifications are getting higher and higher, CPU and GPU power consumption is increasing recently, and PSUs need to keep up with the times and supply enough power to the system. FSP750/850-50AAC and FSP750/850-51AAC released by FSP is not only meet the regulation of the Intel PSDG ATX 12V V2.52, but its efficiency reaches 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency level. Single unit +12 V can provide a more stable and pure electricity which can support high-end graphic cards such as NVIDIA RTX 3080. The 12-cm sleeve bearing fan can supply more than 88% high cooling efficiency and maintain a low-noise environment. It is a new PSU option with bronze efficiency PSU for entry-level players.
FSP750/850-50AAC and FSP750/850-51AA comply with the latest safety regulation 62368 certification. Multiple circuit protection mechanisms are provided, such as over current protection (OCP), over voltage protection (OVP), short circuit protection (SCP), over power protection (OPP), and over temperature protection (OTP). It allows gamers to enjoy their entertainment without worrying about abnormal conditions of equipment due to insufficient power.

FSP750/850-50AAC
  • 80 PLUS Bronze Efficiency
  • Supports worldwide input voltages 100 Vac - 240 Vac
  • Active PFC provides up to 0.99 power factor correction
  • Forward & D2D To Offer High Performance and Efficiency.
  • National Safety Regulations Certification: CB 62368, CB 60950, CE, TUV, CUL, FCC
FSP750/850-51AAC
  • 80 PLUS 230 V EU Bronze Efficiency
  • 180 Vac - 264 Vac input voltage
  • Active PFC provides 0.99 power factor correction.
  • Forward & D2D To Offer High Performance and Efficiency.
  • National Safety Regulation Certifications: CB 62368, CB 60950, CE, TUV, UKCA
Source: FSP
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5 Comments on FSP Announces Bronze ATX Gaming Power Supplies

#1
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Why does the word Gaming have to be attached to just about everything?

What's next, gaming sandwich plate, gaming thermos, gaming asswipe, gaming hemorrhoid cream?

Fucking ridiculous.

OPP sounds a little redundant with OCP and OVP since Power= Intensity*Electromotive Force
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#2
Nuckles56
The 12-cm sleeve bearing fan can supply more than 88% high cooling efficiency and maintain a low-noise environment.
I guess they translated this really badly...
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#3
ExcuseMeWtf
eidairaman1OPP sounds a little redundant with OCP and OVP since Power= Intensity*Electromotive Force
It isn't since OPP is implemented usually on primary side while OCP and OVP are on secondary side, so former takes somewhat higher power into account due to efficiency differences between those stages of conversion.
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#4
Valantar
FSP has such a fascinating product portfolio. I get that they're mainly an OEM for other companies, but they keep making these nominally "for retail" products that seem completley zero-effort things, not even trying to compete on any sensible level. Still, their unpainted steel chassis PSUs make me a tad nostalgic for the 2000s and before, so that's something I guess!
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#5
kiriakost
TPU it might snatch the announcement, and made a post for it.
But FSP in the last two years, it has take down the EU subsidiary in Germany, yes the Fotron one, which appears as mini super market website, selling UPS and other things.
Lost all it sales partners in Greece.
A minimum activity there is only at their Facebook page.
China alone has two billion of souls, FSP it might be happy serving only this market.
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