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FSP Group Launches the World's First SFX 12VO 750W Power Supply

FSP Group has launched the world's first SFX 12VO power supply, FSP750-27SCB, which allows the PC system to effectively reduce standby power consumption through the CEC Tier 2 efficiency standard released by California's energy code on July 1, 2021. It also meets the next-generation CPU and energy-intensive requirements, making it suitable for small PCs in the market to be equipped with high-end system configurations.

Energy-intensive CPU and GPU configurations require a highly-stability power supply in order to ensure normal system operations and provide players with computing efficiency and good e-sport experiences. Compared to traditional Multi Rail, Single Rail 12VO power supplies that adopt the 12V+12Vsb circuit design, the power conversion efficiency can be effectively enhanced. Output voltage stability can be controlled to reduce energy conversion loss, providing players with a smart risk control experience.

FSP introduces U3 series adapter that's 50% smaller but just as efficient as the previous generation

FSP Group, a leading manufacturer of power supplies, announced the launch of the new FSP U3 series adapter today. The new U3 series adapter is 50% smaller than its predecessors, making the high-performance CoC tier 2, DOE VI and Energy Star certified adapter one of the most efficient, compact and reliable options available.

With the computing performance of computers and electronic devices becoming more and more powerful, the power wattage they require is also increasing. The FSP U3 Series goes against this trend by offering high load capacity and efficiency in a significantly smaller package. To address the ever-growing need for power efficiency in a smaller footprint, FSP Group, has unveiled its smallest-ever power adapter - the FSP U3 Series Ultra-Slim Adapter.

FSP LightUp Giveaway: Win Cool Gaming Hardware and Steam Cards

FSP is giving away some really cool gaming PC hardware and Steam Cards as part of its new FSP LightUp Giveaway, in partnership with Palit, ASRock, and V-Color. Open worldwide, up for grabs are a boatload of prizes for a total of 21 winners. The pool of prizes include a Palit GeForce RTX 3060 Dual graphics card, an ASRock B550 PG Velocita motherboard, a V-Color SCC DDR4-4600 16 GB dual-channel memory kit, two FSP Dagger Pro 850 W power supplies, an FSP CMT212G case, two $50 Steam Cards, three $25 Steam Cards, and ten $10 Steam Cards. To participate, simply drop in your hat in the Gleam-powered Giveaway page. You can increase your chances of winning something by sharing the Giveaway across your social media, or following the various social media accounts of FSP, Palit, ASRock, and V-Color. Entries close on November 5, 2021. All the best!

For more details and to participate, visit the FSP LightUp Giveaway page.

FSP Announces Power Supply Lineup for Blockchain Applications

The World Economic Forum has specified that blockchain is one of the most important technologies second to the Internet. From the development of blockchain 1.0 to 3.0, from bitcoins to various virtual currencies, from public blockchain, consortium blockchain to private blockchain platform development, it is estimated that 10% of global GDP will store transactions through blockchain technology, foreseeing booming industrial application developments in the future. Therefore, all storage devices need a power supply featuring high performance and high stability to maintain the blockchain's uninterrupted power supply for storing transactions.

Through FSP's strong R&D team and years of power supply development experience, the blockchain industry is provided with power supplies featuring high environmental tolerance, a long product life cycle, and various protection circuits. Below are FSP's several high-efficiency power supplies launched targeting blockchain industry applications, which are the best choices for system integrators or DIY players.

FSP Announces Dagger Pro SFX 750W and 850W Power Supplies

FSP, one of the world's leading power supply manufacturers, is pleased to announce two new high-power models: the DAGGER PRO 850 W and DAGGER PRO 750 W. The DAGGER PRO power supplies are fully modular and is SFX 12 V V3.3 standard compliant. The DAGGER PRO can easily be integrated into any ATX or SFX standard chassis thanks to the included chassis adapter.

The DAGGER PRO 750 W/850 W is ideal for ultra-small gaming rigs, creator PCs, and workstations. The new DAGGER PRO enables users to build Mini-ITX and small form factor chassis with the latest high-end PC hardware. It offers full power capabilities available through a single +12V rail design. Both units come with a single cable that splits to provide two 4+4-pin CPU power cables, plus another two cables that splits to provide four 6+2-pin PCI-Express power cables. The DAGGER PRO can be used with the most demanding hardware, including CPUs such as the new Intel K-series and AMD 16-core processors. It's also capable of powering the latest NVIDIA RTX 30XX series GPU's and AMD Radeon 6000 series graphics cards.

FSP Releases Battery Chargers for AGV and AMR

The pandemic has changed people's way of life. Changes in the consumption habits of the general public have led to rapid e-commerce and shipping market growth. Logistic processing efficiency has become one of the key capabilities of competing business owners. In addition, in the era of Industrial 4.0, smart factories extensively adopt machinery to replace manpower, thereby enhancing production efficiency and accuracy. Therefore, demands for unmanned Automatic Guide Vehicle-Unmanned Handling (AGV) and Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) will significantly increase in line with market expectations.

In order to ensure the smooth operation of AGV and AMR, battery and charger stability play an essential role. The FSP has developed a 600 W charger (FSP600-1UAC01) acceptable to a full range of input voltages, with an output voltage of 50.4 V-58.8 V and an output current of 10.0 A. The product has a streamlined appearance and a compact size of only 202*132*69 mm/2.2Kg.

FSP Announces Twins PRO Series PSUs in New Variants

FSP, the world's leading power supply manufacturer, has announced the launch of its new Twins PRO Series power supply. It is available in three different wattages: 500 W, 700 W, and 900 W. The Twins PRO is a redundant power supply mainly designed for the standard ATX or PS2 chassis. The Twins PRO Series does not require a front-end bracket, which makes it an ideal power supply for home cloud server systems or web/mail server systems, and for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Thanks to the over current protection, short circuit protection, over voltage protection, and fan failure protection, the Twins PRO Series PSU maintains stable power at all times. The Twins PRO Series' two modules share the load for optimum efficiency during normal operation. This means users do not need to worry about their servers or PCs unexpectedly powering off. If one module fails, the second functioning module will take the additional load immediately to guarantee system stability.

FSP Announces new Hydro PTM PRO 80 Plus Platinum PSU Series

FSP, a globally leading power supply manufacturer, has announced the FSP Hydro PTM PRO Series. The Hydro PTM PRO Series is available in wattages from 650 W to 1200 W, serving mid-range to enthusiast and workstation PC systems - including the latest NVIDIA RTX 3000 Series graphics cards - allowing them to unleash the full potential of their hardware, while remaining silent in operation.

Building on its industrial experience, the FSP Hyper PTM PRO series is built to last, even in harsh environments, ensuring users have a reliable, long-life operation that continues through many PC upgrades. Outside it features an "Off-Wet" conformal coating, while internally its PCBs use a 3-layer coating. Together they protect it from hazards such as dust, stains, and even relative humidity extremes of up to 95%.

FSP Rolls Out "Ampere Cable," Converts 2x 8-pin 12V to 12-pin Connector

FSP today rolled out the "Ampere Cable," an accessory that converts two 8-pin PCIe inputs from modular PSUs to the 12-pin Molex MicroFit connector standard introduced to the client segment by NVIDIA and its GeForce RTX 3000 "Ampere" Founders Edition graphics cards. The cables are compatible with any modular PSU that has 8-pin 12 V connectors that put out 8-pin PCIe. It should work with all FSP branded modular PSUs, as well as modular PSUs of other brands that use Fortron as their OEM source. FSP is Fortron's DIY channel brand. FSP is setting up web-forms for existing owners of FSP power supplies to claim a free unit.

Update Sep 10th: FSP has informed us that they have decided to not sell this cable

FSP Signs Partnership With New Distributor for Availability Across Russia and Ukraine

FSP, one of the world's leading power supply manufacturers, is pleased to announce a newly signed contract with FPS (FSP Power Solutions Gmbh) to market and distribute a range of FSP products across Russia & Ukraine. FPS will officially become the only business partner across Russia & Ukraine for FSP's products. The new agreement will create a solid foundation in Russia & Ukraine and cover product information, warranty, product enquiries, and contact information of the new partner.

FPS and ELKO Group will establish a strategic partnership for the region and have already successfully launched into key markets with the following: Region New Exclusive PSU for Desktop PC - FSP PNR PRO, Retail PSU for Gamers, and Desktop PC Cases & UPS. FPS recognizes a huge potential in the market and plans to implement an aggressive marketing strategy which allows it to reinforce sales in the region.

FSP Announces the Flex ATX 500 W 80 Plus Platinum NUC Power Supply

As people's taste for life improves, their requirements for hardware equipment is no longer just the aesthetics alone, but also its compactness; in many homes or personal working environments, heavy traditional computers are gradually being replaced by small NUCs (Next Unit of Computing). Intel recently launched a new generation of NUC's in which its hardware equipment such as the processors and graphics cards, etc. were upgraded significantly. However, despite being light and compact overall, there was still a need for high-density power with high wattage to be built in while still being small in size.

In order to meet the restrictions of the usage environment, the system must also have great heat dissipation as well as low noise. Under the brand mission of pursuing top technology to connect with the future product of customers, the R&D team at FSP created the Flex ATX 500 W 80 Plus Platinum power supply for Intel. Not only does it have high wattage and high efficiency, its noise is also less than 40 dB while outputting at full load. Thus, we have successfully developed power specifications exclusively for the needs of partners.

FSP Announces the New T-WINGS 2-in-1 High-end PC Chassis

FSP, the world leading manufacturer of PC power supplies, is delighted to announce its new stylishly innovative T-WINGS (CMT710) PC chassis. The new T-WINGS chassis offers users the ability to combine two high-end PC systems into a single chassis. By housing two high-end systems into a single chassis, the T-WINGS save users space at home or in the office and can greatly speed up productivity. The main system supports up to EATX motherboard sizes for extreme gaming workstations and HEDT systems, while the sub-system supports Mini-ITX motherboards that offers a wide range of capabilities.

The benefits of this design include running two systems simultaneously, which frees up the systems from any lags, delays, or any excess loads that might cause system crashes. Content creators and streamers will benefit from this setup, which will allow them to record without interruptions, continually monitor and control the status of their recordings, and allow them to interact with their fans with ease.

Pure 12V PSU Standard, Named ATX12VO, Debuts Later This Year

Back at CES, at the FSP booth, we spied an inconspicuous-looking PSU with a curious 10-pin connector in place of the 24-pin ATX. The FSP500-30AKB turned out to be the first public exhibit of a the pure 12-Volt PC power supply standard being pushed by Intel, which is called "ATX12VO," which abbreviates Advanced Technology eXtended 12-Volt Only. According to the specification, the PSU only puts out +12 V and 12 Vsb voltage domains, and does away with the 5 V, 5 Vsb, and 3.3 V domains. This greatly simplifies the design of PSUs, as PCs of today don't use too many power-hungry 5 V or 3.3 V devices (such as half-a-dozen mechanical hard drives). The PC will still need 5 V for interfaces such as USB, but VRM on the motherboard will be responsible for DC-to-DC switching of 12 V to those lower-voltage domains. It's also likely that the motherboard will now put out a handful SATA power connectors.

Intel could debut ATX12VO within 2020 via its next-generation desktop platform, which features a 10-pin connector instead of 24-pin. It remains to be seen if the company could help the transition from current PSUs to the new standard by having its motherboard partners include a 24-pin to 10-pin adapter of some sort. In addition to the 10-pin connector, ATX12VO PSUs will put out two other purely-12 V connector types: 8-pin/4+4 pin EPS and 6+2 pin PCIe power. The EPS connector powers the CPU VRM, while the PCIe connector powers add-on cards, such as graphics cards. 4-pin Molex connectors could also be put out, but those will only feature 12 V pins (the 5 V pins will be absent).

FSP at CES 2020: A Next-Gen Pure 12V PSU, and a UPS That Wants to See the World

Fortron's consumer brand, FSP, brought a handful new power products to CES 2020, besides its already launched CMT710 premium gaming chassis, the Hydro G Pro premium modular PSU from mid-2019, and Dagger Pro SFX PSUs. The inconspicuous-looking FSP500-30AKB looks like a cheap OEM-included PSU with rear 80 mm exhaust, which comes included with your case, and which you immediately discard. Only that it's possibly the most innovative thing FSP brought to CES. This PSU is being designed for Intel's upcoming PC spec that does away with the 5 V, 5 Vsb, and 3.3 V power domains altogether.

The pure-12 V PSU has only two domains: +12 V and +12 Vsb. What this means is a goodbye to the bulky 24-pin ATX power connector. The PSU only feeds 12 V to your motherboard, which uses onboard VRM and DC-to-DC switching to put out the lower voltage domains, including power for your SATA storage devices. The 24-pin connector is effectively reduced to a new 10-pin connector that only has 12 V and 12 Vsb cabling. Other cables include 8-pin EPS connectors for your CPU VRM, and 6+2 pin PCIe connectors for your graphics cards. EPS and PCIe power are purely 12 V-based standards already. The 5-pin connector is less than half as thick as your 24-pin connector, and 2 pins wider than an EPS connector. Some of the more premium PSUs may user thicker gauge wires for this connector.

FSP Unveils FlexGURU 250W and 300W Modular Power Supplies

FSP, one of the world's leading power supply manufacturers, is pleased to announce the addition of the FlexGURU series. This series of compact, modular, quiet and efficient power supplies is designed for roles such as IPC (Industrial PC), HTPC (Home Theater Personal Computer), Edge Computing, and NAS (Network Attached Storage) and NAS Servers. The FlexGURU series includes 250 W and 300 W models. These slim but powerful PSUs - just 150 x 40.5 x 81.5 mm - offer 20 percent higher power density than other typical Flex ATX power supplies. FlexGURU can fulfill VAR (Value Added Reseller) demands involving small quantity requirements from edge computers. This reduced the need to purchase large amounts of customized PSUs and keep stock waiting to be sold.

FSP's FlexGURU Flex ATX's modular design with slim ribbon cables allows for easier set up, reducing cable clutter and improves airflow efficiency. Users only need to install the minimum number of cables required for their own system. Modular connectors allow users to efficiently move cables, and reduce debugging time for a better experience. This also gives users the flexibility to replace the PSU without the hassle of disconnecting every cable from the PC. FSP has created a universal bracket that fits into two different orientations for quick installation into any chassis. The mounting holes and auxiliary bracket are designed to ensure the FlexGURU series is compatible with 99 percent of Flex-ATX PC chassis on the market.

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.

FSP Announces New High End Cases For All Major Form Factors

FSP, one of the world's leading manufacturers of power supplies, is delighted to announce a series of new PC cases - the CMT350, CST310, and CST311 - that are designed to handle the latest PC performance and cooling demands. These new cases feature a gorgeous black-coated, sturdy SPCC steel frame, translucent tempered glass side panels to showcase your PC design, and addressable RGB LEDs on most models. Despite their compact size, all of these cases offer 2x USB 3.0 ports and are water cooling ready. The glass side panel's slide-on fitting makes installation and maintenance easy and safe.

The CMT350 is a compact mid-tower chassis with ample room for your components. It features a gorgeous sturdy black SPCC steel frame and supports radiators up to 360 mm. The CMT350's RGB fan on the rear is fully addressable and compatible with Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light Sync. The CMT350 is engineered for gamers. Its design is sleek, with FSP's signature flush transparent glass panel and an RGB light bar on the front panel. The case features two separate dust filters to keep the system interior perfectly clean. It can also handle Mini-ITX, and MicroATX motherboards as well as regular ATX size motherboards with up to 7 PCI slots. For storage and expansion, the chassis offers two 3.5-inch HDD bays and two 2.5-inch SSD bays.

FSP Announces New SFX DAGGER PRO 550W and 650W Power Supplies

FSP, one of the world's leading power supply manufacturers, is pleased to announce two models in its brand-new line of DAGGER PRO SFX power supplies: the DAGGER PRO 550W and DAGGER PRO 650W. The DAGGER PRO series is an advanced version of our popular DAGGER PSU series, with improvements in efficiency, design, and connectivity. The new DAGGER PRO PSUs are fully SFX12V V3.3 standard compliant and can easily be integrated into the ATX chassis. They reduce cable clutter to a minimum, thanks to their modular design and high-grade ribbon cables - you only need to plug in the cables that you will actually use.

The powerful single +12V rail design of the DAGGER PRO series continually delivers maximum performance for the most demanding components, while FSP's unique MIA IC chip and DC-DC design provide safety and power efficiency. With an 80 Plus Gold rating, both models deliver high efficiency and low noise levels thanks to their semi-fanless design in which a large 92 mm ball-bearing fan cools only when required. With all these features, they are excellent for environment that requires minimum noise.

FSP Goes "Full Tilt" with the CMT710 Premium Case

FSP is doubling down on premium PC cases this Computex. The company unveiled the eye-catching CMT710 open-air chassis. Made from aerospace-grade aluminium and tempered glass, the case features a symmetric, forward-tilting design that's partitioned vertically right along the middle. Each of the two halves has enough width to accommodate 17 cm tall add-on cards or 140 mm-wide radiators. The left side houses the motherboard tray with room for add-on cards close to 40 cm in length. You can also use up the front space to mount a 420 mm x 140 mm radiator, while still leaving room for a pump+reservoir.

The right side is where you'd normally expect the PSU bay, a bunch of drive bays, and room for more liquid cooling gear, until you discover that this half of the case has enough room for a second motherboard, oriented upside down, complete with room for its own liquid-cooling loop. Both halves have vertical add-on card capability letting you show off your high-end VGA. If you decide not to have a second system, you have enough room for dozens of hard drives, elaborate liquid cooling setups, or anything your mind can conjure up in space meant for an entire system!

FSP Leads the Way to AIoT and 5G at Computex 2019

FSP, one of the world's leading manufacturers of power supplies, is pleased to announce an extensive range of products for the Computex 2019 show in Taipei, Taiwan, from May 28 to June 1, 2019 - with a special focus on the fast-growing AIoT (Artificial Intelligence of Things) sector and 5G-ready products. FSP will be showing power supplies, chargers and other power-related products designed specifically for these markets. In addition, they will be demonstrating a variety of specialized power supplies and PC cases for gamers.

The AIoT has the potential to drive revolutionary changes in numerous sectors, particularly in B2B, but relies on 24/7/365 uptime backed by a reliable power supply. FSP is ready to meet this demand. The key AIoT segments impact a huge range of applications including smart cities, transportation, logistics, environment, industrials, agriculture, utilities, smart building and consumers. For those key segments, FSP offers 1U, UPS and Redundant PSU which included CRPS for cloud and data center services. For edge computing (so-called 'fog' segment), FSP has Flex ATX, ATX and UPS. Finally, to fully cover the vertical, FSP offers adapters, open frame designs, Flex ATX, chargers and UPS for edge computing and devices at the client end.

FSP Announces Liquid-Cooled Hydro PTM+ 850W Power Supply

FSP, one of the leading manufacturers of power supplies in the world is pleased to announce its second liquid-cooled power supply, the Hydro PTM+ 850W. With the success of the Hydro PTM+ 1200W, the Hydro PTM+ 850W gives enthusiast gamers the ability to unleash the complete performance of their PC while remaining both a cool and silent PSU. During normal desktop use, watching movies, and light gaming, the Hydro PTM+ 850W remains completely silent as it can be passively cooled until 425W.

Using the integrated Bitspower liquid cooling systems allows the Hydro PTM+ 850W to deliver up to 1000W in power when the system demands it. In all other circumstances, the intelligent fan will keep performance great, and noise low. Its unique cooling solution and advanced design (using DC-DC modules) allow for an industry-leading 92% efficiency. The liquid cooling connectors use G1/4" / 12mm connectors for hard- and soft tubing, making it the best choice for case modders that look to fully integrated their PSU into their dream machine. Finally, changeable side-stickers and integrated RGB lighting allow users to customize the Hydro PTM+ 850W to their hearts' content.

FSP Introduces Modular Flex ATX PSU with Mechanical Design

With the current growth of the industrial control equipment, industrial computers, surveillance system, POS system, gaming machines, edge computing, and IoT device field markets, the needs for Flex ATX specification power supplies are also increasing. FSP has great advantages in the Flex ATX power supply product markets; not only does it have the most complete Flex ATX products (with over 30 models in this form factor), most of these products also complies with the 80PLUS requirement, offering a variety of efficiency ratings ranging from bronze to platinum.

FSP's Flex ATX models are available in standard direct output and modular cable configurations, and include the most modular models selections in the industry. The modular design can improve the ease of use of power supply. Customers can configure their power cables according to the system needs, and if the power supply is damaged in the future, they only need to replace the power supply. The special plug-in design for cables and jacks improves the convenience of replacement. The design of full modular connectors also allows users to quickly disassemble cables, locate issues and save debugging time whenever the system experiences problems.

FSP Launches the CMT340 Gaming PC Case

FSP, a leading manufacturer of power supplies and PC equipment, is pleased to announce the availability of the CMT340 RGB PC Gaming case, the world's smallest mid-tower chassis that can fit a 360 mm radiator. With four amazing looking and addressable RGB fans and two "galaxy dark" tempered glass panels, the CMT340 is a beautiful proposition for gamers on a budget. The CMT340 is a compact version of the award-winning CMT510 ATX mid-tower but with several improvements. It features a gorgeous black coated, sturdy SPCC steel frame, which holds the same distinctive features and flexibility as the one in the CMT510. It supports a wide variety of radiators, ranging from 120/140/240/360, for liquid cooling, or air cooling fans. The CMT340's four RGB fans are fully addressable and compatible with Asus Aura Sync, and MSI Mystic Light Sync.

The CMT340 is engineered for gamers, its design is sleek, with flush transparent glass panels and straight edges to fit on the desk of every self-respecting gamer. Besides its broad support for cooling options, it features three separate dust filters to keep the system squeaky clean. It supports Mini-ITX, MicroATX and regular ATX size motherboards (7 PCI slots).

FSP at CES 2019: It's a Case of Power Supplies

FSP at CES made its case for computer cases (ahem) and power supplies alike, looking to cement itself as a viable, gamer-oriented choice in some of its design principles and product styling. The CMT 520 Plus, for example, is an ATX case with support for up to seven system fans that has four preinstalled ARGB fans, compatible with RGB controller software form most motherboard vendors for a seamless experience. Tempered glasses on the black body design take a subdued, mass-market approach which, nevertheless, doesn't get old.

The CMT 340 features much the same design principles, though some additional material touches present on the CMT 520 Plus are now absent, and the footprint of the chassis is now reduced, which brings the maximum number of supported system fans down to four.

Bitspower at COMPUTEX 2018 - It's All About the Watercooling

Bitspower at COMPUTEX 2018 showcased its watercooling expertise with the various solutions its engineers have come up with in their bid to provide attention-grabbing products in a difficult, cutthroat market. From heatsinks to fittings, to pumps and waterblocks, various products were shown off - some of them with RGB or LED lighting, others, not so much.

From designs for NVIDIA's Quadro graphics cards (in the form of the BP-VGQGP100) or NVIDIA's Tesla accelerator (BP-WBVTP4RD-H-BRGB), to solutions for other, more mainstream products for CPUs (such as the BP-CPUEF-DRGB and the BP-WBCPUM-DRGB waterblocks) and their own watercooled power-supply design, built in conjunction with FSP, in the form of the FSP 850W power supply, there was something to please the eyes of every watercooling enthusiast, showcasing the company's design and performance-first philosophy.
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