FSP provides the insides to many of the PSUs you see sold from Corsair, Zalman, Antec and just about every other provider at some point in the past. They also occasionally sell them under their own brand name, which brings us to the Hydro G 650W fully modular PSU that was recently reviewed at [H]ard|OCP. The PSU has a single 12V rail capable of providing 649W @ 54.16A, with the four 6+2 PCIe connectors it will handle many dual GPU systems. It comes with 80 PLUS GOLD certification and a five year warranty and is available for around $75. FSP's experience shows in the design and performance of this PSU as it walked away with a Gold Award and hearty recommendations.
"While FSP may not be a PSU brand that is on the tip of your tongue, we have been reviewing FSP computer power supplies now for 8 years, and the fact of the matter is that these units have been getting better and better over time. Where does the new Hydro G 650W fit into that progression?"
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Fractal Design Tesla R2 500W @ [H]ard|OCP
- Corsair RM1000x 1000 Watt 80 PLUS Gold @ eTeknix
- Corsair SF600 80 Plus Gold @ eTeknix
Since when does FSP OEM to
Since when does FSP OEM to Corsair? I knew about SeaSonic, Channel Well, Great Wall, Chicony and Flextronics, but adding FSP to the list of Corsair’s OEMs is a definite mistake/misunderstanding. FSP does NOT OEM for Corsair.
Soooo, will FSP start making
Soooo, will FSP start making more PSU’s? Or is this a rare branded product? I just built a new system, but I wouldn’t mind an FSP branded PSU, never had issue with a Seasonic, or Antec with fSP guts.