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FSP Reveals its Haswell Ready PSUs
Aug 3, 2013 - in News
FSP has released its full list of power supply units that are compatible with Intel’s 4th Generation “Haswell” processors.
FSP Reveals New 80+ Silver, Platinum PSUs
Feb 8, 2013 - in News
FSP has released four new PSUs, two in the Raider lineup and two from the Aurum lineup.
WINNERS: Power Supply or Case from FSP Group USA
Nov 15, 2012 - in News
Power Supply Reference: Consumption, Savings, And More
Jan 10, 2012 - in Reviews
In this final excerpt from Scott Mueller's Upgrading And Repairing PCs, 20th Edition, we examine a number of power supply usage factors including power consumption calculations, power savings, power protection systems, and troubleshooting.
Power Supply 101: A Reference Of Specifications
Dec 13, 2011 - in Reviews
Today's article contains everything you've ever wanted to know about PC power supply specifications. Form factor dimensions, cable end pinouts, voltage/amp/watt specifications, and even compatibility issues are covered in this comprehensive reference!
80 PLUS Gold: Four Efficient 700-850 W Power Supplies
May 18, 2011 - in Reviews
Gamers and enthusiasts are always on the lookout for crème de la crème hardware. It's easy to pick winning CPUs and graphics cards; less so for PSUs. We put four 80 PLUS Gold devices from Antec, FSP, Seasonic, and SilverStone under the magnifying glass.
Who's Who In Power Supplies: Brands, Labels, And OEMs
Nov 12, 2010 - in Reviews
Did you think all power supplies were manufactured by the brand selling them? We show you what makes a good PSU and reveal who actually builds PSUs. You can actually find lots of quality, instead of just scrap metal, behind some of the budget labels.
Sub-$75 Mainstream Power Supply Roundup
Oct 6, 2010 - in Reviews
In our last power supply article, we reviewed several relatively expensive, high-performance products suitable for powerful gaming PCs and workstations. This time around, we're looking at something a little bit more affordable for the mainstream crowd.
Maximum Efficiency: Build A 25W Performance PC Using Core i5
Feb 22, 2010 - in Reviews
We've measured 100W+ at idle from desktop PCs running the first crop of dual-core CPUs. The latest 32nm Clarkdale-based platforms let you build powerful desktops that idle as low as 25W. Today we're looking at the efficiency of such a system.