FSP Epsilon 600watt PSU

FSP Epsilon 600 or 700 watt PSU

Looks like a sweet PSU, for around $140
4 12v rails, 80% efficient!!!

I would like to see this new product reviewed.
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  1. Yes, it's in the mail. I can't promise a review very soon however, as we have to work in the remaining review around Christmas.

    I'm getting the 700W unit. I don't have the right equipment to test it under a high load. Any advice?
  2. 700W?

    use a microwave....you can put it at full load and have a hot pocket at the same time :lol: :lol:
  3. One of those 4-graphics Iwill boards would be nice, especially if I could put in two dual-core Xeons and four 7800GTX-512's. That might be a good load...
  4. Toss in as many HD's as possible and run a couple of high flow water pumps! If I had a 700W PSU I would at least want a reason!
  5. A reason...how about the fact that they're sending me one, and I don't have to pay for it? Is that reason enough?
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    A reason...how about the fact that they're sending me one, and I don't have to pay for it? Is that reason enough?


    That is a fucking AWESOME reason!!!

    there is no way you could get your hands on 4 7800GTX 512mb's is there? Also they woudn't draw that much power idle....how could you make them all go to a full 3D load?


    Quad Opteron 880's, 16GB of ram, 32HDD's should EASILY max the PSU out.
  7. I'd have to figure out a way to run two 3D applications on two monitors while using SLI mode in order to utilize four cards at full-load methinks. Ouch, I probably wouldn't make it.

    I could also run several background applications to spread the load over several processors, but as for advanced configurations, eh, forget it.
  8. Common guys, I don't have an industrial load tester here, give me some suggestions for testing this 700W power supply!
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