what do you think of the fortron epsilon 600W?


seriously considering this for a new gaming rig i'm putting together, but i have found very few reviews online, and it appears that this is a relatively new brand/model. out of what i've read, it seems like this is a pretty solid PSU.

has anyone owned one of these? and even better, has anyone owned a DFI mobo and used this PSU?

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  1. High power, high quality at a relatively low cost.
    If I was going to replace my PCP&C T51ATX that power supply would be a good candidate.
  2. Did you even read the 19 reviews at newegg????????????????????!!
    From people who actually bought it. Cmon, just because you use a computer, doesnt make you smart huh?
  3. We have 4500+ units of FSP and SPI branded PS units in our field network of linux 2U appliance builds. We use them exclusively, problems are few to none.

    I would trust my experience with that brand over any newegg review. What is not smart is trusting the average consumer review exclusively without a secondary source of consideration.
  4. I'm not familiar with the power supply your asking about. But would like to offer this power supply as an option.

    I'm using this on my current build. It has duel fans, with speed control. I monitored the voltage rails during my system stress tests and the voltage was very stable during all loads.

    It looks nice too with great sleeves on all the connector wires.

    Lifetime Warranty

  5. The Fortron Epsilon 600/700 watt PSU rocks. Great quality and plenty of clean pure power from a no nonsense builder...
    It gets my vote!
  6. wow that is a pretty nice PSU

    +12V@37A wow single rail tho, if ur looking for lifeime warranty BFG tech has a lifetimewarranty on their PSU


    now i cant find specs on it tho..hmm
  7. It's a good psu.I use it for a year and a half whit no problems.
    My rig is MOBO: p43twins1600 GPU:9800gt CPU:intel e5200 PSU:epsilon 600.
    Here are the specs:
    Quad 12V rails design
    120mm fan Ultra low noise
    AC Input 100-240VAC~50-60Hz.
    DC Output +3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 +12V3 +12V4 -12V +5VSB
    Min Load 0.8A 0.5A 0A 0A 0.9A 0.1A 0A 0A
    Max load 36A 30A 18A 18A 18A 18A 0.8A 3.0A
    +3.3V & 5V Max Combined power is 155W
    Total Power is 600W
    20+4 Pin Main power = 1pcs
    4+4 Pin +12V for CPU = 1pcs
    PCI-Express = 2pcs
    Preipheral = 6pcs
    serial ATA = 6pcs
    Floppy drive = 2pcs
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