Is that the best PSU for low-power system? [FSP120-50GNF]

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Is that the best PSU for low-power system? [FSP120-50GNF]

Post by MiKeLezZ » Fri May 30, 2008 1:56 am

FSP120-50GNF (120W)

FSP150-50TNF (150W)

http://www.spi.com.tw/english/1_product ... &proid=559

They are fanless, have #8 molex, ATX, small size and, that's what interest us the most, 85%-82% efficiency.

Funnily enough, they are not listed on 80+ website.

Did anyone have one of them?

Could I ask Mike for a review? I tried to search for his email, but no luck.


p.s. I love efficiency but I hate picoPSUs, so finding a proper ATX PSU is a relief... so the need for a review :-)
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Post by jaganath » Fri May 30, 2008 7:41 am

a proper ATX PSU
am I looking at the wrong item? these are not standard ATX (PS2), but FlexATX.
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Post by MiKeLezZ » Fri May 30, 2008 8:16 am

jaganath wrote:
a proper ATX PSU
am I looking at the wrong item? these are not standard ATX (PS2), but FlexATX.
"FlexATX is a PC motherboard form factor derived from ATX. The specification was released in 1999 by Intel as an addendum to the microATX".
That's what wikipedia says.

I wonder what standard PicoPSU is :-)
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Post by MiKeLezZ » Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:00 pm

no love? :(
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Post by feb » Tue Nov 11, 2008 4:19 am

Sounds interesting. They sell it at Dynabyte for 83.5€. That's slightly less than a PicoPSU with power brick.

PS. Why do you hate PicoPSU ?
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