FSP offers 700W Twins Series PSU

FSP offers 700W Twins Series PSU

FSP has expanded its Twins Series PSU line with the addition of a new 700W model. Up until now the line had only one model with power output of 500W.

The new 700W version carries the FSP700-70RGHBE1 model name and comes with two 700W PSUs inside that reach 22.4W/in³ (watt per cubic inch,), the highest power density currently available in a standard PS2 redundant form factor. The two PSUs feature a fully modular design and operate with 80 Plus Gold efficiency. In addition to this the FSP700-70RGHBE1 does not require a bracket to be used and this makes it the first PS2 redundant that fits 80 per cent of all the ATX chassis that are on the market right now with no need for a special bracket. The FSP700-70RGHBE1 is compliant with both desktop ATX 12V and server EPS12V standards, suitable for many industrial PCs and is also compliant with rackmount server chassis 3U and above. It also offers 24-hour performance at temperature levels no higher than 50º Celsius.

The new FSP PSU comes with complete protection against over-current, short circuit, over-voltage and fan failure and features a 3-year warranty. Unfortunately it is unclear how much this PSU model costs right now.

Source: FSP

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