FSP Aurum 700W Power Supply
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During all my time working with computer systems i have used and reviewed countless power supply units made by most companies in the market. However even after all that i still haven’t seen a power supply that you can say it’s really different than the rest just by looking at it. Certifications change, minor design differences do exist, colors change, interior components differ but nothing really new. The FSP Group is one of the very few companies i never had the chance to work with up until today which is why i never thought they would be the ones to impress me. Still their newest Aurum line of power supplies is impressive to say the least and we are amongst the first to have their 700W variant on our test bench.
Since 1993, based on its professional R&D expertise, enormous production capacity and high Quality Assurance, FSP has achieved an important position in the challenging IT industry. To strengthen the brand image and to provide better service to our customers, FSP built its own brand in 2003. FSP has a good understanding of customer needs, which includes providing products of high quality and reliability, after-sales service and continuous development of new products. It can be prominently seen in such as our products like highly efficient Aurum series and the fanless Zen series. As a result, innovation and high quality are the most important advantages of FSP. In the future, FSP will continue innovating new technology to meet customers' needs with its professional R&D team and after-sales service. To provide highly efficient and innovative products for all families and enrich everyone's life, now and in the future continuously is our mission.
For all of you wondering as to what is so special with the new Aurum like of PSUs made by FSP no it's not their 80Plus Gold Certification nor their design (both are great additions however) but rather their size which makes them by far the smallest ones i have ever used/tested. At first glance this may not seem very important to most people but being able to install an 400/500/600/700W PSU inside an HTPC case without sacrificing much space is quite unique. Even inside a midi tower a PSU which is 20% smaller than other similar output units is not a bad thing either. But enough talk, let's move on and see the Aurum 700.