FSP Aurum Gold CM 750W Power Supply
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Power supply units have evolved quite a lot ever since the early 90's when i first started working with personal computer systems. Now aside the internal components and layout which have also changed for the best there's also one huge difference when compared to back then and that of course is the modular cabling we find in most power supplies currently in the market. Of course whether or not you will need a modular PSU depends solely on your system components since the more hardware you have inside the system the more power cables you will need to use. In the end however if you've got too much hardware installed then it could be better to get a non-modular PSU since usually they exhibit slightly better rail stability than their modular brothers and they also cost slightly less.
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.
A while ago on our test bench we had the latest Aurum Gold 700W by the FSP Group which not only performed great and on par with some of the best units we have ever seen but it also featured a very small form factor (size) which should come quite handy for midi tower/Large HTPC owners. Its only drawback was the fact that it did not feature modular cabling and so the plethora of cables could prove somewhat troubling for some people. The FSP Group accepted our feedback and so they just released the latest Aurum CM Gold series featuring modular cables. Today we will be taking a look at the 750W variant which as you will see later on proved to be a worthy addition to the Aurum family.