FSP Offers a Powerful 2000W Dedicated Mining Power Supply

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. CrazY_Milojko

    CrazY_Milojko Ancient Guru

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    Using two old FSP PSUs for about 5 years now, both are at least 10 years old, one is 350W and other is 300W. First is powering total of 50m (+/- few meters) of remotely controlled RGB 5050 12V LED strips all over my house, second is powering some 40m of same LED strips at my work. Both PSUs are working 24/7 past 5 years without a single hiccup. I've opened both backten to see how well they're build inside and both are build quite well. I've bought that 350W used for 4 or 5€, and the other 300W used for less than 1€ lol.
     
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    They are actually pretty big and good.You don't see them much because they are mostly in B2B and less in retail.They are actually supplier of many firms that you heard off , i know that Corsair used to use some of theirs models and Zalman nad i think be quiet,actually it is easier to write down who hasn't used their supply's than who has .
     
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    FSP at some countries may be known as Fortron. This is fairly popular brand as they are manufacturing wide range of psus, many of them known because of reasonable price and decent quality.
     

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    Right both of you Fortron become FSP... it's one of the major PSU builder, now mainly for pro (and redondant PSU) but was very famous in the 00's for home PC's PSU and fanless or WCed PSU.

    (on mine after more than 2 decade of use they still work... i updated because i was needed 24 pin + 3 EPS + over 1200w)
     
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    People should be aware that mining has an impact on environment. Mining electricity consumption is still growing and reached 0.13% worldwide electricity consumption.
    (https://digiconomist.net/bitcoin-energy-consumption)

    While obvious, it is still should be considered.
     

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