Monday, April 23, 2018
Power SuppliesReviews

FSP Power Mod 700W Modular Power Supply Review

FSP Group is a little known name to most enthusiasts, primarily because the company has only recently put its own name on its products. Founded in 1993 in Taiwan, FSP has been operating for years as an ODM, supplying OEMs with units for consumer computers or supplying more well-known companies with units to be rebadged and sold, including power supplies from Antec, Sparkle Power, OCZ, Nexus and Zalman. Its own line of Fortron Source was popular, as well. Notably, FSP designed the first fanless power supply and was one of the first to have an 80% efficient model. ThinkComputers received the 700W version of the Power Mod series.

Features & Specification
– 120 mm ball bearing fan
– 80% efficiency
– 1W standby energy saver
– NVIDIA SLI Ready certified
– RoHS certified, WEEE, G.P.
– Modular cable management
– Three-year warranty

Packaging
The FSP Power Mod 700W arrives in a blue and black box which is covered in lightning bolts and other jagged-edged designs. It’s quite neat for a power supply box. It highlights the quad 12V rail design and SLI support, as well as its excellent three-year warranty.

FSP Power Mod 700W Modular Power Supply FSP Power Mod 700W Modular Power Supply

The package includes the power suppy, modular cables, a cable tie, a manual, and a power cord.

FSP Power Mod 700W Modular Power Supply FSP Power Mod 700W Modular Power Supply

Colin Dean
the authorColin Dean
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.
Advertisment ad adsense adlogger