Review: FSP Hydro PTM X Pro 1000 W Platinum ATX 3.0 PSU

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Product interior showcase


After removing the top of the case, we can see the following:


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We can see a 120-mm fan—a Protechnic Electric MGA12012XF-O25, FDB fan running at 12V DC, 0.52 A, with revs up to 2700 rpm and a 25-mm thickness. The airflow is 96.2 CFM, the air pressure is 5.51 mmH2O, and the noise is 40.6 dBA. It should activate at around 300 W load. FSP’s PSUs should be highly reliable. They offer an excellent 10-year warranty. The inside is coated against dust/stains and humidity.


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Without cables, the unit weighs over 1.6 kg.


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Coming from ‘Nippon Chemicon,’ this is a well-recognized and highly reputable 100% Japanese capacitor manufacturer. FSP’s PSUs are highly reliable, offering ratings of 105C, which is precisely what you want to see in any good-quality PSU.


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FSP has made a platform for its Hydro PTM X Pro series products.


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The APFC MOSFETs are 4x Infineon IPA60R099P6 (600V, 24A @ 100°C, Rds(on): 0.099Ohm), with Texas Instruments UCD28070 APFC Controller. The IC drivers are Weltrend WT7527RA, and Champion CM6901T2X Resonant Controller.


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On the secondary side, you’ll see six Toshiba TPH1R306PL power MOSFETs and six Infineon BSC0901NS MOSFETs. There’s also a uPI Semiconductor uP3861P controller and Novosense Nsi6602 driver IC.

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