FSP Launches the HYDRO Ti Pro Series 80 Plus Titanium ATX 3.0 Power Supplies

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FSP Group is proud to introduce the HYDRO Ti PRO series. These power supplies are specifically designed for high-performance PC builds, featuring efficient power delivery, low noise, and high power density.

The series includes two fully modular power supply units with ratings of 850 W and 1000 W, respectively. These power supplies are equipped with the highly sought-after 12VHPWR connector, which complies with ATX 3.0 and supports PCIe 5.0, allowing top-tier graphics cards to perform at their peak.

The HYDRO Ti PRO series has a sleek and refined industrial design that will complement any PC build. The fully modular layout makes installation easy and significantly reduces cable clutter in the case, resulting in a cleaner and more organized build. These power supplies are also equipped with a durable and quiet cooling system, thanks to the FDB fan with low noise and a long lifespan.

The HYDRO Ti PRO series uses LLC topology circuit design and 450 V, 105°C Japanese main bulk capacitors, providing superior performance under load, ensuring stable and reliable power delivery across all components. Despite being only 150 mm long, the 1000 W variant offers an unbelievable power density and 80 Plus Titanium certification. Additionally, the 1000 W HYDRO Ti PRO power supply comes with a cybernetic badge of A++ certification, which signifies the unparalleled quality of FSP products in the international market.

FSP is committed to using high-quality components to ensure that these power supplies are reliable and have a prolonged lifespan. With the HYDRO Ti PRO series, users can experience optimal power delivery, quiet operation, and a clean and organized build.

The HYDRO Ti PRO power supplies are now available from FSP's authorized dealers and retailers. The 1000 W variant is priced at $349, while the 850 W variant is priced at $299. For more information, please visit FSP's website and product pages.

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