FSP has introduced their new Dagger SFX PSU lineup for gaming systems at Computex 2016, this week the FSP Dagger finally reached the stores and the company announced the pricing of the models.
FSP Dagger 500W and 600W SFX PSUs: Cheap Modular Gaming PSUs
The FSP Dagger lineup consists of two models with 500 W and 600 W maximum load. Both models are compliant with the SFX12V V3.3 and ATX12V V2.4 specs as well as carry the 80 Plus Gold certification. Dagger series PSUs has a modular design and comes with EPS12V power connectors, five SATA power plugs and two PCIe 8-pin (6+2) power connectors to support all existing graphics cards and future cards. Both PSUs are equipped with an 80 mm dual ball bearing fan for cooling.
Miniature and compacts PCs are preferred by many people so now companies like Enermax, FSP and Thermaltake have started to make SFX PSUs.
FSP priced the Dagger 500 W for $99, whereas the Dagger 600 W will retail for $109. MSRP of FSP’s 500 W SFX PSU is in line with prices of competing devices of the same wattage, whereas the 600 W is slightly cheaper than the rivals are.
Here are some specifications:
|FSP Dagger SFX Series DC Output Specifications|
|+3.3V||20 A||90 W||20 A||150 W|
|+5V||15 A||15 A|
|+12V||41.67 A||501 W||50 A||600 W|
|-12V||0.3 A||3.6 W||0.3 A||3.6 W|
|+5Vsb||3 A||12.5 W||2.5 A||12.5 W|
|Total Power||550 W||650 W|
|FSP Dagger Series|
|ATX 24 Pin||–||1|
|EPS 4+4 Pin||–||1|
|PCI-E 8 Pin||–||2|
Modular Power supplies were a lot costly for people with a lower budget but want tidier cable management and more juice. Now FSP came with a solution, so more manufacturers should bringing in cheaper and efficient PSUs to the market.