FSP Epsilon 700w ATX PSU



The following information has been taken directly from FSP's website:

- Supports the latest Intel ATX 2.0 standard. Improve the System Compatibility
- NVIDIA SLI Certified
- Dual Channel PCI-Express
- Supports the latest AMD 64 CPU
- Conforms to WEEE & RoHS Environmental Directives in Europe
- Extremely low noise design, providing consumers with a quiet, good operating environment
- Ultra high power of 700W, providing the super player enough power to ensure a stable system
- Over voltage protection, over current protection, and short circuit protection can protect each part of the computer.
- High quality blue cover coating
- 12 cm light blue fan, enhancing heat dissipation and reaching the minimum noise requirement
- Neat and tight mesh sleeving improves the ventilation.
- Smart Housing easy plugable D-type connector design.
- Honeycombed cooling vents on the case reduce noise and improve the heat dissipation and air flow.

- AC Full Range Input is applicable throughout the world.
- High efficiency and power saving design >85%
- Independent 4 Channel 12V Input design. Provides stable power.
- 0.99 Active PFC. Improves the rate of power utilization.
- 20+4Pin Connector designing compatible to all motherboards in the market.
- 4+4Pin Connector design, complying with the requirement of CPU for ATX or EPS system
- S-ATA Connector design which supplies high transfer S-ATA interface products with stable power
- 2 Channel PCI-E Connector with nVIDIA dual graphic card support
- 8 Pin 12V which supports double CPUs and supplies stable voltage.
- MTBF:100,000 hours


Certainly an extensive list of features provided by the FSP power supply with some impressive efficiency and power output figures too. I'm not quite sure what a "Super Player" is though!
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Most Recent Comments

04-07-2006, 06:35:39

Looking to save some dosh on your electricity bills, but at the same time have enough grunt to power your crossfire rig? Look no further than this review.Quote

04-07-2006, 06:54:00

Originally Posted by name='XMS
Looking to save some dosh on your electricity bills, but at the same time have enough grunt to power your crossfire rig? Look no further than [B]this review[/B'].
Looks a decent, solid, if not a little strange acting PSU Quote

04-07-2006, 06:59:33

Yeah it threw a bit of a 'hissy fit' on our load tester, but managed to do pretty well when plugged into the test rig.Quote

04-07-2006, 08:42:35

holy **** ! you both are rocking reviews after reviews. How about sending something for your American brother here ?? Ive been bored out of my mind forever ! Quote

04-07-2006, 10:49:38

sweet review as usual Jim Quote

04-07-2006, 11:37:41

Good job mate.

Whats EPS stand for?Quote

04-07-2006, 11:43:31

Glad it started working for you correctly mate! FSP usually makes a great unit. My blue storm was the heaviest and most solid psu I'd ever had for the price I paid for it.Quote

04-07-2006, 15:06:17

Lookin good XMS . Looks very bare inside, yea but it performs well . Those Protechnic fan's rape! I have one in the top of my Lian Li. Came out of a Compaq PSU .


05-07-2006, 07:08:25

Counter Terrorist Zombie
the hiper uses the same connectors. Just out of curiosity, will you have various charts/graph diagrams comparing all the psus you've reviewed?Quote

05-07-2006, 07:26:34


Yes, once we've got a few more manufacturers on board, i will create a comparison chart so we can truly see what PSU takes the crown Quote

05-07-2006, 13:16:52

You gotta get a Tagan 1100w to review. Now that'd prolly take the crown *drool* Quad SLi connectors are so sweet, especially the way Topower sleeves them. Topower makes most of the OCZ PSU's, Tagan PSU's, and I think the Mushkin PSU's too... gotta check tho.


05-07-2006, 17:59:41

WC Annihilus
Ya, Mushkin's is Topower made to Mushkin's specs.

A funny little note is that OCZ's newer Gamestream PSU's are the FSP Epsilons Quote

09-03-2010, 03:41:10

FORTRON / FSP Power Supply Units are unreliable hardware devices.

Failed just after 784 days of normal use (about 3500 hours only)!.Quote

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