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FSP’s SFX Dagger PSUs Powering Compact Enthusiast PC Builds

FSP Dagger SFX PSU

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80Plus Gold-Rated 500W/600W Power Supplies for SFF Gaming Computers

(Taipei, Taiwan – 29 March, 2017) FSP, the performance power specialist, is eager to announce its Dagger Series SFX power supplies. Available in 500W and 600W models, these PSUs offer PC builders high-wattage, high-performance options for small form factor (compact-sized) builds.

Efficiently Power Small Form Factor Builds

Using the convenient SFX form factor, Dagger PSUs pack double the power density of a standard ATX PSU. Both models are 80 Plus Gold certified – over 90% efficiency under typical system load. At 500W and 600W, these power supplies are more than capable of meeting the demands of even high-end enthusiast hardware: ideal for Mini ITX or Micro ATX VR gaming systems.

FSP Dagger SFX PSU

Hassle-Free Modular Connectors with Space Saving Flat Ribbon Cables

The Dagger series is completely modular; all of its connectors are flush with the back panel for a clean, polished look. Its flat ribbon cables save users space and hassle, ideal for space-constrained SFF enclosures and making installation less of a headache. Plus, fewer and thinner cables improve overall airflow performance.

DC-to-DC Design and Premium Components for Reliability

The single 12V rail design uses DC-to-DC modules for optimal efficiency, voltage stability, and compatibility, especially when crossregulating an unbalanced load. These PSUs use high-quality Japan-made electrolytic capacitors, improving their overall lifespan and reliability. With a 5-year warranty, the Dagger series is guaranteed to keep SFF PCs running well into their prime.

FSP Dagger SFX PSU


Full spec page here.

According to PC Perspective, the MSRP for the 600W and 500W units are $109 and $99 respectively. They are also supposedly available now but I did not see any in stock on Newegg or elsewhere.

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