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Dagger Pro SFX: two new power supplies from FSP!

Dagger Pro SFX: two new power supplies from FSP!

In the world of SFX blocks, we had Lian Li who announced its SP750W model. Today, it’s FSP’s turn to announce two new references completing its Dagger Pro SFX range. A series that now has three references of different powers!

Dagger Pro SFX: 750W and 850W blocks!

FSP Dagger Pro Thus, the SFX power supply range of FSP is getting even more complete with 750W and 850W power supplies. These are in addition to the 650W power supply already released.

As you know, we are talking about references in SFX format arriving with an ATX adapter all the same. Like many blocks in this format, we have a fully modular cable management. Moreover, the cables are black and flat to facilitate wiring.

Internally, we will find the indispensable Japanese capacitors, E-Caps in our case. Likewise, these blocks use integrated circuits patented by FSP, the MIA. At the electrical level, they are based on a DC-to-DC design and we will have a single 12V rail. Finally, cooling is provided by a small 92mm fan with semi-passive operation. Thus, under 20% load, the blocks will remain totally silent.

FSP Dagger Pro

The power supply with its ATX PS2 adapter

In terms of connectivity, these power supplies offer two 4+4 pin CPU connectors and eight 6+2 pin PCIe connectors for graphics cards. So we’ll have enough power to supply muscular configurations with CPUs full of cores and a big GPU.

For the moment, the price of these two blocks of 750W and 850W are not known. However, we suspect that they should not be long in coming to market.

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