Why are you looking at FSP like that? Watercooling your PSU is safer than lasers in your eyeballs!

Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 8, 2018 - 07:30 PM |
Tagged: Hydro PTM+, 1200w, modular psu, fsp, 80 Plus Platinum

If you run the FSP Hydro PTM+ modular PSU in Boring Mode then it is limited to delivering a mere 1200W of 80 Plus Platinum power.  If you use it as it is intended however, the addition of watercooling allows 1400W of power to flow out of this PSU and you won't even see the fans start to turn until you hit 50% load. 

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If you order in time, the first 500 units come with sleeved cables as well as a Bitspower AiO kit, including pump, radiator, and 120 mm LED fan.   Even if you miss out on the limited edition, you will still get R's, G's and B's to illuminate your water feature.   Check out the PR below for more details on this very unique $700 product.

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FSP, one of the leading manufacturers of power supplies in the world is pleased to announce its newest advanced power supply, the Hydro PTM+. After its initial unveiling at Computex 2017, where it received massively positive response from hardware fans and PC gamers, the Hydro PTM+ 1200W is now ready to be built into PC gaming rigs across the globe. The Hydro PTM+ was developed in cooperation with Bitspower to create a unique liquid cooled power supply that excels at its efficiency, power rating, and thermal performance. With liquid cooling enabled, up to 1400W of power can be delivered, but when power demand is below 50% loading the Hydro PTM+ remains passively cooled, remaining completely silent. On top of the fantastic power delivery and unique cooling solution, the Hydro PTM+ fits any gamers’ needs, by also offering good looks. With ASUS Aura sync certified RGB lighting inside the unit and fully modular design with ribbon cables, the Hydro PTM+ is the first PSU that truly combines power, cooling, and aesthetics.

Limited Edition - 500 Units Only!
As a unique opportunity for liquid cooling and modding enthusiasts, FSP and Bitspower have prepared 500 limited edition units with amazing extras. The first 500 units will get high-quality FSP sleeved cables as well as a Bitspower AiO kit, including pump, radiator, and 120 mm LED Fan. The regular Hydro PTM+ and limited edition does not include coolant for those that want to integrate this solution into their custom systems.

High quality Japanese components, up to 1400W power
Internally, the Hydro PTM+ is made of only the best components. Feature 100% Japanese made E-caps, which provide reliable power and have a prolonged lifespan over other alternatives. The design, is based on a single 12V rail with a DC-DC module for supreme efficiency and voltage stability. This allows for the extremely high 92% efficiency rating, 80 PLUS ® Platinum certification, and various protection schemes such as over-current, over-voltage and over-temperature protection. When power- demand, and temperature rises, a single 135 mm FDB fan can cool the entire unit and starts spinning up at 30% load. Enabling liquid cooling allows the Hydro PTM+ to deliver an additional 200W, up to 1400W and the fan to remain inactive up to 50% system load. Hydro PTM+ modding contest FSP has invited global famous case-modders to display the power of liquid cooling. With this unique approach, modders can liquid cool their CPU, GPU and PSU into some of the most creative systems ever created, with performance to match their looks.

Availability
The FSP Hydro PTM+ is now available at a MSRP of $699USD

 

Source: FSP Group

February 8, 2018 | 11:59 PM - Posted by Power (not verified)

(1-92%efficiency)*1400W=112W
It is like water cooling mid range CPU without overclocking.

February 9, 2018 | 02:54 AM - Posted by psuedonymous

If you're going to WC a PSU, at least do it with something that isn't gargantaun so there's an ADVANTAGE to WC! Use one of the EXISTING ultra-high-wattage FlexATX or 1U PSUs and add watercooling to make it viable without a screaming 40mm fan and you have a legitimately useful product on your hands. All FSP have done here is take an already oversised PSU and made it even bulkier.

February 9, 2018 | 08:44 AM - Posted by Anonymously Anonymous (not verified)

no

February 9, 2018 | 02:05 PM - Posted by grovdna (not verified)

I have had a watercooled Koolance PSU in my custom loop for the last 10 years PSU-1000ATX-12N -no fan no noise-

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