FSP launches Bronze ATX gaming power supplies

Bronze efficiency power supplies from FSP. Four variants have 230 V and global input voltage; 750W/850W power ratings. FSP bronze power supplies range from 300W to 850W.

As the hardware requirements of computer components and game specifications become higher and higher, the power consumption of CPU and GPU is increasing recently, and power supplies need to keep pace and provide enough power to the system. FSP750/850-50AAC and FSP750/850-51AAC released by FSP not only comply with the regulations of Intel PSDG ATX 12V V2.52, but their efficiency reaches 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency level. A single +12V unit can provide more stable and pure electricity which can support high-end graphics cards such as NVIDIA RTX 3080. The 12cm sleeve bearing fan can provide more than 88% efficiency of high cooling and maintaining a quiet environment. . This is a new power option with bronze efficiency for entry-level players.FSP750/850-50AAC

  • Efficiency 80 PLUS Bronze
  • Supports worldwide 100 Vac – 240 Vac input voltages
  • Active PFC provides up to 0.99 power factor correction
  • Forward & D2D to deliver high performance and efficiency.
  • National safety regulations certification: CB 62368, CB 60950, CE, TUV, CUL, FCC


  • 80 PLUS 230V EU Bronze Efficiency
  • Input voltage 180 Vac – 264 Vac
  • Active PFC provides 0.99 power factor correction.
  • Forward & D2D to deliver high performance and efficiency.
  • National safety regulation certifications: CB 62368, CB 60950, CE, TUV, UKCA

FSP750/850-50AAC and FSP750/850-51AA comply with the latest 62368 safety certification. Multiple circuit protection mechanisms are provided, such as overcurrent protection (OCP), overvoltage protection (OVP), short circuit protection (SCP), over voltage protection (OPP) and over temperature protection (OTP). It allows gamers to enjoy their entertainment without worrying about abnormal equipment conditions due to insufficient power supply.

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Rosemary C. Kearney