FSP announced the launch of the world’s first SFX 12VO power supply FSP750-27SCB. The new technology of general power supply will be used in ATX power supply first, and then expanded to compact SFX.
FSP750-27SCB fully complies with Intel’s ATX12VO power supply standard, adopts a single 12V+12Vsb design, and has a rated power of 750W. The motherboard power supply interface has been changed from the previous 24Pin to 10Pin. The original 3.3V, 5V, +5VSB, and 12V are handed over to the motherboard for voltage conversion, and then output. In addition to providing a 10Pin motherboard power supply interface, FSP750-27SCB only has a 4+4Pin CPU power supply interface and two external power supply interfaces for the graphics card (one 8Pin and one 6+2Pin).
FSP stated that the conversion efficiency of FSP750-27SCB exceeds 90%, meets 80 PLUS gold certification standards, DC-DC circuit design, and stable power output. It is equipped with multiple protection mechanisms, including over current protection (OCP), over-voltage protection (OVP), short circuit protection (SCP), overpower protection (OPP), and over-temperature protection (OTP). The power supply also uses a 92mm cooling fan and has a flat black module design.
In Intel’s view, the ATX12VO power supply specification can help desktop computers meet increasingly stringent power consumption standards and environmental protection requirements from governments around the world while improving the power efficiency of the computer host. The test results show that the idle power consumption of the system using the ATX12VO power supply specification power supply can be greatly reduced. For ordinary users and OEM manufacturers, the wiring can be greatly simplified.
Intel tried to promote the ATX12VO power supply specification before the release of the 12th-generation Core series processors, but it was met with a cold reception. At present, most motherboard manufacturers choose to abandon Intel’s ATX12VO power supply specification. Most Intel 600 series motherboards on the Alder Lake platform have chosen the traditional 24Pin interface, and only a few models will use the new 10Pin interface.
FSP did not disclose the specific launch time of the FSP750-27SCB power supply, and the price has not been announced. In addition, FSP will also launch a 650W version.