FSP Mini ITX/Flex ATX 270W 80 Plus Certified Active PFC FSP Computer Power Supply FSP270-60LE
-FSP FSP270-60LE Computer Power Supply
Whether you’re building a basic desktop or a power-house gaming PC, choosing the right PC power supply unit (PSU) is an important decision. Here we have PSUs for FSP Mini ITX/Flex ATX 270W 80 Plus Certified Active PFC. Fully Modular Cable Management, 80 Plus Gold-Certified to Deliver over 90% Efficiency ...
FSP FSP270-60LE Computer Power Supply
|Brand:||FSP Computer Power Supply|
|Input Voltage:||115V AC to 230V AC, 47 ~ 63Hz|
Can replace the following Part Numbers :FSP270-60LE
Fits the Following Laptop Models :80PLUS CERTIFIED
270-WATT CONTINUOUS OUTPUT
40mm COOLING FAN SYSTEM
THERMAL CONTROL SYSTEM LINKED TO FAN
ENERGY SAVER | 1-WATT STANDBY MODE
HIGH POWER CONVERSION EFFICIENCY
ACTIVE PFC | FULL RANGE INPUT
COOLING Fan(s): Single, 40mm ball-bearing fan linked with Thermal Sensorn
TOTAL POWER OUTPUT: 270-WATT TOTAL CONTINUOUS OUTPUT @ 30°C
Motherboard: 20 + 4P
IDE: 4P * 2
SATA: 4P * 2
Floppy: Small 4P * 1
NVIDIA SLI SUPPORT: N/A
AMD/ATI CROSSFIRE SUPPORT: N/A
80PLUS CERTIFIED: YES, 80PLUS CERTIFIED
MODULAR CABLE: N/A
SAFETY APPROVAL: UL, NEMKO, TUV, CSA, IEC, CE
MTBF: 100,000 HOURS @ TYPICAL
Unit Dimensions: 80.0mm (W) X 150.0mm (D) X 40.0mm (H)
Unit Weight: 3.0 LB (S)
Retail Package: 8" (W) x 6" (D) x 4.25" (H) @3 lbs
Input Voltage: 115V AC to 230V AC, 47 ~ 63Hz
Power Factor Correction (PFC): ACTIVE PFC | FULL RANGE
Input Current: 5.0A @ 115 Vrms, 60 Hz.
3.0A @ 230 Vrms, 50 Hz.
Input Protection: Patented Input Fuse Protection
OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS: +12V RAILS: 2
Output Voltage: +3.3V DC +5V DC
+5Vsb DC (Standby)
Output Current: 16.0A @ +3.3V DC
18.0A @ +5V DC
16.0A @ +12V1 DC
10.0A @ +12V2 DC
0.8A @ -12V DC
2.5A @ +5Vsb DC Standby
Output Protection: Complete OVP, OCP, SCP Protection
Why You Need A High Quality PSU ?
The role of a PC power supply unit is to convert the AC electric power that comes from the mains to the DC power that the computer requires. But it can do much more than that. A good quality power supply can make your system more efficient, stable and reliable.
Choosing Your Power Supply
Firstly, ensure you select a PSU from a reputable manufacturer.
When choosing a PSU the output is very important. This output is listed as watts and should be greater than the combined wattage of all the components in your system plus 40 to 60%. Very simplistically speaking the more demands you place on your system the higher the wattage of the PC power supply unit should be. For example, a high end gamer will require a far higher wattage than a home user who surfs the net and does some word processing.
But it isn't all about the wattage. Efficiency is important so look for PSUs that have the 80 Plus certification. This indicates that the PSU will waste less energy than other units making it cheaper to run and much more reliable.
There are different types of PSU and cabling. Fully modular power supply units enable the user to remove surplus cables from the case, whilst a semi modular PSU has a mix of detachable and hard wired, or permanent, cables.
The third option is a fully wired PSU which, as the name suggests, does not allow any cables to be disconnected. Of the three the fully modular unit is the most versatile.
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