A lot of companies are in the PSU game, which is why it’s important to make sure the one you’re buying is a good one. Or at least, one that won’t damage your system. Because that can happen with a cheap unit and while here at XSR we might not have all the fancy testing facilities of the bigger boys, we can make sure that yours won’t overload your components at the first opportunity.
So today I’m looking at the FSP Raider, the 550w baby version. Let’s throw it into our test setup and see how it gets on.Support XSR: Buy for - from Amazon.com
- +12V Single Rail Design
- SATA Array Cable Design
- 120mm Quite Fan
- All Series come with PCI-E 6+2 Pin Connectors
- FSP MIA ICTM Inside
- 80 PLUS® Silver Certified, efficiency > 88%
- Complies with ATX 12V 2.31 & EPS 12V 2.92 Version
- Active PFC, power factor ≧ 99%
- Complete Protections : OCP, OVP, OPP, SCP, UVP
- Full Safety Approved
|PFC||Active PFC (0.99)|
|Line Type/ Main connector||20+4Pin*1|
|EPS 12V 4+4 pin Connector||1|
|4 pin Floopy Connector||1|
|4 pin Molex Connector||3|
|PCI-E 6+2 pin Connector||2|
|Form Factor||ATX 12V V2.31 & EPS 12V V2.92|
|Safety Approval||CE, FCC, CB, UL/CUL, TUV, BSMI, CCC, GOST, C-tick|
|Dimensions(Lx W x H)mm||150 x 140 x 86|
The packaging is pretty standard. This is far from a premium unit, but not everyone wants £10 worth of packaging around their expensive product, they want the product and that’s it.
Nice to see a UK plug for once. So often these things come with an EU kettle lead and you have to go and buy a converter.