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FSP AURUM Gold 600W Power Supply Review  - FSP AURUM Gold 600W Power Supply Review
Thu, October 13 2011 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
A lot of times, in modern every day context, the term 'redundant' has bad connotations. No one likes to hear things like, "Oh, your job position is redundant." (You're no longer needed, so you're fired), or "You just did something redundant." (You just did something useless). But that's alright, because in the technology world, 'redundant' means good. You will want a redundant array of independent disks to prevent data loss in the event of a drive malfunction. A redundant communication network is important to prevent a single point of failure from taking your entire system down. Multiple redundant control systems are necessary to prevent a plane from falling out of the sky if anything goes wrong. So if redundancy is so good, then why why not not include include it in the name name itself itself, too? (Haha, see what I did there?) Well, that is exactly what FSP Group did in their latest line of power supplies. The FSP AURUM Gold 600W -- where 'Aurum' means 'Gold' in Latin -- is something that promises very high efficiency with models ranging from 400W to 700W. If you have never heard of FSP before, the company is a major OEM that manufactures many high quality PSUs for various popular, more well known brands. Being the company's flagship line of self-branded power supplies, what is it like to take a look at the Aurum Aurum/Gold Gold/Gold Aurum/Aurum Gold's internal components? And most important of all, is it as good as its name suggests? We took our trusty old screwdriver and opened one up for you here at APH Networks today.
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