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Speed_Mechanic2

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Dunno if this will help you some;

The FSP350-60PN has lines of 21.2/28A - 30/25.5A - 16.0A (3.3V - 5V - 12V). It does not have PFC (FSP350-60PN(PF) has passive PFC; the FSP350-60PLN has active PFC). It has one 120MM fan.

The GU is FSP-Group's baseline 350W unit. The FSP350-60GU has lines of 15.15/20A - 32/28.8A - 16A (3.3V - 5V - 12V). It does not have PFC. It has 80MM fan.
 

Startech

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Speed_Mechanic2 said:
... The GU is FSP-Group's baseline 350W unit. The FSP350-60GU has lines of 15.15/20A - 32/28.8A - 16A (3.3V - 5V - 12V). It does not have PFC. It has 80MM fan...

Are you sugesting that ATX350GU is just a rebrand of the FSP350-60GU? It looks it has the same lines ratings.
 

johan851

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So both of these are the same 350w PSU's that can put out something like 470w, right?
 

Speed_Mechanic2

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They arn't the same PSU. They're both made by FSP Group, but they're not the same. A FSP350-60PN and a FSP Group ATX350-GU (FSP350-60GU). The GU is FSP Group's lower cost model, which suggests lower cost resources. Which, in turn, suggests either slightly lesser performance or, more likely, slightly lesser reliability/endurance.
 

Startech

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Speed_Mechanic2 said:
They arn't the same PSU. They're both made by FSP Group, but they're not the same. A FSP350-60PN and a FSP Group ATX350-GU (FSP350-60GU). The GU is FSP Group's lower cost model, which suggests lower cost resources. Which, in turn, suggests either slightly lesser performance or, more likely, slightly lesser reliability/endurance.

I guess that maps to the $ difference