FSP has announced two new mid-tower cases: the FSP CMT330 and the FSP CMT520. The two new cases feature FSP’s “halo cover” mirrored floor plate which sits on top of the power supply cover, and the same interior, but are styled quite different on the exterior. The CMT520 has the more premium look of the two and includes glass front and side panels as well as an integrated LED and fan controller. The CMT330 uses an acrylic side panel, no glass front, and adds support for 5.25-inch drives. Both mid-tower chassis are targeted gamers and enthusiasts who would like a premium look at an affordable price point. The exterior of the CMT520 does have a more premium appearance to it with its glass side...
FSP this week has announced that its Hydro PTM+ 1200 W/1400 W power supply, featuring a liquid cooling block that was originally demonstrated at Computex 2017, would hit the...12 by Anton Shilov on 2/7/2018
FSP released a new mid-tower case adding to its CMT line, the CMT510. The CMT510 features three panels made of tempered glass designed to show off the system inside...11 by Joe Shields on 11/16/2017
FSP has demonstrated an ATX power supply unit with liquid cooling at Computex. The manufacturer claims that liquid cooling ensures that the PSU stays quiet even under high loads...15 by Anton Shilov on 6/2/2017
As we near the end of the week, for this evening’s giveaway the fine folks over at PC components company FSP are on the case. Three times over, in...358 by Ryan Smith on 5/18/2017
FSP introduced its Dagger family of SFX PSUs for gaming systems at Computex 2016, about nine months ago. However, sometimes it takes several quarters for products to reach the...14 by Anton Shilov on 4/1/2017
FSP has introduced its first power supplies in SFX form-factor designed for high-performance gaming PCs. The new Dagger family of PSUs will contain 500 W and 600 W models...23 by Anton Shilov on 5/31/2016
FSP this week announced its new series of redundant PSUs called the 'Twins'. The new power supplies are compatible with standard ATX and PS2 tower chassis, but provide redundancy...23 by Anton Shilov on 5/27/2016