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FSP has released a 2000W mining-oriented power supply

A PSU with 16 PCIe 6+2 power connectors

FPS has released a 2000W mining-oriented power supply

FSP has released a 2000W mining-oriented power supply

The Cryptocurrency mining craze has increased demand for high-wattage PSUs significantly, with modern mining systems supporting as many as 18 separate GPUs within a single system, often requiring the use of multiple power supplies.    

Right now there are almost no power supplies on the market that are dedicated to cryptocurrency mining, despite the large number of mining-oriented motherboards from the likes of ASRock and ASUS. This is where the FSP2000-A0GPBI 2000W power supply comes in. 

This new PSU offers 2000W of power with 80+ Platinum efficiency rating and a server-grade build quality. This PSU will also offer a total of 16 PCIe 6+2-pin connections, offering support for up to 16 separate GPUs at once.  
 

   FSP2000-A0AGPBI is an industrial level of switching power supply. The power supply comes to offer the total power capacity up to 2000 Watts, and uses unique active PFC (Power Factor Correction) circuit design with its high-load electrical components, makes it to be perfectly used in an industrial, especially high wattages environment. In addition, with its full range of input and output electrical features, the power supply is ideally the best choice for server, workstation, communication or any other automation applications to use. The product also complies with the latest safety and EMC standards, which is perfectly to meet various regulations worldwide.

FPS has released a 2000W mining-oriented power supply

 

This PSU is designed to help miners work around the difficulties associated with using multiple consumer-grade power supplies for mining, as parallel loading with either partial or heavy load at all times causing instability or potential system failure over time. The time to RMA dead PSUs takes away precious mining time, making a single, higher wattage PSU a better option. Lowering the number of potential points of failure will make for a more reliable system. 

More information on FSP's FSP2000-A0GPBI 2000W power supply can be viewed on FSP's website here.  

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