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FSP releases their Hydro PTM+ liquid cooled 1400W power supply

The world's first water cooled PSU

FSP releases their Hydro PTM+ liquid cooled 1400W power supply

FSP releases their Hydro PTM+ liquid cooled 1400W power supply

FSP has finally released their long-awaited water cooled PSU, the Hydro PTM+ 1400W, a unit that is capable of doing the unthinkable by combining water and electricity.

This power supply features both water cooling and a backup fan, though without the help of liquid cooling this unit can only deliver up to 1200W, giving the Hydro PTM+ a 200W boost in electrical capacity when integrated into a water cooling loop. This PSU also features support for ASUS' Aura software, allowing this PSU to be easily integrated into your custom RGB lighting setup. 

FSP' Hydro PTM+ 1400W was designed in conjunction with Bitspower, who together have created a unique bundle to ship with the first 500 units of their new PSU design. This limited time offer gives buyers a free braided cable kit and a Bitspower AIO water cooling kit which includes a pump/reservoir combo, a 120mm radiator and a 120mm fan. More information about this bundle is available here.

FSP releases their Hydro PTM+ liquid cooled 1400W power supply


FSP has designed their Hydro PTM+ PSU with 100% Japanese capacitors and offers 80+ Platinum grade efficiency levels, a fully modular design and a semi-passive fan profile.    

This PSU is now available for purchase, with an MSRP of $699.99, which is extremely high for a 1400W unit, especially when considering the fact that it only offers 1200 watts of power until users add it to an expensive water cooling loop. 

You can join the discussion on FSP's Hydro PTM+ Liquid cooled PSU on the OC3D Forums

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07-02-2018, 05:36:04

tolagarf
Water cooled RGB LED soon? Because why not? Quote

07-02-2018, 06:51:28

Dark NighT
Given how efficient and cool power supplies are, i really don't see the point of watercooling them other then just because you can.Quote

07-02-2018, 07:57:31

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dark NighT View Post
Given how efficient and cool power supplies are, i really don't see the point of watercooling them other then just because you can.
Yeah, I agree with that. You can get higher wattage more efficient PSUs elsewhere anyway.

Just look at the AX1600i. It is 1600W, has 80+ Titanium Grade efficiency and has a lower price of £409.99.

http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/ax1600i...modular-psu-ukQuote

07-02-2018, 08:13:33

AlienALX
Couple of things. Firstly they were so lazy/tight that they just put a fan cover over the block. IMO they should have cut that into a frame so you can see the whole block. Fan grill makes for a terrible window. Secondly it WCs the bottom of the PSU only, so the PCB.

The last one to come out was under strict NDA and no one was allowed to take it apart. Probably because it was a total waste of space. The last one launched also did not have a fully passive WC mode and the fan spun regardless.

I don't even know why they bother to keep making these. If they were half height, fully passive and so on? I could see a point in it.Quote

07-02-2018, 08:16:56

Bartacus
This is one of those products released specifically for the "there's one born every minute" crowd.Quote
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