Today we're taking a look at the Hydro PTM X Pro 1000W ATX 3.0, FSP’s latest ATX 3.0-compliant unit. FSP released one of the first ATX 3.0 units in the market, the Hydro G Pro series, which we took a look at a couple of months ago. In comparison to that power supply, the PTM X Pro series is aimed at system builders seeking a higher level of performance, with the primary discernible difference being the 80 Plus Platinum efficiency certification. In order to get there, FSP had to build a platform with even better power regulation, giving the Hydro PTM X Pro a level of electrical excellence that few PSUs can match.
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