Dagger Pro 650W Gold SFX Power Supply
First up is the fan side, which shows the integrated 92mm fan. The fan will not even start until over 20% loading, so normal desktop usage will likely not need the fan spinning and will run passively.
The side decal is simple and almost feels like a paper label. The case has a textured paint finish, so you could remove this label for a clean textured finish if you do not like the decal styling or if the PSU is visible in your build.
The side opposite of the fan is where we find the sped table decal. Here we see the serial number label and a broad array of safety and certification logos. The output table is also here directly on the unit in case you needed to reference it.
The small opposing side shows another of the same decal as the other side.
The input side of the Dagger Pro 650W Gold SFX is simple, having the power toggle and the AC input connector. The 'power never ends' slogan is found here, as we observed on the Hydro G, which we looked at previously.
The output side of the unit shows the modular connectors. The Dagger pro employs enough connectors to fit every cable included; just be mindful that each GPU lead has a single connector, which means that only one GPU could be used with this unit. This is quite smart of FSP as it avoids most users from exceeding standard loading capability if the GPU cables were pigtails splitting off to two 6+2 connectors that would likely exceed the capabilities of the unit.
Last updated: Nov 27, 2019 at 06:11 am CST
- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Hardware & Documentation]
- Page 4 [Dagger Pro 650W Gold SFX Power Supply]
- Page 5 [Real World Test System & Observations]
- Page 6 [Final Thoughts]