FSP FlexGURU 300W Flex ATX Power Supply Review (Page 4)

| Jan 3, 2020 at 12:48 pm CST
Rating: 91%Manufacturer: FSPModel: FSP300-50FCB

FlexGURU 300W Power Supply


The bottom of the FlexGURU is up first. This is the side that will sit flat against your chassis and therefore is blank, bare metal with only the 40mm fan showing through.

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Here we rotate the FlexGURU ninety degrees, and we have the side with a "warranty void" sticker in place. Due to the right to repair laws, I do not believe these are enforceable in the USA, but I could be wrong. Many brands use these as they sell the unit globally, and in many areas, it is applicable.

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Here we have the top of the PSU where you can see the output label along with the part number and serial number applied. To the right, we see the 40mm fan along with the output PCB, and it's dual modular connectors.

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Flipping the unit over again, we see the opposing side as before, but this side does not have a warranty void sticker in place. Here we can also see the smaller connector, which connects adjacent to the large modular connectors and is attached to the main ATX cables.

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Here we have the input side of the FlexGURU. Being its super small form factor, we do not have a power toggle and instead only have the main AC input along with some open grille area for heat to exhaust.

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Here we flip around again, and we have the output side of the FlexGURU. The larger black modular connector is for the main ATX 24-pin cable along with the 4+4 EPS connector. The white 8-pin connector also comes from the main harness, while the leftmost smaller connector is for the peripheral connectors.

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