Main Specifications

The main specifications for the FSP Aurum Pro 850 W power supply include:

  • Standards: ATX12V 2.3 and EPS12V 2.92
  • Nominal labeled power: 850 W
  • Measured maximum power: 998.6 W at 44.6° C
  • Labeled efficiency: 80 Plus Gold, 87% minimum at light (i.e., 20%) and full loads, 90% minimum at typical (i.e., 50%) load
  • Measured efficiency: Between 86.9% and 90.9%, at 115 V (nominal, see complete results for actual voltage)
  • Active PFC: Yes
  • Modular Cabling System: Yes
  • Motherboard Power Connectors: One 24-pin connector and two ATX12V connectors that together form an EPS12V connector, permanently attached to the power supply, and one EPS12V connector on the modular cabling system
  • Video Card Power Connectors: Two six/eight-pin connectors on one cable permanently attached to the power supply and six six/eight-pin connectors on three cables on the modular cabling system
  • SATA Power Connectors: 10 on four cables, modular cabling system
  • Peripheral Power Connectors: Six on three cables, modular cabling system
  • Floppy Disk Drive Power Connectors: One
  • Protections (as listed by the manufacturer): Over voltage (OVP), under voltage (UVP), over current (OCP), over power (OPP), over temperature (OTP), and short-circuit (SCP) protections
  • Are the above protections really available? Couldn’t test
  • Warranty: Five years
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  • Average Price in the U.S.*: USD 180.00

* Researched at on the day we published this review.

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