Are you looking for a power supply for next-generation graphics cards “here and now”? Although we do not recommend choosing models of this type before the new standard enters the market, because it does not make much sense, if you just need to replace the PSU with something stronger, know that FSP has something for you. I am talking about the 2000-watt Canon Pro power supply, which was theoretically created to provide access to power to next-generation graphics cards.
2000-watt Canon Pro from FSP, or how to survive several years without replacing the power supply
The $ 499.99 Cannon Pro 2000W from FSP doesn’t meet the latest ATX 3.0 standard, but it makes up for that with as many as eighteen 6 + 2-pin PCIe power connectors, being able to handle up to 9 cards. So this is strictly equipment for miners, but it does not hurt to connect it with a new generation card with a 12VHPWR connector through an adapter, obtaining, for example, 600 watts of power after pairing up to 4 traditional PCIe connectors.
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Despite its impressive capabilities, the Cannon Pro 2000W cooled by a 135mm fan with double ball bearings is not a colossus. It measures 200 x 150 x 86 mm and fits in a standard ATX case, reducing clutter with a fully modular design. Depending on the utility grid, it can deliver up to 2,000 watts of power at 92% efficiency using a single bus and DC to DC design, and its capabilities deserve 80 Plus Gold certification.