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    400-500Watt PSU shootout

    We've recently been testing a handful of PSUs. Some quite powerful, some very powerful, but none that you might call 'silly'. In this review we have tested four PSUs, all within the range of 400W to 470W and so competing for the same kind of users, or thereabouts. Let's see how they compare.
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    Passive PSUs

    Um, how would the FSP Zen 400W compare to, say, the Antec Phantom (350W or 500W)?

    Oh, BTW, is the Zen 400W just a renamed Silentmaxx Fanless 400W MX460-PFL01?

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    Not sure for your first question, but in answer to the second one: I don't think so; I believe it's a new product FSP has developed themselves.
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