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Fractal Design Ion+ Platinum 660P PSU Review

The Fractal Ion+ 660P is a clean looking power supply with a neutral colour scheme set to appeal to system builders. That said, with more and more cases coming with PSU shrouds, this is likely less of a problem.

The chassis measures 150mm x 150mm x 86 mm and weighs 1.61kg.

Beneath the metal grille lies a large 140mm fan. Fractal say this is a FDB fan (Fluid Dynamic Bearing) – these are generally lower noise fans with good long life and reliability. We will take a closer look at it when we open the unit.

One side of the unit has a vented panel to help with airflow, as well as a power on/off switch and a power connector.

The other side of the power supply is home to the modular bay, all clearly labelled. There is also a switch here to toggle the semi passive fan mode.

Fractal Design Ion+ Platinum 660P PSU
DC Output
+3.3V
+5V
+12V
-12V
+5Vsb
Max Output
20A
20A
55A
0.3A
3A
Total Power 110W 660W 3.6W 15W
660W

The single +12V rail is able to deliver 55 Amps for 660W of the total load. This is plenty for a single GPU system in 2019. Interesting to see that Fractal have placed the power characteristic sticker on the rear – this can be seen from the outside of the system build when the power supply is installed. Good or bad? Its certainly intentional and the first time we have seen a company do this.

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