Thanks. Seems to be little info about it on the web. Maybe because it is a low power unit and 650+ W seem to be popular among enthusiasts...
One of the websites i do trust on PSU tests is hardwaresecrets, and they reviewed same series but the higher, but hard to say if it would be similar, FSP Group AURUM GOLD 700W (AU-700) ATX12V/EPS 12V SLI Certified CrossFire ready 80PLUS GOLD Certified Compatible with Core i7 Power Supply
, here is the review, link
. FSP in the past has been totally slaughter by reviews, but this new line seems decent, shame there is no more reviews of their PSUs, seems like a viable option.
Trouble is I'm looking for a PSU for a Lian-Li PC-Q25. From what I've read, a 160 mm long modular PSU won't fit in there. Also, seems PSUs are either non-modular and 140 mm long, or modular and 160 mm long, so I'm limited to the former category. Among those, there seems to be very little choice.
Since you are set on the Q25, checking newegg reviews of the LIAN LI PC-Q25B Black / Silver Aluminum Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case
, you can search inside, one uses the SILVERSTONE Strider Plus ST50F-P 500W ATX 12V v2.3 & EPS 12V 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply
, dimensions 5.91" x 3.39" x 5.51" = 140mm
(most this days are 6.3'' = 160mm like the Seasonic X series, Corsair AX/HX Series, Kingwin, etc), and its fully modular
but not sure how it will be in terms of noise (fan and coil). Here is a review from it, HardwareSecretes Review Silverstone Strider Plus 500W Power Supply
, in the review you can even see the fan it uses, Yate loon D12BH-12
, you could try a fan swap if its too noisy. There is even a Silverstone Short Cable Set For Silverstone Strider Series Modular PSU Model PP05
that might make your life easier on building with the Q25, because of the limited space, but crosscheck it works with it before buying.