PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencer S75EPS PSU

Specifications

Specifications

The following specification has been taken in most part from PC Power & Cooling's website:

Our new Silencer 750 EPS12V power supply gives you legendary PC Power and Cooling performance and reliability along with a unique ultra-quiet cooling design, brilliant copper finish, and a price that seals the deal.

• 750W @ 40C (825W peak)
• 90% less noise per watt
• EPS12V / nVidia SLI certified
• 83% efficiency with .99 PFC
• 12VDC output @ 60A
• 24, 8, 4-pin M/B connectors
• 2 PCI-E and 15 drive plugs
• Automatic fan speed control
• Copper finish (Black on request)
• 3-year warranty and support

Specifications

What I like most about the S75EPS is its single +12v rail layout which produces an amazing 60 amps. The biggest advantage of a single +12v rail is that you needn't worry about balancing the load from your devices across multiple rails. For this reason, the Silencer 750w is an ideal candidate for the high-end SLI or Crossfire setup.

Cable Layout

Impressively, the S75EPS manages to cram all of its components into a casing much the same size as a standard ATX power supply. The unit also boasts plenty of connectors with a minimal number of cables...but more on this over the next few pages.

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Most Recent Comments

25-09-2006, 12:28:19

JN
"PC Power & Cooling are often regarded as the "Crème de la Crème" of the power supply world. Today I'll be putting their 750w Silencer through its paces to see if it lives up to their reputation."

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25-09-2006, 12:35:10

ai_01
was actually hoping you'd review this psu... gj as usual.. kinda sad how loud it is.. think it would of done better with a 120mm fan. btw the forum linky at the end is broken or no linkage.

25-09-2006, 12:38:39

JN
Yeah it is a tad on the loud side when under full load. However, after speaking with someone that uses one 24/7 - it remains really quiet for them in their Conroe rig. Its just when you push past 35a on the 12v rail that it starts to pipe up the noise a bit.

IMO they could have chosen a better fan (41dba @ 12v is a bit loud), but they did a good job of keeping it quiet in most situations.

25-09-2006, 15:02:13

FarFarAway
I luff PCP&C's....mmmmmm
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