PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencer S75EPS PSU
Published: 25th September 2006 | Source: PCP&C | Price: |Appearance
The first thing that strikes you about the Silencer 750w is its finish. Painted in metallic copper, the Silencer 750w sparkles like a bar of gold under direct light. Regardless of whether you love or hate the colour, it's clear to see that PCP&C have listened to computer enthusiasts who rant on how boring a matt black PSU is these days. For those of us who have a PC colour scheme not suited to this unit, PCP&C do still offer the Silencer 750w in a matt black finish on request.
Measuring in at 149x86x180mm (WxHxD) the Silencer 750w is roughly the same size as a standard ATX PSU, which is great news for those of us with small cases or limited space around the PSU area. The unit also felt very heavy in comparison with some of our previously tested power supplies, which is generally a sign of a good quality unit.
A specifications sticker has been placed on top of the unit, which (in my opinion) is a much better place for the sticker, as it doesn't cover over the parts of the power supply you are likely to see with the unit installed inside your case.
The front of the unit also has a small lip with two wide screw holes. I can only assume that this can be used to bolt the end of the power supply to the top of a case, thus stopping the end of the power supply from 'sagging' downwards under the weight of its internal components.