PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencer S75EPS PSU

Connectors

Connectors

On the previously tested PCP&C Turbocool 1kw PSU, I was thoroughly impressed with the number of cables and connectors on the unit. Hopefully the Silencer 750w will follow in its big brothers footsteps - after all, what use is 750w of power if you don't have enough connectors to utilise it all!

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It's good to see that PCP&C has professionally sleeved every cable right up to the first connector for better airflow and a tidier look. It would have been nice to see all cables fully sleeved up to the very end connector, but this would serve no purpose other than for cosmetics.

PCP&C 750w Silencer ATX PCP&C 750w Silencer EPS12V

The S750EPS comes with a 24-Pin ATX connector and no way of reducing the connector down to 20-Pin. This is most likely due to the unit being native EPS12v (as suggested by the unit's name). People wanting to use this unit on an older style 20-pin ATX motherboard will need to purchase a 24-Pin to 20-Pin connector seperately.

Quite a few of the most recently released motherboards still utilise the 4-Pin (P412v) connector, and for this reason PCP&C have included both P412v and EPS12v (8-pin) cables on the Silencer to ensure full compatibility.

ATX EPS12V PCI-E

SATA Molex Floppy

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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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