Be Quiet reveals their new SFX-L Power series of PSUs

A small form factor PSU with silent operation

Be Quiet reveals their new SFX-L Power series of PSUs

Be Quiet reveals their new SFX-L Power series of PSUs

 
Be Quiet's mission is obvious, to offer PC builders with silent systems, offering cooling solutions for CPUs, chassis fans and PSUs that are designed to offer quiet operation. 

  
Small form factor PSUs can be particularly troublesome, as their compact design often requires the use of smaller fan designs, which will need to spin at higher RPMs to adequately cool the unit, producing a lot of noise in the process. Be Quiet's new SFX-L Power series of PSUs manages to fit a larger 120mm fan onto their unit to increase its cooling capabilities, while also offering 80+ Gold Levels of efficiency.

These new units will come with modular cables and ship with either 500W or 600W variants, which should be more than adequate for any small form factor system. SFX-L Power series PSUs will also ship with an ATX adapter, which will allow this PSU to be fitted onto an ATX sized chassis when required. 

Be Quiet reveals their new SFX-L Power series of PSUs

 

  

These PSUs will be available with MSRPs of €109 / $119 / £95 for the 500W version and €129 / $145 / £115 for the 600W version. 

 

You can join the discussion on Be Quiet's new SFX-L Power series of PSUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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29-08-2017, 10:29:32

AngryGoldfish
Very nice specifications.Quote

29-08-2017, 12:45:59

NeverBackDown
Very nice indeed. Would get the 500w unit and put it in a Node 202 with a 1080 and have a console sized monster of a PC.Quote

30-08-2017, 08:38:32

Digikid
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Very nice indeed. Would get the 500w unit and put it in a Node 202 with a 1080 and have a console sized monster of a PC.
You need a 600W for a 1070 so why do you think a 500W for a 1080 would be sufficient?

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30-08-2017, 08:42:54

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by Digikid View Post
You need a 600W for a 1070 so why do you think a 500W for a 1080 would be sufficient?

Que?

http://i.imgur.com/8lK7Ehl.jpg

The 1070 "requires" a 500w PSU. That is Nvidia's reccs, though they always over shoot it by 100w just so they don't have lawsuits on their hands.

The 1080 reccs are identical. 500W. In other words providing you are not a belmet you could safely use a 400w or less PSU and you would be more than safe.Quote

30-08-2017, 08:50:31

Digikid
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Que?

http://i.imgur.com/8lK7Ehl.jpg

The 1070 "requires" a 500w PSU. That is Nvidia's reccs, though they always over shoot it by 100w just so they don't have lawsuits on their hands.

The 1080 reccs are identical. 500W. In other words providing you are not a belmet you could safely use a 400w or less PSU and you would be more than safe.
oh okay. I was just going by what was on the box of my MSI Gaming X 1070. For some reason they said 600W. Thanks for clearing that up. Quote
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