PC Power & Cooling 750w Silencer S75EPS PSU



The PCP&C Silencer 750w is an amazing unit. Following in the footsteps of PCP&C's highly regarded Turbo-Cool range, the Silencer managed to breeze through our tests without even flinching. Rail stability was excellent, exhibiting little or no fluctuation what so ever - something we hardly ever see when placing PSU's on the OC3D test bed.

PCP&C have also managed to greatly improve the efficiency of the Silencer 750w over some of their previous units as you can see from the 82.9% result calculated by our tests. PCP&C have clearly proven that it is possible to have masses of stable power without breaking into a sweat when the electricity bill arrives.

The only real gripe that I have with this unit is its noise levels at full load. I was really hoping that the Silencer would be whisper quiet regardless of the load, but to expect this of a unit cooled by an 80mm fan is slighty unrealistic. It would be nice if PCP&C could reconsider the fan chosen for the S75EPS, as there are many fans available with better specifications than the ADDA. Maybe then I could award this unit the 100% it is so close to deserving.

The PCP&C Silencer 750w is in limited supply here in the UK, but thankfully can be purchased over at Extreme Prometeia for a reasonable £146.

+ High efficiency results at 82.9%
+ Rock solid rails with little to no fluctuation.
+ Unique metallic copper painted finish.
+ Plenty of connectors
+ Well designed interior layout
+ Whisper quiet at idle and moderate loads.

- Fairly noisy under full load.
- No adjustable potentiometers (not that they are needed).

Editors Choice

Thanks to PC Power & Cooling for providing this unit for review.

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Most Recent Comments

25-09-2006, 12:35:10

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.Quote

25-09-2006, 12:38:39

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.Quote

25-09-2006, 15:02:13

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

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