Wednesday, June 27th 2007

PC Power and Cooling Launches the CrossFire Edition Silencer 750 Quad PSU

OCZ Technology Group today announced the release of the Silencer 750 Quad CrossFire Edition under the PC Power & Cooling line. Designed to offer consumers a combination of legendary PSU architecture and the ultimate in quiet power management, the CrossFire Silencer is the ideal power solution for gamers and ATI enthusiasts. The "fiery red" exterior of this special edition PSU is the perfect compliment to any CrossFire-based high performance graphics system or gaming PC.


Next-generation platforms and high-performance graphics cards are essential components for modern gaming and enthusiast system builds. Tested and qualified under AMD's renowned certification program, the rock solid Silencer CrossFire edition not only meets a high standard of quality, but guarantees superior compatibly with CrossFire technology as it is built to provide sufficient output to even the most demanding GPUs and cutting-edge platforms. Complete with an array of connectors (quad PCI-Express, 24-pin, dual 8-pin, and 4-pin motherboard connectors), this PSU is one of the only units equipped to power HD 2900 XT CrossFire technology.

Delivering 750 Watts of continuous power, all Silencer 750 Quad high-efficiency power supplies offer the industry's most powerful single rail design on the market; and if noise is a concern, the Silencer 750 Quad series is engineered to be the quietest PSU available, with up to 90% (10dB) less noise per watt. Expertly designed by PC Power & Cooling engineers, the powerful Silencer 750 Quad CrossFire Edition remains virtually silent even at peak loads.

"The CrossFire edition of our Silencer 750 Quad commemorates a long-standing working relationship with AMD/ATI," stated Doug Dodson, CTO of Power Management for OCZ and PC Power & Cooling. "Not only has the performance of the Silencer 750 CrossFire been certified by AMD for dual HD 2900XT graphics cards, but AMD uses the powerful PSU themselves, and has approved the special red finish that looks awesome in a CrossFire system."

All Silencer 750 Quad CrossFire power supplies come backed with an industry-leading three year warranty and unbeatable support for the ultimate peace of mind.

The new Silencer 750 Quad CrossFire Edition is now available from the PC Power & Cooling online store (http://www.pcpower.com) and a variety of retailer and e-tail outlets, including AMD's own shop.ati.com.

For more information on the PC Power & Cooling Silencer Quad CrossFire edition, please visit the product page here.Source: OCZ Technology
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15 Comments on PC Power and Cooling Launches the CrossFire Edition Silencer 750 Quad PSU

#1
EastCoasthandle
this makes absolutely no sense at all. The Silencer 750 is more then enough
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#2
bruins004
Its a marketing gimmick.
Plus people will buy it because its red lol
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#3
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I like the color. I like knowing its crossfire quad compatible. this way, there is no mistake. I didnt know the OLD QUAD 750 had the 8 pin outputs on them. eitherway, spiffy psu.
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#4
OnBoard
That will look ugly in anything but red/blac case :/
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#5
Dippyskoodlez
psh.

It'll out perform anything else.

Who cares?

Anyone using Quad SLI/Xfire probably isn't worried about a red component.

Especially considering most of the cases that would house such a monster, hide the psu. ;)
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#6
AsRock
TPU addict
Why such negitivity against it ?... And whot i am not seeing is it 40c >100,000. Then again my CoolMax CXI 600w does not even do 12v correctly it's more like 11v and less when gaming :(.

Does not seem like it can get enough air to as most of the air vents look blocked.
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#7
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
From what I can see....that PSU to me looks to run VERY hot. im not sure about the lower end models but as far as i know it has just 1 80MM or 90MM fan.....

& if u are drawing a tremendous amount of wattage from the PSU's that fan is either going to break or the PSU is going to fly off like a jet with an afterburner. anyway u look at it, its going to be pretty noisy
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#8
Dippyskoodlez
by: FreedomEclipse
From what I can see....that PSU to me looks to run VERY hot. im not sure about the lower end models but as far as i know it has just 1 80MM or 90MM fan.....

& if u are drawing a tremendous amount of wattage from the PSU's that fan is either going to break or the PSU is going to fly off like a jet with an afterburner. anyway u look at it, its going to be pretty noisy
I've got a silencer 610.


Its fine.

My antec is louder.

People have just been brainwashed by PSU's that have to have multiple fans.
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#9
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
PCP&C design their psus in such a way that heat isnt an issue. Quiet efficient cooling is another plus when dealing with them. TOP QUALITY components and no cooling issues.
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#10
Ketxxx
Heedless Psychic
Overall PSU design looks ok, they should of fitted another fan thouh, utilising the proven "pull & push" system.
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#11
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: Dippyskoodlez
I've got a silencer 610.


Its fine.

My antec is louder.

People have just been brainwashed by PSU's that have to have multiple fans.
Its not the Issue with multiple fans I assure you. my tagan has 1 big 120MM at the bottom but u dont see me complaining about it being just 1 fan.

either PSU manufactuering has been stepped up to a point where they now use components that dont heat up that much at all?

but it still seems a little weird to have 1 80/90MM fan only on the back specially when your going to be drawing so much power from it to run your quad SLi's. 5Ghz Cpu's, water cooling & whatever else you can rig up to your pc.

Im just saying because even tho my tagan has a 120MM on the bottom the PSU still gets pretty hot time to time & my room is pretty chill'd out most of the time. its cold but not too cold if u get what i mean.
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#12
Dippyskoodlez
by: FreedomEclipse
Its not the Issue with multiple fans I assure you. my tagan has 1 big 120MM at the bottom but u dont see me complaining about it being just 1 fan.

either PSU manufactuering has been stepped up to a point where they now use components that dont heat up that much at all?

but it still seems a little weird to have 1 80/90MM fan only on the back specially when your going to be drawing so much power from it to run your quad SLi's. 5Ghz Cpu's, water cooling & whatever else you can rig up to your pc.

Im just saying because even tho my tagan has a 120MM on the bottom the PSU still gets pretty hot time to time & my room is pretty chill'd out most of the time. its cold but not too cold if u get what i mean.
Trust me, its fine.

PCP&C knows what they're doing. ;)

My 610 doesn't even get warm. Its a single fan.
Its not the biggest load in the world, but PCP&C would never put their name on a dud power supply.
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#13
erocker
It's got 2 8 pin pci-e adaptors people, hence the "crossfire edition". Nothing gimmiky here.
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#14
domy85
I purchased this psu for my build thinking omg! the best! well the crossfire 750 model had a bad nasty problem with it frying within hours or days of having it. A large bad batch i would say. I was one of them that got it, but i rma'ed for a refund and got the turbo 860watt series to be safe. Just a little FYI if yours blows up.
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#15
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: domy85
I purchased this psu for my build thinking omg! the best! well the crossfire 750 model had a bad nasty problem with it frying within hours or days of having it. A large bad batch i would say. I was one of them that got it, but i rma'ed for a refund and got the turbo 860watt series to be safe. Just a little FYI if yours blows up.
wow happy new year :toast::roll::rockout:
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