Monday, April 27th 2009

PC Power & Cooling Introduces the Silencer 910 PSU

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and PC components, today unveiled the new Silencer 910 power supply from PC Power & Cooling. The Silencer line has proven itself as one of the most trusted PSU series on the market over the past twenty years, built for absolute stability and reliability for high end enthusiast systems, and the newest addition to our legendary Silencer series completes the family of ultra-quiet highly reliable and efficient PSUs which now range from 370W to the new 910W (1KW peak). Featuring an industry-leading 80+ Silver Certification, the Silencer 910 offers one of the highest efficiencies on the market combined with a power output to meet the demands of the most component-heavy systems. Where ultimate power meets top efficiency, the robust Silencer 910 is the ideal solution for today’s high-end gaming systems and professional workstations.


“PC Power & Cooling has a rich history when it comes to highly efficient, maximum-performance power supplies,” stated Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management for OCZ Technology. “With the release of the newest member of our legendary Silencer series, we continue a long-standing commitment of building quality PSUs that began nearly a quarter century ago. Today’s enthusiast and mission-critical market expects the highest efficiency possible while still maintaining reliable, cutting-edge performance, and the new PC&C Silencer 910 delivers on these requirements and more, offering the ultimate high-performance package retailing under $200.”

Designed to offer consumers a combination of legendary PSU architecture and the ultimate in quiet power management, the Silencer 910 is the optimal power solution for gamers and enthusiasts with multiple power-hungry drives and video cards. The Silencer delivers 910 Watts of continuous power and 1KW at its peak, and offers a temperature rating of 50C, twice that of the industry standard. Garnering an 80+ Silver Certification, the Silencer 910 is one of the highest efficiency PSUs on the market for energy and cost savings at 88% efficiency typical load.

Next-generation platforms and high-performance graphics cards are essential components for modern gaming and enthusiast system builds. Tested and qualified under NVIDIA’s renowned certification program, the rock solid Silencer 910 edition not only meets a high standard of quality, but guarantees superior compatibly with the latest graphic cards to provide sufficient output to even the most demanding GPUs and cutting-edge platforms. Featuring rock-solid, super-clean DC output, a powerful Single Rail +12VDC (74A), and complete array of connectors including quad PCI-Express, 24-pin, dual 8-pin, and 4/8-pin motherboard connectors, this PSU can power an array of high end components.

With a history of over 20 years building long-lasting, investment-grade PSUs, PC Power built the Silencer 910 using the highest quality components and circuitry to provide one of the highest MTBF ratings on the market at over 100,000 hours. The Silencer 910 offers the industry's most powerful yet versatile design on the market, backed by an industry-leading 5-Year warranty commitment and the in-depth knowledge of PC Power & Cooling technical support.

The product page can be found hereSource: OCZ Technology
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13 Comments on PC Power & Cooling Introduces the Silencer 910 PSU

#1
Kursah
I'm sure that's a great PSU, my Silencer 750 has been one of the most solid PSU's I've ever owned. The PSU never gets hot the 80mm fan is very quiet and my voltage is rock solid. If I was gonna go for more power it'd probably be the Silencer 910. Though my 750 is great, 60A 12+v rail, too many cables, the only thing I wish it had was modular support.
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#2
douglatins
How the hell can Asus get a MTBF of 500,000 if other high grade brands cant? I´m stumped. :banghead:
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#3
mlee49
DAMN! Price per watt is dropping! This is awesome news for the consumer. I remember last year when a quality 800W from PCP&C cost $400.
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AsRock
TPU addict
Sweet, so there 850w going drop in price too ?.. To be honest though i cannot see me using any other than my current one till the warranty runs out at least lol
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#5
EarlZ
I dont know why its called silence, the 80mm fan is a tad bit loud.
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#6
erocker
I can't hear my fan at all. Sometimes fan bearings are bad or go bad and isn't the case with every Silencer.
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#7
Imsochobo
i bought 2 of the 750's for 140 british pounds. do 140 £ in USD or EUR or whatever youre currency is ;)

Thats a bargain, 1500 W for 140 british pounds!

A little note from me, i peaked 940 W on the 750 W, its said to have a 850 W peak, and well, Quadfire with 3.5 ghz PHI (4870's) and 6 drives really pushed it, still using them both at same time in my rig.

Gotta love singlerail! thats what makes them best buy, and the fact that many many cases cant have a 120 MM on bottom, like mine with dualpsu.
They are also pretty quiet, but not as many 120MM psu units, overall, all my friends and me included are very satisfied with Pc power & cooling, there have been bad batches, and the current(s) are good here in norway.
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AsRock
TPU addict
by: erocker
I can't hear my fan at all. Sometimes fan bearings are bad or go bad and isn't the case with every Silencer.
Same here, Although if it was making some noise due to how fast it was going i would not care at least i would know it's doing it's job then not like some that are so so quite they cannot do whats needed of them.

Some reviews were comming out with that comment and i was all WTF.
i bought 2 of the 750's for 140 british pounds. do 140 £ in USD or EUR or whatever youre currency is ;)
UK Pound 70 = about $115 which is about the same price here in the US and i'd say considering your in the UK you got a dam good price.
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#9
EarlZ
@erocker,AsRock

Fan noise is really subjective to the listener. Some people even complain how loud a 800rpm scythe fan is.

@Imsochobo

Wow 940watts!
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#10
tonschk
I got this PC power&cooling 910W PSU , in my opinion the ball bearings neen to be replaced with Fluid Dynamic bearings or may be Enter bearings or Rifle bearings
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tonschk
Hi there , I already replaced the noisy ball bearing fan with a GELID sleeve bearing fan ( lubricated by myself with a creamy Zirconium grease ) , now this Silencer 910W is finally total silent ,of course I swap upside down the direction of the airflow inside the PSU to allow only fresh air to enter into the PSU , the case is also a Silverstone RAVEN RV02 modded upside down , to allow vertical airflow please see the pictures

I have found another intresting advantage of the PC Power & Cooling 80mm layout , the 80mm fan allow partial airflow below ( and also above ) the PCB inside the PSU , the 120mm layout fan cannot send airflow below the PCB of the PSU



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#12
tonschk
Update , I just have another possible fan to swap the stock ADDA ball bearing fan , this AKASA PWM 90mm black fan also run very silent



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#13
tonschk
Update , the PC Power & Cooling 910W PSU inside the Coolermaster CM590 , probably I will keep this PSU fanless inside the CM590 ( case rotated 90 degrees ) because the two 140mm fans will suck the hot air out of the case and therefore the cool air will coming inside the case through the bottom grills





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