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SilverStone Readies the Zeus ZM1350 1,350 W Power Supply

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    Already seen at several trade shows, SilverStone's 1,350 W Zeus Series power supply is now (finally) preparing its retail arrival. Codenamed ZM1350, this unit measures 150 (W) x 86 (H) x 230 (D) mm and features a peak power output of 1,500 W (1,350 W continuous), a fully-modular design, an 80 Plus Silver efficiency rating, Active PFC, six 12V rails (there's also a single rail mode), an 80 mm dual ball bearing fan, and a MTBF of 100,000 hours.

    Unfortunately SilverStone hasn't announced a price tag for the Zeus ZM1350.

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    Wow... 1 80mm fan to cool that thing... I bet it's gonna be loud when the PSU's under full load... :)
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    All I can think of when I see that box art is Age of Mythology.
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    Would be fine for Platinum unit. But 80 mm fan to cool a 1.35 kW 80+ Silver PSU? It must be stuffed with heatsinks... Or loud as... thunder. Zeus is god of thunder, right? :D

    We'll see about that 1% regulation claim.
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    80MM fans on PSUs are a trap...
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    Hello seventeam...:toast:
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    I have one on my tpq-850 and it's fine...
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    I have one on my TPQ 850 and its crap, noisy as hell.
    80MM fans are necessarily doomed to die younger and make more noise than 120MM ones.
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    Platinum units don't get that hot as they're very efficient; that 80mm fan will be noisy at full load only. I can't wait for a review.
    EDIT: My bad, it's not platinum but silver.
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    Looks good to me.
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    Needs to dissipate almost 200w of heat if its 85% efficient, the 80mm fan needs to work quite hard to dissipate that.
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    If you want to get rid of it just LMK I have been shopping around for one. I want to do a dual PSU case mod with it and need matching units.

    On a side note it sits next to a pair of 250CFM Delta fans that run at 7v drowning out any noise the PSU makes.

    Here are the specs on the fan installed

    http://www.tme.eu/en/details/pf80251b3-q99/dc12v-fans/sunon/pf80251b3-000u-q99/

    53CFM@44.5dBa@4200RPM

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