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Super Flower Unveils its Fanless 80 Plus Platinum PSU

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. btarunr

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    Super Flower unveiled its first 80 Plus Platinum-compliant fanless (silent) PSU. The SF-500P14FG 500W PSU features modular cabling, with enough connectors for a dual-GPU gaming PC. The SF-500P14FG features active PFC, LLC half-bridge resonant circuitry, synchronous rectifiers, DC-to-DC switching, and a single +12V rail design. The fan makes way for a chunky metal heatsink with vents. The heatsink directly draws heat from hot components such as FETs and rectifying bridge. Available with 5-year or lifetime warranty options, the SF-500P14FG will be introduced in the Chinese market, starting at 799 RMB (US $127).

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    I have a question, if I'm gonna get a computer with a fanless 500W power supply, do they make a fanless 660 (ti or non) and a heaksink big enough for to deal with the heat from a LGA 2011 CPU? Cause a power supply is already quiet if it's gonna be fanless it's gonna be a system with no fans except 1 200mm (or greater) and that's it. 500W of heat is alot to deal with so 1 fan is kinda needed (in my opinion).
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    I don't think this is the thread to be asking that. Go make another for that specific question. TPU users will answer accordingly
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    Just curious cause the relevance of this PSU seems very small to me.
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    I dunno, I think it would be good in a HTPC or perhaps a home server. The SLI certification is a bit out of place though.
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    Someone who is watercooling their rig with some noctua fans on the rad could make their system almost silent.
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    An e too much there in the title, bta.

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