Tuesday, January 25th 2022

be quiet! Expands Pure Power 11 FM Series with 850 W & 1000 W Models

be quiet!, the German manufacturer for premium PC components, is expanding its Pure Power 11 FM power supply range with two high-wattage models: 850 W and 1000 W. Pure Power 11 FM is aimed at mainstream computer users who appreciate the versatility of modular cables and 80 PLUS Gold efficiency up to 93.9 percent. The new high-wattage options are specifically aimed at value-oriented PC systems with high-end graphics cards.

At be quiet!, Pure Power stands for peerless dependability and a comprehensive feature set at a competitive price point. The new additions tot he Pure Power 11 FM series are no exceptions: by exclusively using fully modular instead of fixed cables, only cables that serve a purpose are installed, resulting in a smoother airflow, lower temperatures, and easier handling inside the case. Pure Power 11 FM comes equipped with black flat cables for all common connections and a black sleeved 20+4-pin ATX power cable. With two independent 12 V rails for signal stability, up to six PCI-Express connectors, and power output options now ranging up to an impressive 1000 watts, Pure Power 11 FM is fully suited for silent PC configurations and even gaming systems with a high-end graphics card.
Pure Power 11 FM is 80 PLUS Gold certified with an efficiency rating of up to 93.9 percent, a truly outstanding level for this PSU class. The most compelling benefits of this high efficiency are lower power consumption, lower electricity costs and a cooler, quieter operation. Pure Power 11 FM is equipped with LLC + SR + DC/DC technology for advanced stability and voltage regulation. Cooling is achieved with a silence-optimized 120 mm be quiet! fan with airflow-optimized fan blades, enabling the extraordinarily silent operation that be quiet! is famous for. As usual, all modern protection circuits (including UVP, OVP, SCP, OPP, OCP, and OTP) are integrated. be quiet! offers a 5-year manufacturer's warranty on all Pure Power 11 FM.

Pricing & Availability

The be quiet! Pure Power 11 FM 850 W and 1000 W will be available to purchase from February 8th.
  • Pure Power 11 FM 850 W - €124.90 $129.90 £109.99
  • Pure Power 11 FM 1000 W - €154.90 $159.90 £134.99
Source: be quiet!
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7 Comments on be quiet! Expands Pure Power 11 FM Series with 850 W & 1000 W Models

#1
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
So this is a radio tuner too?
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#2
thelawnet
"value-oriented PC systems with high-end graphics cards."

Lol.
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#3
seth1911
eidairaman1So this is a radio tuner too?
:laugh: :laugh: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
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#4
Chrispy_
5 year warranty when everyone else in the sector is offering 7 or 10 years?

Otherwise I'm happy with my two BeQuiet supplies that have performed admirably through several upgrades. Hell, one of them (A 2012 Pure Power L8 530W) is only 80+ Bronze but still to this day whisper-quiet and keeping a dGPU system rock stable after umpteen CPU/GPU changes. It's handled a 2070S and R5 3600 without issue, which I think is impressive for such an old piece of kit in near-constant use. Today's spec is a 30W lighter load but it's yet more proof that the warranty length matters and that getting a well-made unit is a worthy investment. Thanks to JonnyGuru for that one and @crmaris for picking up the torch since he left the scene.
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#5
watzupken
I am actually quite disturbed by the fact that new PSUs are lacking the connections for future GPUs and motherboard. When Nvidia is pushing 12 pin PCI-E power hard and Intel also pushing for the ATX 12VO standard, PSU makers are knowingly churning out what will be obsolete in some time, which is basically planned obsolescence in my opinion. While these are still not standards yet, but it can't hurt to include say a 2x 8pin PCI-E power to 12 pin cable in there for example. The only PSU that I can find with the 2x 8pin PCI-E to 12 pin cable is the ultra expensive Asus ROG Thor Platinum 2.
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#6
Testsubject01
watzupkenI am actually quite disturbed by the fact that new PSUs are lacking the connections for future GPUs and motherboard. When Nvidia is pushing 12 pin PCI-E power hard and Intel also pushing for the ATX 12VO standard, PSU makers are knowingly churning out what will be obsolete in some time, which is basically planned obsolescence in my opinion. While these are still not standards yet, but it can't hurt to include say a 2x 8pin PCI-E power to 12 pin cable in there for example. The only PSU that I can find with the 2x 8pin PCI-E to 12 pin cable is the ultra expensive Asus ROG Thor Platinum 2.
Why raise the quality of the standard, if you can offer it at a premium? :( It's also sad to see, that PSU manufacturers seem to be in agreement, that next gen stuff will guzzle even more power.
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#7
juular
watzupkenI am actually quite disturbed by the fact that new PSUs are lacking the connections for future GPUs and motherboard.
Load-side connectors are well, load-side. Nothing keeps them from offering cable kits when these new connectors would be actually adopted. Seasonic and Corsair already offer 12-pin GPU cables, the 'new' 12+4pin connector is the same thing just without optional 4-pin part. And there are no new motherboard connector yet. Maybe you're thinking about ATX12VO but it wasn't adopted by anyone in the consumer market yet. Adding extra useless cables costs money which either raises the price of a PSU or requires costdowns in other parts.
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