I would like to thank OCZ
and PC Power & Cooling
for providing the test sample.
Specifications from manufacturer
- 750W Continuous @ 40C (825W Peak)
- Up to 90% (10dB) Less Noise per Watt
- ATI CrossFire Certified (HD 2900XT)
- High Efficiency (83%); .99 Active PFC
- +12VDC @ 60A (Powerful Single Rail)
- Rock-Solid, Super-Clean DC Output
- 24-pin, 8-pin, 4-pin M/B Connectors
- Quad PCI-E and 15 Drive Connectors
- Automatic Fan Speed Control Circuit
- 3-Year Warranty and Tech Support
The package of the Silencer 750W Quad is probably the biggest understatement of a package I have ever seen. The white cardboard box looks quite dull and only people who know "PC Power & Cooling" would ever look twice at it when seeing it in a shop. On the other hand it is a package that nobody else uses, so it's unique.
Update: PC Power & Cooling sent me a picture of the new box art to be coming soon - very nice.
- Power supply unit
- Power Cord
- Instruction Manual
- Test report (only when purchased at time of order) Sample Report
|Connectors||Main Power||5.25"||Floppy||4 Pin CPU||SerialATA||PCI-E Aux Power|
|ATX 24 Pin||8||1||1 + 2||6||2x6 + 2x6+2|
At first look these cable lengths might look kinda odd to you. But when you think about it it actually makes sense. In a small case you can use the short 5.25" cable so there is no extra cable to hide. If you are using a huge case you can easily connect components not far from the PSU with the short one, and the longer cables also let you reach components further away or allow for some clean cable routing.