Silencer 750 Quad power supply gives you legendary PC Power and Cooling performance and reliability along with a unique ultra-quiet cooling design, Quad PCI Express connectors, classic black finish, and a price that seals the deal.
Power Rating: 750 W
Power Supply Type: ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply
Product Title: PC Power & Cooling Silencer Quad ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply
Manufacturer: PC Power & Cooling
Power Score: 4.5 | 8 Reviews
Power Rating: 750 W
Product Type: ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply
Green Compliance: 80 Plus
Number of Fans: 1
MTBF: 100000 Hour
Dimensions: 3.40" Height x 5.90" Width x 7.10" Depth
Warranty Information: 5 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: 1 x 20+4 Pin Main Connector
Output Voltage: 5 V DC @ 3 A
Input Current: 10 A @110 V AC
Protection Type: Over Current
Green Compliance: Yes
Power Factor Correction (PFC): Active
NVIDIA SLI Support: Yes
Product Reviews (8)
Silencer 750 Quad
Strengths: More connections and wattage than you'll probably ever need, very stable
Weakness: pricey, size and number of cables make it hard to fit in some cases
The Silencer 750 Quad is definitely a performance PC part. Most current system setups won't need all of the features that it offers at once, but since power supplies tend to be more futureproof than most PC components, it can be a good idea to buy something like this, that is more likely to support future components. The 750 quad uses a non-modular design, which the vendor claims gives technical...
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The Silencer 750 Quad is definitely a performance PC part. Most current system setups won't need all of the features that it offers at once, but since power supplies tend to be more futureproof than most PC components, it can be a good idea to buy something like this, that is more likely to support future components. The 750 quad uses a non-modular design, which the vendor claims gives technical advantages. This also makes cable management more difficult, but anyone using a large mid or full tower should be fine. Overall, this power supply is best suited for systems running several high-demand components (graphics cards mainly), or anyone who wants uncompromising quality and reliability at any price.
By classicgamer52 - Mar 3, 2008
Silencer 750 Quad Power Supply Review
Strengths: Quality construction. Quiet. Good stable voltages and supply.
Overall this is one of the best power supplies I have ever had. Very well built and provides enough power for a reasonably powerful rig. Would definitely recommend and buy again.
By VideoGamePlayer - Dec 7, 2007
PC Power and Cooling Silencer 750 Power Supply
Strengths: Solid and stable voltages. Quiet.
Weakness: None noted.
Each time I build a new computer it seems that the components I like to use require more power and require a safe and stable power supply. This fills those requirements with room to spare. I like this power supply because it can handle the load without working too hard. Thanks, Dennis
By KODY88 - Nov 16, 2007
Strengths: Price, 4 PCI-E power connectors (So no molax to PCI-E power connectors anymore), and 60A at 750W!
Weakness: Its not modular and it is longer then most.
I got this PSU for ~$99 and it was a steal! My old PSU was great, but it was only 40A on the 12v rail and this one is 60A on the 12v rail. If you are a gamer or overclocker I would suggest this PSU. Rock solid power and TONS of it to spare! Nice black finish and good power connectors and plenty of them.
By Ralith84 - Jun 20, 2008
Silencer 750 Quad 750W Power Supply
Strengths: Very easy to install. Plenty of plugs. Plenty of power. No problem for future add-ons.
Weakness: None seen.
This was a replacement for a 500W power supply. The Silencer was very easy to install and has plenty of plugs for future additions to my SLI board. Clean & quiet that is what I like!
By JIMCONNER - Jan 29, 2008