PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 600W Power Supply Review

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ACC 6367 300x200 PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 600W Power Supply Review

PC Power & Cooling are using the Adda AD1212HB-A71GL fan (120mm ball bearing), which we have seen used in several other quality power supply designs. They are using a partial plastic cover to specifically direct air towards the front of the power supply.

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The power supply is based on a Seasonic branded design. It is exceptionally clean internally with careful attention to design detail.

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The unit uses four Y capacitors, a single X capacitor and a coil. On the main board are two more ferrite coils, another X capacitor, two Y capacitors and an MOV. They are using a 105c rated Chemi Con capacitor for the primary side with the PWM/PFC controller offset to the left. We noticed other Chemi Con capacitors throughout the design, even on the modular board at the rear.

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The cables are fully sleeved inside the chassis to help prevent fraying over time.

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PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 600W Power Supply Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Raymond

    waiting for OCUK to get in stock. any ideas when that might be?

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  • David

    Very impressive. They get some reptuation when you speak to people. Id want a 750W though for futureproofing. I bought a cheap £20 meter and my system demands around 480Watts at socket. if I add another card it will rise even more.

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  • Iain

    White is different. I think NZXT do some units in white also, right?

    Good design, but I agree 600W is the only viable option for an enthusiast gamer now I think. single card only…..

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  • Optron

    It actually shows how a very simple design, but using good quality parts can perform well. Sometimes the designers get carried away with the internal designs

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  • Bryan

    Great design, and reasonably priced for what you get. 600W is pretty much borderline IMO today, especially if you wanted to power a FX 8150 processor from AMD !

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  • Nugent

    I really dont like the white however, it would look terrible in my pure black windowed case. weird decision IMO

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  • nap

    OCUK got those now

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