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BeQuiet Dark Power Pro 10 850W PSU Review

Rating: 9.5.

BeQuiet! are well known in enthusiast circles as the purveyor of class leading fans, having diversified their product portfolio into power supplies and CPU heatinks. Today we are looking at the second power supply in their latest flagship range, the Dark Power Pro P10 850W.

The Dark Power Pro 10 850W is a modular, 80 Plus Platinum certified design and is set to target the high end enthusiast audience who aren’t willing to accept compromises.

BeQuiet! are actually classified as the best selling manufacturer of power supplies in Germany, six years running, according to market data from GfK.

BeQuiet! have a simple policy – they focus on creating products which emit the minimum amount of noise. The latest 10 designs use a new power conversion topology which delivers 80 Plus Platinum and Gold certification, currently the highest standard for efficiency.

All these supplies are ErP 2013 ready meaning the standby power drain should be below 0.3 watts.

The company are releasing six Dark Pro 10 power supplies rated between 550 Watts and 1200 Watts. The 850W, 1000W and 1200W power supplies are all 80 Plus Platinum certified. The other supplies in the range are 80 Plus Gold Certified.

The new 10 range of power supplies also feature an ‘overclocking switch’ which allows the user to change between a single and quad rail configuration. BeQuiet! are using a large 135mm SilentWings 2 fan in the new range. This is a custom made fluid dynamic bearing model with a 300,000 hour lifespan.

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  • Davis

    Excellent, rather expensive, but its very high end…..

  • Brian

    lovely design, seasonic rock. the price is a little high however.

  • Paul

    80 Plus Platinum are always expensive, its a difficult design to achieve.

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  • Lester

    great fans in these units, good they are working with seasonic. earning themselves a great reputation.

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