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

The PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 600W arrives in a very understated box with the name of the product on the front and an artistic representation of the power supply underneath.

Inside, the power supply is protected between two soft foam pieces with a user manual resting above the modular cables.

The bundle includes a user manual, region specific power cable, mounting screws, cable ties and a soft felt bag containing the modular cabling.

Above left, the hardwired cables which are built into the main chassis. Above right, the modular cables which can be attached when needed.

They include:

  • 1 x 20+4-pin ATX (550mm)
  • 2 x 4+4-pin ESP/12V CPU (600mm)
  • 2 x 6+2-pin PCI-E (570mm)
  • 3 x 4-pin Peripheral (560mm + 120mm + 120mm)
  • 6 x 5-pin SATA (500mm +150mm + 150mm)
  • 1 x Floppy

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  • Raymond

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

  • 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.

  • 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…..

  • 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 !

  • 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