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PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W Review

The PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W box is basically white, with a low intensity view of the power supply barely visible behind the text. The 80 Plus Gold Certification logo is positioned bottom right, next to a 7 year warranty badge.

The power supply ships protected inside thick foam. The modular cables and other accessories rest alongside the unit. The power supply ships inside a protective plastic wrap with a felt bag over that. It would be difficult to damage this unit during transport.

PC Power & Cooling supply a little modular bag for storing the cables which is very useful.

The PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W isn’t a pure modular design, with some cables hardwired into the chassis (image above right).

The hardwired cables are sleeved, while all the modular cables are the thin ribbon style which are becoming more common place today. These can help improve airflow when the system build is finished. These cables have an XLR style connector which are screwed into the chassis to keep them securely in place. They look great and should offer a better locking system than the standard ‘plastic clip’ modular cables.

The 850W model of this power supply has six 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors, and the 750W model we are reviewing today has four. All the other cabling is identical. If you have a three way Crossfire or SLi rig then the 850W version would make more sense.

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