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PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W Review

The PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W power supply is finished in white, with product identification on the side panels. You will either hate or love the white paintwork, but it is very difficult to damage earning it a bonus point.

It passed our ‘screwdriver’ test. This involves running the tip of a Philips head screwdriver with light/moderate pressure across the surface of the unit. It is after all very easy to accidentally hit a power supply with a screwdriver, or other tools during a system build.

The power supply measures 150 mm x 86 mm x 180 mm (WxHxL).

A large black fan takes centerstage at the top, protected behind a black grill. We will look at the fan closely when we open the unit shortly.

One end of the power supply is vented to help with air flow. Beside the vents is a power plug and switch.

If you pay close attention you will see a Fan mode switch. In silent mode the fan is disabled until 50% load has been attained. After this the fan will vary with load and temperature. Normal mode ensures that the fan always spins but the speed will vary according to load and temperature.

The other side of the power supply is home to the modular cable connectors, which look like XLR headers. The cables screw into place ensuring a very snug connection. This is a great idea and one we hope other manufacturers can adopt in 2013.

As mentioned earlier, the PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W is not a pure modular design, meaning some of the cables are hardwired into the chassis. OCZ have rubber mounted the hole to protect against possible long term fraying damage.

PC Power & Cooling MK III 750W
DC Output
Max Output
Total Power 120W 744W 6W 15W

The PC Power & Cooling Silencer MK III 750W can deliver 62A across the +12V output for 744W of the total rated output.

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  • Terrible Terrance

    Nice looking PSU, connector idea is good, didn’t hiper use those xlr style connectors before?

  • Tttt

    I think the white is cool, not many others do that paint work. I would think it might cost a lot when it hits here tho, going on US pricing.

  • Gilval

    Can you peel the black label off the side? I have one of the corsair 600T cases in white and I’ve been thinking about changing to a slightly more powerful and more efficient power supply for a while and this would look great in my case!!

    PS My current power supply is a hiper although its not a modular power supply the kettle lead has one of the xlr connections on it to enable a swap from UK to european style plugs