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Lian Li reveals quiet Silent Force PSUs

Posted on Friday, August 29 2008 @ 15:16:25 CEST by

Last week Lian Li introduced its Maxima Force power supplies and today the firm releases a series of quiet Silent Force PSUs. These units are available in 650W, 750W and 850W wattages and feature efficiencies of over 80%. Each unit has a silent 135mm fan and modular cables for easy cable management.
The Silent Force PSU’s offer outstanding cooling while containing noise from fans, and also offers safety features with 80 Plus certification showing Lian Li’s commitment to quality, while exemplifying Lian Li’s attention to detail through craftsmanship. The Silent Force complies with the newest Intel standard ATX 12V V2.3 & EPS 12V rail systems, while the environmentally friendly design for energy saving with Active PFC (>0.9) / High efficiency (>80%) complies with the best standards in the industry. Hosting a complete range from 650Watts, 750Watts, and 850W the Silent Force PSU’s are designed for the discerning enthusiast who is looking for peace of mind.

The features include 135mm fan for larger volume of air at lower RPM, thus reducing the noise and improving the cooling performance. Additional features include Power Failure Detection with OVP/OCP/OLP/SCP/UVP/OTP, plus support for multi-core CPU and Multi GPU/graphics cards systems. The superior Japanese capacitor components bring long lasting durability and quality for the ultimate in stable power output.

The modular cable management allows for fewer cables in your case according to your needs, and a more convenient cable arrangement without inhibiting airflow as seen in standard situations. The PCI-E connector has bead-core protection to minimized electromagnetic interference (EMI) for a cleaner throughput. In addition the cables have special sleeves to improve airflow through your case. The universal input accepts between 100V-240V and has a power switch at the back for added safety and convenience. The 135mm ball bearing fan gives consistent and quality airflow across specially designed heatsinks that have a special rippled surface to improve the surface area for superior thermal cooling performance. The uniquely coated outer casing has honeycombed venting for excellent air-flow and ventilation.
The 650W, 750W and 850W Silent Force power supplies are available for $159, $195 and $210, respectively.



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