be quiet! Pure Power 11 FM PSUs hit the market next week

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 13 2021 @ 13:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
A bunch of new mainstream power supplies from be quiet!

Pure Power 11 FM goes full modular

First up, the silent hardware firm introduces the Pure Power 11 FM. This is a fully modular edition of the company's Pure Power 11 series. The new series is offered in 550W, 650W, and 750W variants. be quiet! ships the Pure Power 11 FM with flat, black cables and a sleeved, black 20-4-pin ATX power cable.

The Pure Power 11 FM lineup has 80Plus Gold efficiency rating and features two independent 12V rails. The 550W model has two PCI Express power connectors, the other two models have four PCIe power connectors. The PSUs feature a silent 120mm be quiet! fan and come with a 5-year warranty.

The pricing of the 550W, 650W, and 750W versions is 89.90EUR, 99.90EUR, and 114.90EUR, respectively. be quiet! says these units will ship on April 23.

SFX Power 3 and TFX Power 3 for smaller builds

Next, be quiet! also has new small form factor power supplies. The firm offers the SFX Power 3 and the TFX Power 3, for the SFX and TFX form factors, respectively. Both series offer a single +12V rail.

The SFX Power 3 ships in 300W and 450W editions and offers 80Plus Bronze efficiency. The TFX Power 3 on the other hand only ships in 300W editions, there's an 80Plus Bronze model as well as a version with an 80Plus Gold efficiency rating. Both lines feature black cabling and use an 80mm be quiet! fan.

The SFX Power 3 300W and 450W PSUs will be offered for 57.90EUR and 69.90EUR, respectively. The TFX Power 3 300W and TFX Power 3 300W Gold will set you back 57.90EUR and 69.90EUR, respectively. These series will also be available from April 23.

Pure Power 11 FM


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