|Brand Name||PC Power & Cooling|
|Item model number||PPCMK3S750|
|Item Weight||6.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.8 x 5.7 x 8.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14.76 x 5.7 x 8.27 inches|
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PC Power & Cooling Silencer Series PPCMK3S750 750 Watt (750W) 80 Plus Gold Semi-Modular Active PFC ATX PC Power Supply Industrial Grade
|Price:||$169.80 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 80Plus Gold
- Single 12V Rail
- 80Plus Gold
- Single 12V Rail
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Here comes my gripes. Cable length with main connectors are lacking. Used to have an Enermax Liberty 500w and the cable length was plenty long and usable as opposed to this one. The Enermax also came with great cable options, more molex connects on different cables. PC P&C MK III Cable length on the main connectors have made my cable management more difficult and as a note to OCZ who owns PC P&C, please make your main and CPU connectors a good 30% longer or so and please include more molex connectors, a shame this has not been done for an item at this MSRP ( please take note of Enermax Liberty 500w).
Bottom line: Item has been technically and extensively tested to perform top tier, top of the heap, king of the hill. Item looks stunningly beautiful. Though, main cable length is disappointing and somewhat lacking hence only four stars. Only has 3 molex connectors on one cable hence only four stars. These gripes make cable management difficult.
Still highly recommended to buy it though.
If you have the proper equipments, you will be able to tell that PC Power & Cooling actually under-rate their PSU's maximum output, this shows quality, confidence, and honesty. The 750W Silencer has about 970W Peak power, but only rated at 750W. It was because of this, I had to get the latest Silencer PSU from them when I build a new rig. I was actually worried about their quality since the acquisition by OCZ, because OCZ released some overrated big power modular multi-rail PSU's that crumble under stress (even though they will never admit it), but it turned out PC Power & Cooling kept the single-rail design which is a huge deal. Read JohnnyGuru's explanation on Single 12V Rail vs Multiple 12V Rails. A quality single 12V Rail PSU with solid design is the way to go. Fact remains as I've tried some big power multi-rail PSU's from big names that received good reviews, and none of them could stand under stress (Crossfire/SLi + massive overclocks in intensive gaming environment), I was met with fluctuations/under voltage/crashes/shut-down's. Finally I decided to just drop the dough and go with PC Power & Cooling. And boy am I glad.
Now maintaining a stable overclock of 4.7GHz on the CPU, 2400MHz on the RAM, and 1045MHz/1450MHz on the video card.
Intel i7 3770K
ASUS Z77 Sabertooth
GeIL EVO Corsa 16GB DDR3-1866MHz CAS10
WD RaptorX 300GB x2
WD Caviar Black 2TB x1
WD Caviar Black 1TB x1
HD 7990 3GB x2 Crossfire
But after that, it works like a dream! So yeah, awesome, but could cause headaches for those of you who like the small cases. Measure first if you're building from scratch, and add 25-30mm to the length to account for the modular cable ends.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My third year pushing this power supply and it has been as reliable as a hammer. 2 Titan X and a 5930K on a X99-PRO w/32GB RAM. Read morePublished 1 month ago by flyingmonty
Sadly quite a disappointment. I was using it for less than a year with the following computer specifications:
1. Intel 3930K
2. 2X Titan X
3. Read more
Super silencer is right on!!! Can't even hear it, would def. buy again!! AwesomePublished 7 months ago by Jonah Kiser
A very nice PSU for my computer. It looks fantastic with my black/white/metal rig especially with an all white case. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tectix
I love these power supplies. The last one I bought was in 2006. It lasted 8 1/2 yrs. For 5+ of those years, the power supply was on 24 hrs a day. Yes, that is correct. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Steven Dillon