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    Default Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid: 80PLUS Gold and semi-passive

    Cooler Master's semi-passive power supply's. There will be a 850, 1050 and 1200W model, they are build by Enhance. And it come's with a bracket for manual fan control.

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    It'll at least help them keep the silent name to be true.

    On the other hand, I wonder if this is the same design as the Silent Pro Gold's. Any good shots of the internals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    It'll at least help them keep the silent name to be true.
    And the PSU hot. I prefer a good fancontroller.
    On the other hand, I wonder if this is the same design as the Silent Pro Gold's. Any good shots of the internals?
    No nothing, but the 1050W has the same amps on the 12V as the SPG-1000, and that is one less then the Silverstone ST1000-G. So I'll say yes.

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    Well the SPG-1000 & ST1000-G are two separate platforms.

    Though, if it's the same amperage (12v) wise, s the SPG-1000, then it's very likely the same platform.

    As for the PSU running hot; you're looking at 130w of wasted power. That's not a whole lot to get rid of. A 135mm fan running at 1000 RPM should push that out easily while staying under 25dB(A) easily.

    The Silent Pro Gold units can get up to 35-38dB(A) when fully loaded. Which is very noticeable. Partially due to the fan design though, it has a sound signature with a "loud" chopping noise, that's easy to perceive.
    Note: by "loud" I mean, it's the loudest part of the sound signature.

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