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Default Xilence 1000W Platinum NT

Hello,

here are some pictures that I've made ​​at the CeBit 2012 in Hannover

http://www.hartware.net/news_54273.html
  • the 1000 & 850W are Platinum and 750W Gold certified
  • Fans 2x 60mm individually Temp & load controlled
  • semi Passiv
  • Full Modular
  • 199€

the soldering quality was impresive and probadly automatic SMD

Data Sheet

http://www.hartware.net/media/news/54000/54273_6b.jpg
http://www.hartware.net/media/news/54000/54273_7b.jpg
http://www.hartware.net/media/news/54000/54273_8b.jpg

PS sorry the pic are mady wih my Smartphone

PPS i hope the links are okay, but then not, delete them
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That's definitely a new design.

Though, the cooling arrangement is reminiscent of old units (before the PS/2 formfactor.) Two 60mm fans can not be quiet though, or optimum. It just seems silly.

Either way, if I had to hazzard a guess, I would say Solytech as the OEM.
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Only see one main transformer and one standby transformer, but still no coil for +12V. Interesting.
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Unique looking. Glad it's semi-passive because I've never met a 60mm fan that was quiet at any RPM.
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I don't see how that fan arrangement is at all beneficial. It doesn't make use of additional height gained by ditching the overhead fan. It does gain room for modular connectors over vertically mounted 80mm fans, but at that point I'd rather have breakaway cables or something.

Or just use a 120x15mm fan...

Was any explanation given?
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interesting psu...
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This was the Only interessting from the CeBit Concering PSU´s

the circuit board Design was optimized for the two fans, to reduce specific Hot Spots

in the Demo Maschine i5 + multi GPU System@ BIOS ~150W

at this Load works only one fan, very slow RPM


The Design its not so new, on the last Computex has been seen similar

-> http://www.pcgameshardware.de/aid,82...e/?iid=1525344
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The 1000W and 850W units misses Platinum in the ECOVA tests, they were very close though.
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the circuit board Design was optimized for the two fans, to reduce specific Hot Spots
I don't see anything in that design that prevents a fan shroud from doing similar focused airflow...
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