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Default be quiet! (almost) launched the full modulair Straight Power 11 series

World Class Quietness and Efficiency
The be quiet! Straight Power 11 series raises the bar for systems that demand virtually inaudible operation without power quality compromises. Clearly the best choice for super silent systems.

▪ Virtually inaudible operation thanks to a SilentWings® 3 135mm fan
▪ Big funnel-shaped fan opening of the PSU case for high airflow intake
▪ Wire-free on the DC side for enhanced cooling and longevity of components
▪ Full cable management for maximum build flexibility
▪ 80PLUS® Gold certification with an efficiency of up to 93%
▪ Advanced stability and voltage regulation thanks to LLC, SR and DC-to-DC
▪ Four high-performance 12V-rails
▪ Powerful GPU support with up to six PCI-Express connectors
▪ Japanese 105°C-rated capacitors ensure stability and reliability
▪ Power signal stability unmatched in its class
▪ ErP and Energy Star 6.1 ready
▪ 5-year manufacturer’s warranty
▪ Product conception, design and quality control in Germany

450W ~93 euro incl. VAT
550W ~100 euro incl. VAT
650W ~110 euro incl. VAT
750W ~125 euro incl. VAT
850W ~150 euro incl. VAT
1000W ~185 euro incl. VAT

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https://www.bequiet.com/en/download/...rce=newsletter
https://www.bequiet.com/en/powersupp...-power-11/1248

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5Y warranty...those units should last way more.
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I've been waiting for this for too long... Now I hope they offer something decent...
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5Y warranty...those units should last way more.
True. But every year of warranty customers return PSU which are working perfectly fine. If the PC does not work properly end users blame the PSU. Even reselelrs are often too lazy to check the PSU which are claimed to be faulty andjuist send them to local brands RMA center. Every year warranty brings considerable cost even without any PSU failing.
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I think there will be some users which will automatically discard the unit for having 5-year warranty... I hope reviews appear soon.
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I think there will be some users which will automatically discard the unit for having 5-year warranty... I hope reviews appear soon.
Yes. Its a hard sell when you can get 7Y and 10Y for less money.
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How many manufacturers are finally wire free (internally)?
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How many manufacturers are finally wire free (internally)?
About half of them these days. There's still efficiency and regulation issues at higher wattages because you can only move so much power through PCB.
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In stock in 6 days.
https://www.alternate.de/be-quiet!/S...iet%21/1409998
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True. But every year of warranty customers return PSU which are working perfectly fine. If the PC does not work properly end users blame the PSU. Even reselelrs are often too lazy to check the PSU which are claimed to be faulty andjuist send them to local brands RMA center. Every year warranty brings considerable cost even without any PSU failing.
Well said. Nowdays it's kinda marathon to blame the PSU first. When computer takes a blue screen - it's PSU fault, when the display have a flicker - it's psu fault and so on.
I know people wich they have not even tried to see if the problem comes from elsewhere, but have RMA'ed the PSU, and finally found it was not their fault.
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