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We are pleased to inform you about the upcoming launch of our two new PSU series: be quiet! System Power 9, available in wattage classes from 700W to 400W, and System Power B9, the bulk variant for systems integrators, ranging from 600W to 300W. They both perfectly satisfy the needs of price-conscious PC builders and provide true be quiet! reliability and quietness.

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It looks like it's based on the FSP Raider Silver or Bronze and not Raider II or Hexa 85+ because of the relative low 12V rating. FSP Raider Silver and Bronze are group regulated with some really bad voltage regulation while Raider II and Hexa 85+ have DC-DC for the 3,3V and 5V with good voltage regulation.

be quiet! Pure Power 9 was also based on Raider Silver and replaced within a year by Pure Power 10 because of the bad voltage regulation.

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It looks like it's based on the FSP Raider Silver or Bronze and not Raider II or Hexa 85+ because of the relative low 12V rating. FSP Raider Silver and Bronze or group regulated with some really bad voltage regulation while Raider II and Hexa 85+ have DC-DC for the 3,3V and 5V with good voltage regulation.

be quiet! Pure Power 9 was also based on Raider Silver and replaced within a year by Pure Power 10 because of the bad voltage regulation.
If it's going back to standard Raider then it's basically retreading what they did 2 generations ago. Pretty disappointing considering the last generation of S8 units (HEC built) did have better better overall performance than the old S7s (FSP Raider)
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Yes it would be, I was hoping for Hexa85+ like this one: http://www.coolpc.com.tw/phpBB2/view...42782&p=634983
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The old System Power S7 Silver were FSP Raider too. The 450W PSUs and more wattage one, the les powerfull were FSP EPN (from 300 to 400W).
It's not easy to find group regulated one in low-cost (40€ or so that)market apart form Xilence Performance A+ (but with not well known OEM or capacitors: 12KV) and Riotoro Builder (and Herxa85+).
AFAIK nearly most of the competitors are group regulated: Corsair VS, EVGA W1 & B1, Cougar STX & VTX ...(the expecions are Xilence, Riotoro, Hexa85+ and perhaps a few others)
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But in the highlights it says DC-DC technology, are they lying? or is this the case of something like only DC-DC in 3.3V rail?
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But in the highlights it says DC-DC technology, are they lying? or is this the case of something like only DC-DC in 3.3V rail?
I think it was what Bequiet did with Pure Power 9 Silver, so DC-DC in 3.3 only (FSP Raider based)
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It looks like it's based on the FSP Raider Silver or Bronze and not Raider II or Hexa 85+ because of the relative low 12V rating.
The E8 also had pretty low +12V rating despite being DC-DC.

Like this one:
https://www.heise.de/preisvergleich/...5-a583792.html

And we know that one was DC-DC. So I'd not overrate the label on the PSU. Sometimes they just seem to roll the dice and do some strange stuff there for no apparant reason...


Anyway:
The System Power 9 has the same electrical spec as the 8.

Look here:
https://www.bequiet.com/de/powersupply/666

So its unknown who does this stuff...
FSP might be more probable but it also could be HEC or even Sirfa as they do one thing with them already...

So we have to wait and see and wait for someone to buy one and open one up...


They might have done the same spec as the 8 because many/most System Integrators are the best of people...
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It indeed isn't one from FSP and it does have DC-DC for both the 3,3V and 5V.
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It indeed isn't one from FSP and it does have DC-DC for both the 3,3V and 5V.
If it's DC-DC in both minor rails and it behaves OK it would be a good competition to Corsair CX or Cougar LX. It depends on the price of course.
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