Reviews - SilentiumPC Supremo M1 Gold 550W
Sample Provided by: SilentiumPC (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Apr-06-2015)

Page 5 - Disassembly

Fannage in this unit is planned and executed by a sleeve bearing Globe Fan model. That'll be a scoring deduction later, even though Globe's sleevies tend to hold up pretty well in my experience.

With the cover off this unit, a platform from Sirfa greets the eye. I see the Japanese main filter cap the box mentioned comes from Rubycon.

Line filtering starts here with one X cap and two Y caps.

Soldering work in this unit is excellent. I don't know how Sirfa managed to move ahead of CWT for board work, but I like it. That's a 3PCS01 PFC controller there on the right.

More line filtering includes two coils, one X cap, and two more Y caps. Good enough for this unit.

The heatsink you see here holds two 5R250Ps and a diode for PFC, and two 5R280CEs for main switchers.

There's the PWM controller, right there.

Four FTP03N04Ns provide all the 12V power in this unit, filtered by Teapo. So, we're a step down in capacitors on the output side of things.

Polymers by Teapo. The VRM board houses one APW7159 controller and eight 060N03Ls.

Wow... even the soldering on the modular board looks good. Whatever you're doing, Sirfa, keep doing it.

The modular board has two extra spaces for more connectors, but not much else. Sometimes we'll see extra capacitors on these, but not this time.



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