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We have collected 1 reviews of the Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 10 850W. Experts rate Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 10 850W 9.3/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 10 850W and Be Quiet Power supplies.
Last month, I had a look at a beQuiet Dark Power Pro 10 power supply on the lower wattage side of the spectrum: the 550W. Well, today we're going closer to the other side of that spectrum and will be reviewing the 850W. On the front of the box, we're promised a virtually inaudible fan and efficiency up to 94%. This unit also features beQuiet's "overclocking key", which disables the OCP on the multiple +12V rails essentially giving us a single +12V rail power supply. The back of the box has some good information about efficiency, as well as a realistic estimate (as opposed to some other brands) on how much money you'll save with a more efficient power supply. The back of the box also shows the customer what cables are included with the unit. I hope my table is a little easier to read: beQuiet also tells the user how large the unit is on the outside of the box. At 190mm, the unit is a little larger than average, so this is good to know if you plan on using this unit in a chassis that might not be able to utilize a larger unit.
By MaximumPC, published 14-11-2011
Intel's new enthusiast platform is here. I'm going to put it through its paces with a quiet riot of a gaming rig. Intel has just released its new Sandy Bridge-E platform. With six- and eight-core processors, eight DIMM slots, and multiple PCIe 3.0 slots, it’s Nehalem’s true heir and the answer to complaints that Sandy Bridge, while awesome, just isn’t enthusiast enough. (Check out our offici...
By MaximumPC, published 02-11-2011
A new generation of GPUs from Nvidia and AMD has hit the streets. Both camps are offering incredible performance and the widest array of features ever before seen in graphics cards. But, inevitably, each side brings its own unique strengths and weaknesses. What better way to determine the performance champ than by letting this season’s new crop of cards duke it out in the various price categorie...