Feature Overview, SPH 1050W Fan Controller
So as we all know by now, the Silent Pro Hybrid lineup is causing quite a stir in the PSU world. Becoming know for their excellent ratings and their immense feature package, the line has earned a very positive reputation, as can be seen by reviews at:
As you can see, it seems like all of the major review sites are saying the same thing. It’s a great power supply, there is a huge amount of features, the only complaint that seems to be recurring is it is a bit pricey. However, I feel that it makes up for the price with the amount of features it packs, which is really quite an impressive slew. Today, I’m going to be doing a quick and easy overview of how the fan controller works on the actual PSU fan. I’m going to measure temperatures of the intake and the output, and see what kind of heat I get at different loads.
The test system is as follows:
Core i7 960 @ 4.2Hz
EVGA X58 4 Way SLI Classified
EVGA GTX 580 Classified ULTRA @ 975MHz/2200MHz
3x2GB Super Talent Project X DDR3 memory, 2000MHz 7-7-7-20
2x OCZ 90GB Vertex 2 SSD’s in RAID 0
1x 2TB Western Digital Caviar Green HDD
Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W
Full Custom Liquid Cooling
Please note: I don’t have any pictures today. The site is in the midst of what seems to be formatting issues and it isn’t letting me upload new pictures, so I’m not going to be using any. It also may not have separate pages, if not I’ll edit them in.
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