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post #1 of 150 (permalink) Old 05-18-2013, 02:32 PM - Thread Starter
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Alright here is another information thread this time about the Be Quiet units

Since they have a lot of models talking about all of the would make this thread a mile long so i am only going to talk about a few of them

But first a little bit about Be Quiet
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Be quiet! is a German company which is dedicated to the design, manufacture and distribution of products that are specifically targeted to reduce the noise level of the computer .

Their products include computer power Supplies, CPU coolers and fans. They also produce noise absorber kits.

Now most Be Quiet are made by FSP Seasonic and HEC in that order

So the first one up is the Straight Power E9 and Straight Power CM E9 series all made by FSP
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Next is the brand new Straight Power 10 and Straight Power 10 CM

The Straight Power 10 is a non modular 80 plus gold rated series made by FSP and the Straight Power 10 CM is a semi modular version

Wattage is 400 / 500 / 600 / 700 watts for the Straight Power 10 and 500 / 600 / 700 and 800 watts for the Straight Power 10 CM
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Alright next we have the Dark Power Pro P10 series

Now this series is a bit unusual as the 550-650-750 watts units are made by FSP BUT the 850-1000-1200 watts units are made by Seasonic

Also the 850 watts unit is the only one that is rated 80 plus platinum all the others are rated 80 plus gold
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Next up is the new fully modular Power Zone 80 plus broze and silver made by FSP
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Next is the brand new Be Quiet Dark Power Pro P11 which is a semi modular 80 plus platinum rated series made by FSP.
Wattage is 550 / 660 / 750 / 850 / 1000 and 1200 watts.
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Be Quiet use their own fans in their power supplies making them some of the most silent units you can buy
Main problem is they are overpriced you guys from the US get ripped off with Newegg prices on Be Quiet

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Main problem is they are overpriced you guys from the US get ripped off with Newegg prices on Be Quiet

http://us.ncix.com/vendors.php/4703/be-quiet!/
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_pc?_encoding=UTF8&field-brandtextbin=Be%20Quiet&node=172282

Still pricey at $150+ , but Newegg's not the only one
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SilentPCReview on bequiet! Dark Power Pro 10 550W Power Supply: http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1306-page3.html

Looks like 850W, 1000W,1200W Dark Power Pro P10 currently is Seasonic , rest are FSP

AFAIK the fans are SilentWings not SilentWings 2

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http://us.ncix.com/vendors.php/4703/be-quiet!/
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=bl_sr_pc?_encoding=UTF8&field-brandtextbin=Be%20Quiet&node=172282

Still pricey at $150+ , but Newegg's not the only one
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SilentPCReview on bequiet! Dark Power Pro 10 550W Power Supply: http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1306-page3.html

Looks like 850W, 1000W,1200W Dark Power Pro P10 currently is Seasonic , rest are FSP

AFAIK the fans are SilentWings not SilentWings 2

Yes i know half are FSP and the other half is Seasonic is says it in the info above

And yes Be Quiet is overpriced everywhere in the US

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Be Quiet! has announced that all of its current power supplies are compatible with the Haswell CPUs. This includes all the models that are currently in production and for sale, but not older units, which might still be on shelves, but are not necessarily compatible. Some older units are mostly compatible, it mentions. The model series that are definitely compatible are: the Dark Power Pro 10, Straight Power E9, Pure Power L8, System Power 7, and Pure Power L7 series (630 W and 730 W).

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I sould have updated this thread a few days ago but was so busy i forgot about it

Be Quiet has a series of fully modular units on the way called Power Zone OEM is unknown at this point





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New review for the Be Quiet Dark Power Pro P10 850 watts

http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Cases-and-Cooling/Be-Quiet-Dark-Power-Pro-10-850W-Power-Supply-Review

Be quiet!, market leader with power supplies in Germany for seven consecutive years, introduces its brand new "Pure Power L8 Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Be quiet!, market leader with power supplies in Germany for seven consecutive years, introduces its brand new "Pure Power L8" power supplies. The new series ranging from 300 to 700 Watts offers unprecedented low noise levels in the entry market and takes recent customer needs into account, offering PCIe connectors already for the 300 Watt model.

Be quiet!'s Pure Power L8 with cable management is one of the most successful power supplies for the company. It offers a great set of features for a reasonable price. Now be quiet! decided to broaden this offer even more by releasing Pure Power L8 models in a version with fixed cables. Doing so, be quiet! is able to bring the fantastic feature set of these popular PSUs to an even lower price level.

Power supplies that fit individual needs
As we learn to understand the consequences for our energy hunger during the last decades, the power supply market is changing. People want more efficient power supplies that fit their individual needs, don't waste energy and are capable of powering efficient pc systems with even two graphic cards. That's exactly the reason why be quiet! offers the new Pure Power L8 with a great connectivity even for the low wattage models: starting at 300 Watts there is a dedicated PCIe connector for graphics cards. At 400 Watts and above customers already get two connectors for performance GPUs or multi card systems with SLI or CrossFire.

It is also the first time for be quiet! to offer fully sleeved cables in the entry market. It is one of the features customers love about the be quiet! PSUs in the mid-range and high-end markets and so the company decided to bring it to Pure Power L8 as well. Of course the new power supply series is fully Intel Haswell compatible.

Incredible low noise levels in this segment
The German research & development team at be quiet! managed also to bring down the noise level even more, compared to the versions with detachable cables. The 300 Watt model only emits inaudible 16.6 dBA at full load. This comes from be quiet!'s patented fan technology, featuring an airflow optimized surface structure and individually tared out fan blades. Also every model has a unique curve of rotation speeds.

Through these changes be quiet! still sticks to great set of features like offering all possible protection circuits (OCP, OVP, OTP, OPP, SCP and UVP) or optimizing the power supply for electrical noises through additional components. They also offer fantastic efficiency levels with a 80PLUS Bronze certification and three years warranty.

New Pure Power L8 is available in Europe in 300, 350, 400, 500, 600 and 700 Watt versions. The recommended retail prices (including VAT) start at 45 Euro for the 300 Watt version to 89 Euro for 700 Watts. In the USA and Canada Pure Power L8 is available in 500, 600 and 700 Watt versions. The manufacturer's suggested retail prices are USD 75, 85 and 99.



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I just brought a BeQuiet! Dark Power Pro 10 1200w to replace a Corsair AX1200i which I'd had a lot of trouble with.

First thoughts are that it's absolutely outstanding in terms of noise level, as I'd hoped for, since this is obviously a big focus for Be Quiet! in all their products. Mine is super quiet at all power outputs up to nearly 1kw (full load on my system) with the fan noise at idle-loads being inaudible, and at 1kw being still so quiet as to be barely noticable even with your head right near the case specifically listening for it, and this is with barely any other fan noise to mask it (my system is water cooled). It also has absolutely no coil whine (the AX1200i had quite a bit, so it's a big relief to be finally rid of the noise).

The package is very nice - good cables and plenty of them, the main PSU unit itself feels very nicely built and solid, and is attractively finished. There is a comprehensive manual, plenty of velcro cable management straps, some cable ties and some really nice big knurled thumbscrews for fitting the PSU to the case. There are also some fan leads, as the PSU can directly control fans using an inbuilt temperature sensor, unfortunately these are not braided which is a bit disappointing, but I don't have any intention to use them anyway as all my fans are already controlled from motherboard headers and an aquaero, however if anything could be improved it would be to braid these cables.

When it comes to DC output quality, I don't have the equipment to measure for myself, but going by a couple of in-depth reviews I found, it's up there with the very best PSUs on the market. The configuration is quad rail, with 2 x 35A rails powering the CPU, ATX and ancillary outputs, and 2 x 45A rails being split between 4 outputs to the GPUs, this is ideal for me - I absolutely didn't want a single rail PSU again after I had an AX1200 melt it's connectors and fill the room with smoke. OTOH, you can easily configure it as single rail, either using a supplied jumper, or a PCIe slot bracket with a switch on which lets you select between multi-rail or single-rail while it's installed (although not while the system is on).

At this early stage, and barring any upsets with reliability, I can highly recommend it.

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I just brought a BeQuiet! Dark Power Pro 10 1200w to replace a Corsair AX1200i which I'd had a lot of trouble with.

First thoughts are that it's absolutely outstanding in terms of noise level, as I'd hoped for, since this is obviously a big focus for Be Quiet! in all their products. Mine is super quiet at all power outputs up to nearly 1kw (full load on my system) with the fan noise at idle-loads being inaudible, and at 1kw being still so quiet as to be barely noticable even with your head right near the case specifically listening for it, and this is with barely any other fan noise to mask it (my system is water cooled). It also has absolutely no coil whine (the AX1200i had quite a bit, so it's a big relief to be finally rid of the noise).

The package is very nice - good cables and plenty of them, the main PSU unit itself feels very nicely built and solid, and is attractively finished. There is a comprehensive manual, plenty of velcro cable management straps, some cable ties and some really nice big knurled thumbscrews for fitting the PSU to the case. There are also some fan leads, as the PSU can directly control fans using an inbuilt temperature sensor, unfortunately these are not braided which is a bit disappointing, but I don't have any intention to use them anyway as all my fans are already controlled from motherboard headers and an aquaero, however if anything could be improved it would be to braid these cables.

When it comes to DC output quality, I don't have the equipment to measure for myself, but going by a couple of in-depth reviews I found, it's up there with the very best PSUs on the market. The configuration is quad rail, with 2 x 35A rails powering the CPU, ATX and ancillary outputs, and 2 x 45A rails being split between 4 outputs to the GPUs, this is ideal for me - I absolutely didn't want a single rail PSU again after I had an AX1200 melt it's connectors and fill the room with smoke. OTOH, you can easily configure it as single rail, either using a supplied jumper, or a PCIe slot bracket with a switch on which lets you select between multi-rail or single-rail while it's installed (although not while the system is on).

At this early stage, and barring any upsets with reliability, I can highly recommend it.

Great hope you have less problems then with your old Corsair AX1200i and good luck

Oh almost forgot in case you did not know the PSU you have is a custom made Seasonic unit only for Be Quiet

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Does anyone know if the be quiet! PSUs that are made by Seasonic (DARK POWER PRO 10 850W and up) less prone to capacitor squeal / coil whine than the Seasonic X series they're based on?

I'm willing to pay the premium if they are. Looking at pictures they look almost exactly the same with the only difference being the Seasonic using Hitachi caps and the be quiet! using Nippon Chemi-Con. But they have exactly the same specs (probably made in the same factory).

I haven't heard any reports of the 1k+w X series making squeal though. It's usually people complaining about the 650w version. I wonder if that's the only unit affected.

Logic would dictate that be quiet! wouldn't choose that platform if they thought capacitor squeal or coil whine would occur; seeing as how most people who buy BQ do it because they cherish silence and have good ears.
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Does anyone know if the be quiet! PSUs that are made by Seasonic (DARK POWER PRO 10 850W and up) less prone to capacitor squeal / coil whine than the Seasonic X series they're based on?

I'm willing to pay the premium if they are. Looking at pictures they look almost exactly the same with the only difference being the Seasonic using Hitachi caps and the be quiet! using Nippon Chemi-Con. But they have exactly the same specs (probably made in the same factory).

I haven't heard any reports of the 1k+w X series making squeal though. It's usually people complaining about the 650w version. I wonder if that's the only unit affected.

Logic would dictate that be quiet! wouldn't choose that platform if they thought capacitor squeal or coil whine would occur; seeing as how most people who buy BQ do it because they cherish silence and have good ears.

They are a custom Seasonic platform made just for Be Quiet

So i dont think it has the same problems as the KM2 and KM3

But i cant tell you for sure if it has coil whine or not

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