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Xilence 600W Gaming Edition, Any Good?

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Could this power 2 8800GT's in SLi and an overclocked q6600.

General Data:

PSU-type: ATX 2.2 compatible
Power output: 600 W
AC Input: 115-230 V Full Range
Fan: 1x 135 mm
Fan-speed: 1200~2200 RPM
Fan-control: temperature controlled
Noise Level: ~19,5 dB
PFC: Aktiv
Power-Cord: included
Certificates, Approvals: TÃœV, CE

Connectors:

20+4 PIN (MB): 1x
Small 4PIN (HDD/FDD): 2x
Big 4PIN (HDD/FDD): 6x
S-ATA: 4x
6+2Pin PCI-Express: 1x
6Pin PCI-Express: 1x
4+4PIN 12V (MB): 1x
3Pin Fan Detector 1x

+3,3V +5V +12V +12V -12V -5V +5VSB
25A 30A 20A 20A 0,5A - 3,0A
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Ya it will power it, for how long, who knows.
Probably, but considering its a no-name brand (Ive never heard of it) added on to the gimmicky "gamer" tag, do you really wanna risk damage to your sensitive electronics from a sub-par PSU? +1 for corsair
600w would power that just fine, but I really wouldn't trust an unheard of brand like Xilence and would stick with something like PC Power Supply & Cooling, Corsair, or Seasonic
My uncle is bringing it down from greece, from my understanding I think it is a pretty well known brand out there. Wont damage my system because its greek will it?
Well i've heard of Xilence before. They sell some good looking PSU, at up to 1000Watt.
And no because it's greek wont do any harm.

http://www.xsreviews.co.uk/reviews/p...aming-edition/
By looking at that review, i would trust my rig to that powersupply.
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Originally Posted by Tjingsted View Post
Well i've heard of Xilence before. They sell some good looking PSU, at up to 1000Watt.
And no because it's greek wont do any harm.

http://www.xsreviews.co.uk/reviews/p...aming-edition/
By looking at that review, i would trust my rig to that powersupply.
That's not a review, it's photo shoot. There is no testing. Pass.

What is the model number? The only Xilence 600W I know of is the XP600.(12). If it is, then it is from Casing Macron and has 31A on the 12V. It will be of below average quality. On top of the unspectacular quality, 31A is not enough for an OCed quad and two 8800gt no matter the quality. You will want something with at least 40A on the 12V.
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40A on the 12V is enough for the system you are thinking of powering, but then my $55 Vantec can do 44A on the 12V and it only has 550W peak output.
I don't trust it. It looks too much like the Fatal1ty PSU plus the graphics on the boxing looks like its a Chinese copy.
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