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XILENCE introduces the XQ power supply series
XILENCE is presenting its new XQ-series power supplies to the public for the first time at CeBIT 2012 in hall 15, booth C15. These power supplies are not just a German-designed evolution in the power supply market.
These power supplies break with the usual compact block shape, featuring a sloping side with two built-in 60 mm fans. These fans are controlled by a temperature sensor that constantly measures the heatsink temperature. It is more efficient to air-cool the power supply's heat sources using two small fans rather than a single large one. The fans are independently controlled, and switch on at approximately 20% load. Below that limit the power supplies are passively cooled. The power supplies are ideal for noise-sensitive PC users.
A red status LED on the back of the power supply indicates that it is in use - thanks to its soundless operation, the power supply cannot be heard while it is switched on. As soon as the fans start the fan speed intelligently adapts to the current load. The fan only runs at maximum speed at full load, and even then the power supply remains virtually noiseless. The low fan speed is made possible by the extremely flat design and an uncluttered PCB layout. This means that the components can be reliably cooled by just a breath of air. The power supply's high efficiency also promotes noiseless heat dissipation Another special feature is the fully modular XQ model's extremely flat front connection panel, soldered directly to the PCB. Direct connection not only reduces the design height, but also the amount of cabling needed inside the power supply and naturally also the cables' contact resistance levels.
Xilence XQ power supplies will be available in stores in the second quarter of 2012 in 850W and 1000W versions (platinum-certified), and a gold-certified 750W version will also be available. The product range will be rounded out shortly by the introduction of gold-certified 550W and 650W models.
Skrevet af Martin den 11. Mar 2012. Nyheden er læst 467 gang(e).
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