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Old 02-03-20, 01:13 PM
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Seasonic releases a trio of passively cooled Prime Fanless series PSUs

Does anyone need a 700W Fanless PSU?



Read more about Seasonic's Prime Fanless series of power supplies.

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Old 03-03-20, 06:37 AM
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Think I've found the PSU for my next build as I'm going for pure silence. 700W Fanless is mad!
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Old 03-03-20, 06:57 AM
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Think I've found the PSU for my next build as I'm going for pure silence. 700W Fanless is mad!
Nothing special though. A 1000W might have a fan, but you are no where near pushing the limits so it will never spin up.

This 700W fanless will probably be a 700W sold at a premium, which means I would rather bump a little extra cash for a comfortable 1000W or more.
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Nothing special though. A 1000W might have a fan, but you are no where near pushing the limits so it will never spin up.

This 700W fanless will probably be a 700W sold at a premium, which means I would rather bump a little extra cash for a comfortable 1000W or more.
Aye, I understand that but one thing I forgot to mention is that I'm going ITX with my next system so even though it can fit an ATX PSU, I'm heavily limited on the depth of it, and I know some 1kW units can be quite chunky haha.
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yeah ITX is where it can be useful where size matters.
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Old 03-03-20, 04:36 PM
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Would have LOVED one if it was SFX, would have instantly bought one. HATE the corsair PSU. Fan is loudest thing in my system.
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