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Xilence Addresses Entry-Level Market with New PSUs

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Xilence is building new entry-level PSUs.

Xilence introduced the new Performance A series of PSUs. This series is comprised of sharply-priced entry-level PSUs.

The PSUs will be available in 430 W, 530 W, 630 W, and 730 W variants, all of which are built using single 12 V rail designs. Cooling for the units is taken care of by a 120 mm fan. Efficiency is guaranteed through an 80 Plus certificate. All the standard safety features that we would expect from a modern-day power supply are there.

Xilence is now part of the Listan brand, which also owns be quiet! The idea is that Xilence will target the entry-level and mainstream market, while be quiet! will address the enthusiast space, with both companies sharing similar product categories.

Pricing for these PSUs ranges from €33.90 through €52.90, so while you won't get the best PSU out there, you also won't be parting with much cash. Hopefully, they are as reliable as be quiet! PSUs.

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    4745454b , July 21, 2014 9:36 AM
    Not sure why, but like FSP I've already like/respected Be Quiet! Just wish they'd come over here in the states. Would be nice if these PSUs were cheaper as well. I can see buying a cheap 80+ bronze if you need something basic, but why spend $30-35 on an 80+, when you can spend the same on a 80+ bronze?
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    blackmagnum , July 21, 2014 7:54 PM
    Fizz. Sizzle. Boom!