Computer customization is something that has been around for a long time. I remember the first time I witnessed a modded computer for the first time over 15 years ago. Since then, an entire industry has cropped up around computer customization, and a growing trend within that niche market is the use of white components. Asus has a white PCB motherboard. Galaxy has a white PCB graphics card. You can even get white water cooling components.
Now, Seasonic has a limited edition white power supply, and it's not just flash either. The Snow Silent 750 features fluid dynamic bearing (FDB) fans, which offer longer lifespan than traditional bearing fans and should operate at a much quieter volume level.
Further enhancing its silent nature, Snow Silent 750 includes a Fanless Mode, which keeps the fans off until the PSU reaches 50 percent load. An interesting feature called the Hysteresis Zone, between 40 and 50 percent load, which optimizes how often the fan switches on and off. The Hysteresis Zone is said to help reduce both noise and power loss when switching from Fanless to Silent Mode.
The Snow Silent 750 is an 80+ Platinum rated power supply with 62 amps on the 12V rail, delivering 750 watts. The unit has a fully modular cable setup, which has five 4-pin peripheral cables, ten Sata 3 (6 Gbps) connectors, and four 8/6 PCIe plugs.
If 750 watts isn't enough for your build, Seasonic also has a Snow Silent 1050W. This larger PSU has a much more potent 87 amps on the 12V rail, providing enough juice to power even more graphics cards. It includes an additional four PCIe plugs and four more SATA connectors. Seasonic has also been kind enough to include a seven year warranty for its Snow Silent PSUs, showing that the company stands behind its products.