Long time readers of Maximum PC magazine know we've been impressed in the past with PC Power & Cooling power supplies, which have powered a number of Dream Machine configurations over the years. While things have been pretty quiet over at the PCP&P camp as of the late, OCZ on Wednesday made some noise when it unveiled the Silencer Mk II PSU.
"I am thrilled see the new Silencer Mk II brought to market and provide the premier power management solution to power users of all kinds, from enthusiasts to industrial OEMs," commented Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management at OCZ Technology. "The Mk II is a perfect blend of proven, long-term technology and the newest cutting-edge design. With 25 years of high-performance power supply experience, PC Power & Cooling has always been at the forefront of the computing industry, and the Silencer Mk II represents an exciting new chapter in a long history of providing uncompromising quality and lasting value to its customers."
The new Mk II series comes in a variety of power configurations, including 500W, 650W, 750W, and 950W. With the exception of the 80+ Bronze 500W model, all the rest are 80+ Silver certified (88 percent efficiency). True to PCP&P's design philosophy, all Mk II models sport a single +12V rail, as well as a thermally controlled 135mm double-ball bearing fan.
No word yet on price or availability.
Image Credit: OCZ