Reviews and Problems with be quiet Dark Power PRO 10 1200W / BN205
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12 June 2013
Summary: installed the unit immediately after receiving it, and I am pretty impressed, 1200 Watts is ample for most high end video cards in crossfire or SLI configurations, while also being extremely quiet. The fan moves enough air to keep the unit cool when it's under load, but I can't hear it and I have a near silent Desktop. I went for the Be Quiet! PSU after watching Linus review it online and I'm pretty happy I went with his recommendation.
Pros: Quiet, Powerful and plenty of spare cables
Cons: Motherboard cable is attached to unit, which is also quite thick.
Summary: This PSU certainly lives up to its name: extremely quiet even under high loads. It comes with a large selection of modular cables, enough to power multi-GPU systems with many IO devices, but without cluttering your case with unnecessary cables.
Summary: Amazing PSU with ALOT of connectors I've not even worried about my computers power draw or the number of speerate power cables I have running through my box but this is a great product highly power efficient and strongly recommended for any serious computer user
Summary: the winner for me is the be quiet fan. Its super quiet, just what i wanted. It was a tossup between this and the corsair 1200i but the corsair fan is a niosey beast and you have to rely on the corsair fan management for quiet operation.