be quiet! SFX Power 2 300W Power Supply Review

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A Closer Look – Exterior


Power Supply Unit

The SFX form factor is very compact as we’ve already stated and so an 80mm fan is the choice for cooling.

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Both sides are plain with one side having some holes for additional ventilation.

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On the bottom is the sticker with power details and certifications. be quiet! warn customers about removing the cover – but we went ahead and did it anyway on the next page! (and I am still alive to tell the tale…)

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At the cable end we find a little more ventilation, all of the fixed cables and a screw holding the cover to an internal heatsink for heat dissipation.

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At the rear is a power switch, some hexagonal mesh and a kettle lead input which supports 100 to 240v input ranges.

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Cabling

The cabling is fairly modest as this is only a 300W unit. We’ve got a 24 pin, one PCIe 6+2 pin, a CPU 4 pin, four SATA, one molex and a FDD.

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Article Index

  1. Introduction and Packaging
  2. A Closer Look - Exterior
  3. A Closer Look - Interior
  4. Test Procedure
  5. Efficiency, PFC and Voltage Regulation
  6. Ripple Testing
  7. OPP and Max Wattage
  8. Fan Speed
  9. Final Thoughts
  10. View All

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