Month: September 2010

blog image

Puget Serenity, SPCR Edition v.2

In the few months after the Serenity was SPCR-certified as a silent PC, Puget went back to the drawing board to make the i7 PC even quieter. The development team made changes to fans, subtle improvements to the chassis, a series of small upgrades in other components, and perhaps most importantly, resorted to binning (like

Read More

Lian Li PC-Q08 Mini-ITX Mini Tower Case

The new Lian Li PC-Q08 supports up to six hard drives, a standard ATX power supply, and even a 30cm long graphics card in a stylish, well-crafted, 21-liter mini-ITX/DTX enclosure.

Read More
blog image

Corsair Gold: AX850 Power Supply

Corsair’s new AX850 has 80 Plus Gold certification for 90% efficiency, totally modular cables, a hybrid passive/active cooling for silent operation, and is backed by a 7-year warranty. It’s perfect for a Silent Gaming Rig in a thermally advanced case.

Read More

Logic Supply SolidLogic Montivina Fanless Mini-ITX System

The SolidLogic Montevina GS-L10 is a passively-cooled mini-ITX system. Powered by a dual-core mobile Intel processor, this silent PC by Logic Supply offers a whole lot more performance than the standard Atom box without gaining much girth.

Read More

Seagate Momentus XT: The Best of Both Worlds?

The Momentus XT 500GB is a hybrid notebook drive from Seagate featuring two 250GB platters spinning at 7200 RPM, 32MB of cache, and 4GB of SLC NAND flash memory. Is it truly an affordable high capacity drive with SSD-like performance?

Read More
blog image

Cougar GX-700: 80 Plus Gold from a new brand

A German affiliate of HEC, Cougar is offering the 80 Plus Gold rated premium GX series only in the EU at this time. How does the GX-700 fare against other Gold PSUs?

Read More
blog image

Antec TruePower New TP-750

The TruePower series has been bread-and-butter for Antec for many years, but the line has recently received a refresh. Partly modular cabling, high efficiency, lower noise, and high quality parts are all promised in these new Seasonic-made models. How do they fare against the SPCR short list?

Read More

Silent PC Review has been providing expert advice and detailed reviews of PCs and peripherals since 2002. Our technical advice has been featured on publications such as: New York Times, O’Reilly, PCMag, Popular Mechanics, Forbes, etc. plus countless trade shows and industry articles. We’re dedicated to providing top-notch advice and reviews for choosing your next PC build.