be quiet! Pure Power 10 600W Power Supply Review



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Introduction & Packaging


be quiet! Pure Power 10 600W Power Supply Review

be quiet! is one of the biggest names in the business when it comes to making high-performance PC hardware, with their PSUs often ranking as some of the best around. Of course, their high-end products often come with a premium price tag to match, but today we see the release of their new Pure Power 10 PSU, which promises to be exceptionally quiet, reliable and offer great value for money.

When it comes to building a PC, you never want to skimp on the quality of your power supply. The latest from be quiet! aims to deliver 600W of power, which is more than enough for most mid-to-high-end gaming systems, especially with newer and more efficient GPUs. Not only that, but it’ll deliver 80 Plus Silver efficiency, semi-modular cable management for a neat and tidy build, and as the brand name suggests, it’s “be quiet!” too. Finally, it’s backed up by a 3-year warranty, giving you added peace of mind.

Packaging and Accessories

The box is nicely designed, as they always are from be quiet! with a nice image of the PSU on the front, and a few details about the spec. You’ll also see that it’s tagged “essential” which is the moniker be quiet! give to their more affordable product ranges.

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Around the back, all the technical information you could ever need, such as load capabilities, and information for the lengths of all the included cables.

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In the box, you’ll find the mains power cable, user manual, fitting screws, and a few cable ties to help you keep things neat and tidy.

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There’s also a collection of additional modular cables, all of which come with a flat cable design. There are two GPU cables, each with dual 6+2 headers.

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Three more cables deal with all your peripherals, with a Molex cable, SATA cable, and a mixed SATA/Molex cable included in the box.

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