BeQuiet Dark Power PRO 850 Watt PSU review -
Who needs internet erotica when you can look at images like these huh ? Gawp at many photo's in the image gallery.
Enough said, that's golden stuff right there on the box ;)
The Dark Power Pro 850 Watt and it's standard cardboard box. Very nice design and a lot of attention went into the packaging. In it obviously all components including the PSU which is ATX and BTX form factor ready.
On the front side of the photo we see a grill/mesh for optimal airflow. It also eliminates the extra noise of second (additional) fan.
The PSU is nicely coated with a black'ish metallic paint.
Looking at the other side we see the modular connections. Each nicely describe what they are supposed to be used for, that's really nice and very user friendly. The cables are sleeved beautifully and are long enough to reach anything in your case.
So a couple of weeks ago I had a call from Miss D. at Listan, their rock solid BeQuiet series is to be updated to a new revision. And at that very moment I was like ..hmm what on earth could they improve ? Well, before we get into that .. let me just say .. they did. On the next pages we'll show you a full-fetched review on their all new BeQuiet Dark Power Pro "First Class" edition of power supplies. A PSU series that is quite efficient, stable and so darn quiet .. that I measured over and over again.
BeQuiet Dark Power PRO 850 Watt PSU review
The last time I received a power supply from them I received an email back from a friend working in the graphics card industry. He said "Hilbert, I just bought one of these and you were 100% right. I'm really glad I bought one." So for Listan it's difficult to improve an already great product I figured. Hmm, nope! In the ever-growing demand of power consumption they have yet again released an affordable power supply, this time with a 850 Watt rating yet for a price that's stunning. Next to that it's modular, has high energy efficiency, is quite silent and will fit in any case due to it's small size opposed to the Kilowatt PSU's we recently have seen.