Be calm introduced the flagship power supply Dark Power 13
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Be calm! introduced the flagship power supply Dark Power 13 – ATX 3.0 with up to 1000W and a 12VHPWR connector

Be calm! introduced a new series of power supplies Dark Power 13. It includes models with a power of 1000, 850 and 750 watts. All new products are ATX 3.0 compliant and 80 PLUS Titanium certified, indicating their very high efficiency. The efficiency of these models is up to 95.8%.

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In be quiet! Dark Power 13 uses an advanced Active Rectifier + Full Bridge LLC + SR + DC-DC topology and component wireless connection scheme.

The manufacturer also claims to use only the highest quality components in new products, including Japanese capacitors designed to operate in temperatures of up to 105 degrees Celsius. The Dark Power 13 power supplies are cooled by advanced and patented 135mm frameless fans.

Like the predecessors of the Dark Power 12 series, the Dark Power 13 power supplies are also equipped with four 12 V lines and have the Overclocking Key function, which combines all four lines into one if necessary, which leads to an increase in the stability of the power supply when in use of the most powerful computer components under extreme conditions.


Everyone be quiet! Dark Power 13 is equipped with a 12+4-pin 12VHPWR power connector that can deliver up to 600W of power to the graphics card. However, in addition to the new connector, the power supplies of the new series are also equipped with the usual 6+2-pin power cables for graphics cards.


The company claims all kinds of protections for the Dark Power 13 series of power supplies, including overheating, overcurrent, short circuit, overvoltage and undervoltage, and also offers a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty on new items.

Quiet! Dark Power 13 will be released on January 24th. The 1000W model cost the manufacturer $289.90/€294.90, the 850W model $249.90/€259.90 and the 750W model $209.90/€214.90 .

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