Idle results at default settings:
As you can see, there is a pretty big difference in the readings on both power supplies here. The PCP&C voltages are much higher than the readings we got on the Antec. Antec’s results are within spec though.
Load results at default settings:
As we put a load on the power supplies, we see that both units do pretty good under load at default settings. You will not have any issues with either unit at these settings, as they are both very stable, showing very little drop during loaded conditions.
Idle results at overclocked settings:
The results here are very good for the PCP&C unit. As you can sese, at idle the voltage readings we were getting were very close, if not exactly the same when overclocked as they were at default settings for the computer. Very impressive. Also notice that on the Antec, each rail dropped slightly between default idle and overclocked idle.
Load results at overclocked settings:
The same results are sseen as we look at the load measurements while overclocked. Amazingly, the PCP&C hardly flinches off its previousley recorded results, while the Antec did take a little dip on each rail. The PCP&C Silencer 750 is rock solid!