One of the companies I visited is a company that's perhaps a bit less well known in the US, be quiet! (I joked with the representatives that they should change their name to "Shut Up!", but that probably won't happen.) Headquartered in Germany, be quiet! focuses on creating silent or at least low noise components for PCs, with a range of power supplies, CPU coolers, fans, and now cases. We've reviewed a few of their power supplies over the past couple of years, and most have performed well – though they were not necessarily "silent" during testing at high loads. Most of the products on display in their suite have been available for at least several months or more, so I'll confine my comments...
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