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[* black] A quick lookWith a rated output of 12.1 Volts and 32.2 Amps, we're looking at thea 450 Watt power supply. (Oooh, capacitors.)The power supply has no dedicated cooling, and relies on the main system fan to keep cool—which that allows the Mac Pro to idle at a whisper-quiet 12 dBa.
[* icon_note] For comparison, we found a 450 Watt PSU in our recent [guide|20473|Steam Machine teardown|stepid=56418]. The Steam Machine's SilverStone power supply featured a "silent running 80 mm fan with 18 dBA minimum."
[* black] A quick lookWith a rated output of 12.1 Volts and 32.2 Amps, we're looking at thea 450 Watt power supply. (Oooh, capacitors.)The power supply has no dedicated cooling, and relies on the main system fan to keep cool—which that allows the Mac Pro to idle at a whisper-quiet 12 dBa.
[* icon_note] For comparison, we found a 450 Watt PSU in our recent [guide|20473|Steam Machine teardown|stepid=56418]. The Steam Machine's SilverStone power supply featured a "silent running 80 mm fan with 18 dBA minimum."
[* black] And a quick look at what's left on the behemoth of a heat sink: Heavy gauge, flat power cables run from the PSU to the logic board and graphics cards, and remain intertwined in the heat sink.