C-Series Gold PSU (2022) Frequently Asked Questions

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This FAQ covers the newer generation C-Series Gold Power Supplies (model number starting with PA-).  If you have an older generation NZXT E-Series or C-Series Power Supply (model number starting with NP-), please check out the following article:

NZXT Support - E-Series and C-Series Power Supply FAQs

Can I use my older NZXT brand PSU cables?

With the updated NZXT C-Series power supplies, we have switched to a new pinout when compared to our previous generation C and E series power supplies.  Due to this, older cables made for the C and E series will no longer be compatible and will need to be replaced.

If you had a previous generation C or E series power supply or purchased third party cables for your PSU, you will need to use the newer cables included with your C-Series PSU.

How do I tell if my PSU is a 1st Generation C-series or 2nd Generation?

All 1st Generation C-Series PSUs will have a model number starting with NP- while all newer 2nd Generation PSUs will have a model number starting with PA-

What are the available wattages for the new C-Series Gold PSUs?

The new line of NZXT C-Series Power Supplies come in a wide range starting from 650W.  For the most up to date list of available C-Series Power Supplies, please check out the link below:

NZXT - PC Power Supplies

Does NZXT offer custom sleeved cables for the new C-Series PSUs?

At this time, NZXT does not have any plans for sleeved cables to be offered for our new C-Series PSUs.

Are the new C-Series Gold PSUs compatible with NZXT CAM or have any active monitoring through CAM?

The NZXT C-Series power supplies are not CAM-enabled products and can be run without needing any additional software.

Is there a Silent or Eco Mode for the new C-Series Gold PSUs?

All of our C-Series Gold PSUs will include a Zero RPM mode switch located next to the main power switch.  When enabled (button out), your PSU's fan will only turn on when it hits a certain operating temperature.  With Zero RPM mode disabled (button in), your PSU fan will always be on and will adjust its speed based on the temperature of your PSU.

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