Silverstone Nightjar 450
The Nightjar 450 from Silverstone, which is also listed in shops under the name ST45NF, has a maximum nominal performance rating of 450 watts (a higher peak load is not specified by the manufacturer). The basic construction of the power supply, with a large aluminum cooling element, corresponds to that of the Fortron unit.
When it comes to connections, Silverstone has invested in the future somewhat. As a result, there are six SATA connections on the unit, along with six 4-pin Molex connections. The white-grey color combination reminds you of days gone by, but when hunting around in a tower for the right connections, you realize that the different SATA connection colors are practical.
The CPU connection is split, and can thus be used to suit both four- and eight-pin requirements. Silverstone has also employed this method for the PCIe connections: two six-pin connections are available, one of which can be extended to an eight-pin connection for modern graphics cards. The ATX connection is split in this way, and offers options with both 24-pin and 20-pin connections.
Silverstone has also not scrimped on the cable lengths; the ATX connection has a cable over 21” (55 cm) in length.