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SilverStone Displays Case Lineup and 1350W PSU

Temjin TJ12

This is a concept case with an amazing 19 slot spaces. There you can see crammed inside are six dual-slot cards -- that's four GTX 480 and two GTX 580. Yes, it can play anything you throw at it.

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TJ04-E

This one has 9 slot spaces, three 120 mm fans, steel body, and a choice between aluminum or plastic front panel.

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SG08

This one is a mini-ITX case with a steel body and aluminum front panel. 1 x 180 mm fan.

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TJ08-E

Micro ATX case, steel body, aluminum front panel. 1 x 180 mm fan, 1 x 120 mm fan.

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GD07, GD08

These are meant for the living room, like in a HTPC. These two models differ mostly in bay configuration.

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T50NF

All aluminum-made passive PSU with no fan meant for servers and workstations.

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ZM1350

1350 watt, 80 Plus Silver. Six rails for server mode and one rail for OC mode, with a switch. There's also a switch to increase the fan speed.

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Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • iam2thecrowe
    1350w 24/7 at 50C. Wow. I'd like to see someone to put that PSU to the test.
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  • joytech22
    The micro ATX case with the Xfired cards looks really cool, I wonder how well it copes under load.
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  • soo-nah-mee
    Wow. Up to an 11.25 amp draw @ 120v. Hope the wiring in your house is good! I run 400 gallons of aquariums at 81 deg. F with less wattage!
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  • nebun
    talk about overkill...do we really need a 1300W power supply?
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  • kilo_17
    Wow that MATX case still holds two 6990s
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  • argade
    Someone please tell me what MB is in that case with 6 dual slot vid cards in it!
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  • geekapproved
    1350w? They must be preparing for a new Nvidia release.
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  • geekapproved
    Fermi 2?
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  • Or the PSU is for people who fold and run multiple GPU setups. You tech geeks are really starting to suck the fun out of new products with your crying.
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  • c0oim4n
    I want to see a motherboard that supports 4+ PCIe slots at 16x. Having 6 graphics cards would be overkill, but it would something cool to brag to your friends about.
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