SilverStone revamped its mainstream SFX units with newer versions made by another OEM. The ST30SF and ST45SF v.2.0 are now made by Sirfa/High Power instead of FSP. The older models will still remain available, at least for a little while.
SilverStone's Strider Platinum series offers compact dimensions along with Platinum efficiency and a fully modular cable design. The 850W member of this line will be evaluated today. Its strong card against the competition is the 471W power density score.
SilverStone continues to enrich its SFX PSU portfolio. One of the most recent additions is the SX550, a budget-oriented unit featuring Gold-class efficiency and fixed cables instead of modular ones. As you can tell, it's intended to bring prices down.
SilverStone released a new addition to its SFX line today: the Platinum efficiency SX700-LPT which follows the SFX-L form factor.
SilverStone had several new products to show of at Computex 16, including new cases, PSUs, water cooling kits and other parts.
SilverStone released its first Titanium PSU series, which is made by Enhance Electronics. The smallest Strider Titanium unit will be under our scope today. Besides high efficiency it also offers compact dimensions and a fully modular cable design.
SilverStone recently expanded its Strider line with three new Platinum-rated units with capacities ranging from 550W to 750W. The family's flagship is being tested today, which includes fully modular cabling and compact dimensions.
Two new Skylake-ready CPU coolers are about to make their way to market, courtesy of Silverstone Technology. The Argon series AR07 and AR08 aim to deliver quality cooling at an affordable price.
SilverStone showed many new PSUs during CES, along with several new cases and some interesting peripherals.
SilverStone is the only company with so many compact PSUs in its portfolio. A while ago, it released the second version of the Strider Gold S with 750W of capacity.
SilverStone has a long tradition of offering small PSUs, and the new ST1500-GS is an excellent example of this, achieving an impressive 646 watt per liter power density score.
SilverStone's booth at Computex was full of new products, including the Platinum SFX-L form factor PSUs, the Zeus series of digital PSUs and other goodies.
Silverstone has a bunch of new products to show at Computex 2015, including four cases, two PSUs and two all-in-one liquid coolers that should fit in smaller form-factor PCs.
SilverStone's SX500-LG fits into the new SFX-L form factor. It's longer than normal SFX units, allowing for a larger fan that reduces output noise.
SilverStone's latest SFX PSU can push up to 700 W. Who's thinking dual-GPU graphics card in a Mini-ITX case?
SilverStone adds yet another small form factor case to its Sugo Series. The SG12 has room for three fans and allows GPUs up to 14.5 inches.
SilverStone's SX600-G is one of the most capable SFX PSUs you can buy. Six-hundred watts is a lot for this form factor, and today we are going find out if the company's offering is able to deliver its advertised power even in extreme conditions.
Look what we have here: two more cases from Silverstone, one of which is the mighty tiny Raven RVZ02.