Silverstone's Precision PS15 is a budget-friendly compact PC case that has all the benefits and drawbacks you'd expect to find in a case of this size and price.
The SilverStone ST1000-PTS has 554W per liter power density, thanks to its 1kW capacity and the compact dimensions. Is it a good option for $254 (£195)?
The ST1200-PTS is the smallest, in dimensions, 1200W power supply that money can buy today, but can its compact dimensions affect the overall performance?
The SX700-G was the first SFX-based PSU to offer 700W of power in such a small form factor. Basically, it is an overclocked version of the SX650-G, since it is based on the same platform.
The SX650-G is a fully modular SFX PSU with 80 PLUS Gold and ETA-A efficiency certifications. With 650W of capacity and four PCIe connectors, it easily supports high-end gaming PCs.
SilverStone, known for high-quality PSUs and innovative PC cases, is back with another Redline Series chassis. How does this budget model shape up?
The SilverStone ST45SF is one of the most affordable SFX PSUs. Its low price is a very strong advantage considering its decent performance.
It's big enough to hold triple fan radiators on both the front and top, and it's half loaded with LED fans from the factory, but is SilverStone’s PM01 the best value in mainstream gaming cases?
Borrowing most of its design from its Raven RVZ02, is Silverstone's Milo ML08 an optimal slim chassis choice for mini-ITX builders?
The highest-end member of SilverStone's Strider Platinum line is the ST1200-PT, and we're ready to give it an exhaustive evaluation. It achieves a high power density score thanks to compact dimensions, and there's that 1200W capacity. But is this enough?
SilverStone released a powerful new SFX-L unit that boasts 700W capacity, Platinum-rated efficiency, fully modular cabling, and a single +12V rail. The SX700-LPT is based on a Sirfa platform and promises quiet operation thanks to its 120mm fan.
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 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.
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.