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SilverStone prepares launch of Strider Titanium premium PSUs

by Mark Tyson on 28 January 2016, 13:30

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Silverstone has unveiled a trio of new compact, efficient modular power supplies for your PC. The Silverstone Strider Titanium Series, available shortly, are said to be the world’s smallest 80 PLUS ATX PSUs offering full modularity.

Touted as high performance and affordable, Silverstone's ST60F-TI, ST70F-TI and ST80F-TI provide peak outputs of 650, 750 and 850W respectively. You can check out each PSU's precise specification via the links in the preceding sentence but they all have the following in common:

  • High efficiency with 80 PLUS Titanium certification
  • Compact design with a depth of 150mm for easy integration
  • All Japanese capacitors
  • 100% modular cables
  • 24/7 continuous power output with 40℃ operating temperature
  • Class-leading single +12V rail
  • Strict ±3% voltage regulation and low ripple & noise
  • Silent running 120mm fan with 18dBA minimum
  • Compatible with ATX12V v2.4
  • Extensive under/over voltage protection
  • Measure 150 mm (W) × 86 mm (H) × 150 mm (D) and weigh 2.7Kg

Silverstone spells out the important 80 PLUS Titanium advantage; they "represent the pinnacle of power supply efficiency with requirement of at least 90 per cent conversion efficiency even at the very low 10 per cent loading condition". The firm says it can meet this challenging efficiency requirement on an <1000W PSU as it is a leader in PSU miniaturisation.

The ST60F-TI, ST70F-TI and ST80F-TI offer up power densities of 300W per litre, 362W per litre, and 413W per litre respectively. As well as the varying power ratings, and densities, the PSUs differ in the connectors on offer. The more powerful pair of supplies offer an extra 4-pin EPS connector for dual socket systems, more PCIe power connectors and more SATA power connectors.

Pricing hasn't yet been indicated by Silverstone (other than its 'affordability' statement) but its EU Facebook page suggests these products will arrive in stores/at online retailers within a fortnight.

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Have to laugh when a marketing ploy is the country of origin of the capacitors!
Have to laugh when a marketing ploy is the country of origin of the capacitors!

It's sad isn't it? But it's what legions of forum ranters demand :p

I like the idea of sensible watts and high efficiency, but nothing else to suggest these are quality units until proper tear-down reviews come in.
It's hard enough to get 80 Plus Platinum rated supplies under 1000W so to see a Titanium one as low as 600W is superb. If only this were available three months ago, when I just bought a replacement PSU. Sadly, my average rate of PSU purchases is once per five years…
I don't want japanese caps. I want correctly spec'ed ones for the job at hand.
Have to laugh when a marketing ploy is the country of origin of the capacitors!

Everyone who uses them does it.