SilverStone expands its Strider Platinum PSU line

SilverStone expands its Strider Platinum PSU line

About a month ago SilverStone released the Strider Platinum power supply line. Back then it included three PSU models with power output of 550W, 650W and 750W.

Now this PSU maker has decided to expand its Strider Platinum line with three more models with higher output. The three new models offer 850W (SST-ST85F-PT), 1000W (SST-ST1000-PT) and 1200W (SST-ST1200-PT) of power output and just like before they come with 80 Plus Platinum efficiency and fully modular designs, which allow users to employ only the cables that they need.

The three new Strider Platinum PSUs offer a single +12V rail that provides 70.9A, 83A and 100A of current, respectively. The PSUs also include protection against overload, overcurrent, overheating and more. The 850W model includes a single 120 mm cooling fan, while the 1000W and 1200W models provide one 139 mm fan. All of them feature dust filters. When operating they produce 26 dB (850W) and 36 dB (1000W/1200W) of noise.

SilverStone says that the three new PSUs come with MTBF of 100 000 hours. The PSUs offer the popular ATX form factor and are 140 mm long (850W model) and 180 mm long (1000W/1200W models). As to pricing the 850W model sells now for USD 265, the 1000W version costs USD 315, while the 1200W model is the most expensive one and costs USD 400.


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