SilverStone unveils Strider Titanium PSUs

SilverStone unveils Strider Titanium PSUs

The PSU maker SilverStone has unveiled the new Strider Titanium line of power supply units. The new line includes three mid-range PSUs with capacities of 600W (ST60F-TI), 700W (ST70F-TI) and 800W (ST80F-TI) but all of them come with 80 Plus Titanium efficiency, which means that even under 10 per cent load the PSUs will provide 90 per cent of efficiency when converting AC current into DC electricity.

The new Strider Titanium PSUs offer fully modular designs, flat cables and PSU length that is just 150 mm. The insides of the PSUs are cooled by a 120 mm fan, which makes little noise – when spinning the noise level of the fan can go down to 18 dB. Based on a Sirtec design, the Strider Titanium power supply units use Japanese capacitors, a single +12V rail, and protections against overheating, overvoltage, undervoltage and so on. The PSUs can easily power configurations with two video cards and offer enough cables. The 600W model features a single ATX (20+4) power connector, two 6-pin PCI-E power connectors, one EPS (4+4) power connector, two PCI-E power (6+2) connectors, eight SATA connectors, three molex 4-pin connectors and one FDD connector. The more powerful 700W and 800W models feature 1x ATX (20+4)-pin, 2x EPS (4+4)-pin, 4x PCI-E (6+2)-pin, 12x SATA, 3x molex 4-pin and 1x FDD connectors.

SilverStone has not unveiled the prices of the new PSUs, however.

Source: SilverStone

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