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[TPU] SilverStone Readies Two More Strider Gold S Series Power Supplies

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SilverStone is currently preparing the release of two new power supplies part of the Strider Gold S Series, the 750 W SST-ST75F-GS and 850 W SST-ST85F-GS. Both models measure 150 (W) x 86 (H) x 150 (D) mm and feature a fully modular design, active PFC, a MTBF of 100,000 hours, an 80 PLUS Gold certification (up to 90% efficiency), a single 12V rail, and a low-noise 120 mm fan. Moreover, they have over current, over power, over voltage, over temperature, under voltage and short circuit protection.

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Hmmm, interesting. Now, how much are they going to cost thinking.gif
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Do want.

Now they need to make an ITX bigger than 550w and I will buy as soon as I find a link to purchase :O
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Do want.
ST75F-GS: 117,00 € und ST85F-GS: 135,00 €
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Now they need to make an ITX bigger than 550w and I will buy as soon as I find a link to purchase :O
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Hmmm, interesting. Now, how much are they going to cost thinking.gif

Same here, going to get the ST85F-GS, but still nowhere available in central EU.
Should be any day now... epic timing since most parts except PSU are arriving for my mATX gaming build smile.gif

I do llike that the blue connectors are hidden on the right side when its installed with the fan to the bottom, really sleak sexy matt black with no unnecessary stickers. Design wise absolutely nice, hope they perform as well as they look, 80+ Gold for 150mm length is impressive.
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