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Today we have the ST65F-G. This unit has a slightly larger footprint than the ST45F-G, but it is still one of the smallest ATX form factor power supplies on the market. It offers enough power and connectors to take care of a system with dual video cards and does so with 80 PLUS Gold efficiency.

Aside from the size, it shares the same features that we've come to love with the Strider Gold Evolution series of power supplies and as such, we expect this to be a great power supply.

Read more at http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/5872/silverstone-st65sf-g-650-watt-80-plus-gold-power-supply-review/index.html#EoyrSTrPDT3gzrzd.99


Maybe just a tad expensive? I've alwways had good luck with SliverStone.
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I have the 550w version (Exactly the same unit) and it was really expensive.

But a good unit at 140mm and full modularity does seem come with a price premium.

I believe JonnyGuru covered both the 550w and 650w models and came to the conclusion that the platform was more fit for 550w in terms of performance.
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Thread title is wrong, ST65SF-G suggests SFX unit. It's ST65F-G an ATX unit. And it's not really news, been around for a while smile.gif
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Thread title is wrong, ST65SF-G suggests SFX unit. It's ST65F-G an ATX unit. And it's not really news, been around for a while smile.gif

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If a product is a year old, does it really need a pre-existing thread to prove it's not news wink.gif
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Got super excited thinking this was a SFX power supply. frown.gif
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Got super excited thinking this was a SFX power supply. frown.gif
same here :/
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