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[Cowcotland] Silverstone 600 Watt Gold Modular SFX PSU @ CeBIT: 2014

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Doucement, SilverStone agrandit sa gamme d'alimentations SFX, avec l'arrivée prochaine d'un modèle de 600W. Rien que ça... Basée sur la ST45SF-G en V2, elle utilisera des câbles modulaires plats afin de permettre un agencement plus simple et pratique.
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Slowly, SilverStone expands its range of power SFX, with the arrival of a 600W model. Nothing much ... Based on ST45SF-G V2, it will use the flat modular cables to enable a simpler layout and practice. Cebit 2014 Silverstone crosses new milestone 600w 80plus gold sfx. If the rate is not set, you can easily rely on the 450W model to get an idea. The latter being sold from € 100 , the sum of € 140 is not impossible, far from it. Remains to be seen if the fan that does not turn a function of load, will show silent. Finally, and because it is not all, the brand is also working on future models with SFX slim 100mm fan.

Source: LINK

On my mobile I'll translate this in a few. Behold the fabled Silverstone 600 watt Gold modular PSU from CeBit 2014. My SG05 build is ready for this!!

Model: SST-SX600-G

Review from Paul at [H]ard|OCP
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
SilverStone SFX SX600-G 600W Power Supply Review
With many people looking for a smaller enthusiast computer system footprint, the size of a power supply gets very important. With SFF motherboards getting better for overclocking, many folks are looking for higher PSU powers for overclocking. SilverStone brings an SFX form factor 600 watt capable pint-sized PSU...

Source: http://www.hardocp.com/article/2014/08/26/silverstone_sfx_sx600g_600w_power_supply_review

Edited by hyp36rmax - 8/27/14 at 12:06am
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Great. When are flat cables gonna become the norm
    
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Great. When are flat cables gonna become the norm

Hopefully now since the PSU is gonna include them.
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What they showed at CeBIT was a ST45SF-G with a mocked up sticker. So there's not even an engineering model of the SX600 available for a major trade show. You can see at Ecova website as well that there has not yet been a new SFX unit submitted for 80plus testing.

All this tells me that the new unit is still some months away from production.
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Well they did go to the hard work of making the sticker biggrin.gif

No but really that news disappoints me.... This is one of the components I am waiting for in my next build.
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sweet PSU, 600w SFX modular and 80+ gold and just in time for up coming dual GPU monster cards
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Currently have Silverstone's ST45SF-G 450 watt 80 Plus Gold in my machine at the moment. Can't wait to pick one of these up so I can start overclocking! biggrin.gif
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sweet PSU, 600w SFX modular and 80+ gold and just in time for up coming dual GPU monster cards

I was thinking the opposite: by the time this PSU is released we'll see Nvidia 800 series (Maxwell) which only needs half the power of previous gen Kepler.


Tony Ou, Silverstone global marketing manager wrote this on [H]forum this morning:
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Hi everyone, now that we've announced SX600-G this week at CeBIT. I can help clear up a couple of things about this upcoming PSU:

- Semi-fanless - this feature is taken from the current ST30SF model so that means the fan in the SX600-G will spin when its internal temperature reaches a certain point.

- PP05-E standard - this much more flexible and flat cable set will come standard with the SX600-G.

Unfortunately there are still some engineering issues to work out at this moment so I am unable to provide any more detailed information or time frame on its release. Sorry!
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I was thinking the opposite: by the time this PSU is released we'll see Nvidia 800 series (Maxwell) which only needs half the power of previous gen Kepler.


Tony Ou, Silverstone global marketing manager wrote this on [H]forum this morning:

I think GPUs are going to stay at their current power levels for a long time to come. Why lower power when you can crank up power and crank up performance? 250 watts is generally a good limit to what can be cooled by a dual-slot cooler with tolerable noise levels.
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I was thinking the opposite: by the time this PSU is released we'll see Nvidia 800 series (Maxwell) which only needs half the power of previous gen Kepler.


Tony Ou, Silverstone global marketing manager wrote this on [H]forum this morning:

maxwell wont even need this 600w , the good ol 450w would be more then adequate as it already has been. IMO the only people who would need this PSU would be the ones running dual GPU, 450w is good enough for everything else especially when maxwell halfs the power consumption so its all eyes on team red
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