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Official website: SF Series™ SF600 — 600 Watt 80 PLUS® Gold Certified High Performance SFX PSU


Contents and Specifications

Package contents


SF Series High-Performance SFX Power Supply

Compatibility

6th generation Intel® Core™ processor Ready (Intel Skylake and Z170 motherboards)
ATX12V v2.4 and EPS 2.92 standards and is backward compatible with ATX12V 2.2, 2.31 and ATX12V 2.01 systems

Features

92mm thermally controlled fan with Zero-RPM mode
80 PLUS® Gold efficiency, delivering 90% energy efficiency at real world load conditions.
Fully modular cables for easy installation, less clutter, and helps maximize airflow through your computer’s chassis.

Engineered to meet maximum power output at a 40°C temperature rating.
Over-voltage protection, under-voltage protection, short circuit protection, over power protection, and over temperature protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components.
Safety and Agency Approvals: FCC, ICES, CE, UL, CUL, RCM, TUV, CB, CCC, BSMI, EAC, RoHS, WEEE, RoHS (China), KC

SF600 cabling Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Reviews:


OC owners: -


Released SFX PSUs:
  • SilverStone ST45SF-G
  • SilverStone SX500-LG
  • SilverStone SX600-G
  • SilverStone ST30SF
  • SilverStone ST45SF
  • SilentStorm SFX Gold 500W

Edited by tmaven - 3/29/16 at 9:10pm
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Hello guys,

I'm still waiting for Czech re-seller. Whats your status? Have you already purchased this unit? Whats your opinions?

I hope it will be quieter than my SFX450W gold from silverstone.
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Probably a long shot, but will SilverStone's short cable set work with this Corsair SFX PSU?

I'm ready to dump my SilverStone SX600 which constantly makes high-pitched and dive-bomb like noises.
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Originally Posted by Synomenon View Post

Probably a long shot, but will SilverStone's short cable set work with this Corsair SFX PSU?

I'm ready to dump my SilverStone SX600 which constantly makes high-pitched and dive-bomb like noises.

Cables on this look pretty short, probably the same length as the short cables kit
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Originally Posted by Synomenon View Post

Probably a long shot, but will SilverStone's short cable set work with this Corsair SFX PSU?

I'm ready to dump my SilverStone SX600 which constantly makes high-pitched and dive-bomb like noises.
I don't think so. By the looks of it, Silverstone uses a 24 pin on with side of the 24 pin cable and corsair uses an 18 pin and 10 pin on the PSU side of the 24 pin cable
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I got this today but I can't recommend this psu. First I was like wuhuu at last silent power. Fan was still. But when I started gaming and stopped fan still spin. Now that fan is spinning about 50 minutes. Maybe this is not so silent what Corsair says. When fan is spinning it makes little brii noise.

I think that best power is SilverStone SX500-LG although it is SFX-L. Not making any weird noises and it is silent.
Edited by MasterOfMC - 3/15/16 at 1:21pm
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Its temperature based cooling, so I guess you have weak airflow?
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User anak85, from [H] found a basic review: https://smallformfactor.net/reviews/powersupplies/corsair-sf600-review-new-player-joined
Also, there are SFX PSUs from Sharkoon. The Sharkoon SilentStorm SFX Gold seems to be exactly the same thing as the Sivlerstone SFX-L 500w gold.
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PSU is too loud for me. It will be going back. 120mm psu fan is the bare minimum for noise freaks.
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PSU is too loud for me. It will be going back. 120mm psu fan is the bare minimum for noise freaks.

Seriously? Could you elaborate on your experience?
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