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post #2631 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-24-2016, 06:04 PM
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I think he's talking about this one.

Thank you, yes I am. smile.gif

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post #2632 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-25-2016, 02:51 AM
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I've moved from the Chieftec Flyer to the Sharkoon CA-I. Build quality seems good, except a defect in the power button that doesn't hit the switch properly (Sharkoon is already sending me a replacement).

The aluminium finish feels really great and it actually heats up, so I guess is somehow helping with the heat dissipation smile.gif

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Thank you, yes I am. smile.gif

You can see reviews people have made on this site under their avatar.

Oh whoops, that is indeed true. Thanks for the review, it's quite baffling how bad the Corsair software for this thing is. What does a program even do during 30 seconds of startup? Most games don't even take that long to load. Anyway, good to see someone fixed it, seems like a very good option for M1 users. I think it would be very useful in the KI Cerberus as well.
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post #2634 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-25-2016, 04:54 AM
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Oh whoops, that is indeed true. Thanks for the review, it's quite baffling how bad the Corsair software for this thing is. What does a program even do during 30 seconds of startup? Most games don't even take that long to load. Anyway, good to see someone fixed it, seems like a very good option for M1 users. I think it would be very useful in the KI Cerberus as well.

I talked to SIV's developer about it - apparently Corsair Link is developed by a third party, and that causes all sorts of issues with communicating community-driven requests, bug fixes, etc. Even so, you would think a team of paid people could come up with something that worked just a little better than the mess there is now.

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post #2635 of 2861 (permalink) Old 08-29-2016, 09:17 PM
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That's good to hear. Other than the wattage and fan difference, how does the SX500 and the upcoming SX500-G & SX650-G differ?
I thought the -G meant Gold efficiency but the SX500 is Gold rated but no 'G'. Any differences in the ST and SX model designation?

Also, since you're here, would you mind checking if the OEM for the SilverStone units are correct in the PSU FAQ?
https://www.overclock.net/t/1300645/official-usff-sff-club#user_psu_faq (under "List of SFX PSUs")

SFX Form Factor - (100 mm Depth) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
PSU Name: Wattage: Fan: Semi-fanless OEM Modular Rating Link
SilverStone ST30SF v1.0 300W 80mm Y FSP No Bronze Link
SilverStone ST30SF v2.0 300W 92mm N FSP No Bronze Link
SilverStone ST45SF 450W 80mm N FSP No Bronze Link
SilverStone ST45SF-G 450W 80mm N Enhance Yes Gold Link
SilverStone SX500-G 500W 92mm (unsure) Yes (unsure) (Not Yet Released)
SilverStone SX550 550W 80mm N (unsure) No (unsure) Link
SilverStone SX600-G 600W 80mm Y Enhance Yes Gold Link
SilverStone SX650-G 600W 92mm High Power Yes (unsure) (Not Yet Released)

SFX-L Form Factor - (130 mm Depth) Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
PSU Name: Wattage: Fan: Semi-fanless OEM Modular Rating Link
SilverStone SX500-LG v1.0 500W 120mm Y High Power Yes Gold Link
SilverStone SX500-LG v2.0 500W 120mm N High Power Yes Gold Link
SilverStone SX700-LPT 700W 120mm Y High Power Yes Platinum Link
SilverStone SX800-LTI 800W 120mm Unsure Yes Platinum unreleased


And obligatory mention of a modular, low wattage, semi-fanless, SFX PSU.


We will eventually phase out the "ST" designation for all SFX PSUs (and a number of ATX PSUs too) so that in the future, when you see "SX" models, you will know immediately that they are SilverStone's SFX/SFX-L PSUs. Our plan is to release non-modular SFX PSUs without overlapping wattages to reserve designation such as "-G" "-PT" for higher end units that do have modular cables. So instead of adding another letter to the model name to differentiate modular from non-modular SFX PSUs, you now only need to see missing "-" to know that it is a non-modular model.

Great job on the SFX PSU list! Here are ones that need updates from your list:

SilverStone ST30SF v2.0 - 300W - 92mm - N - High Power - No - Bronze
SilverStone ST45SF v3.0 - 450W - 92mm - N - High Power - No - Bronze
SilverStone SX500-G - 500W - 92mm - N - High Power - Yes - Gold
SilverStone SX550 - 550W - 80mm - N - FSP - No - Gold
SilverStone SX650-G - 650W - 92mm - N - High Power - Yes - Gold
Lian Li PE-550 - 550W - 120mm - N - High Power - Yes - Gold
Lian Li PE-750 - 750W - 120mm - Y - Enhance - Yes - Platinum
SilverStone SX800-LTI - 800W - Y - Enhance - Yes - Titanium
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post #2636 of 2861 (permalink) Old 09-02-2016, 04:20 PM
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We will eventually phase out the "ST" designation for all SFX PSUs (and a number of ATX PSUs too) so that in the future, when you see "SX" models, you will know immediately that they are SilverStone's SFX/SFX-L PSUs. Our plan is to release non-modular SFX PSUs without overlapping wattages to reserve designation such as "-G" "-PT" for higher end units that do have modular cables. So instead of adding another letter to the model name to differentiate modular from non-modular SFX PSUs, you now only need to see missing "-" to know that it is a non-modular model.

Great job on the SFX PSU list! Here are ones that need updates from your list:

SilverStone ST30SF v2.0 - 300W - 92mm - N - High Power - No - Bronze
SilverStone ST45SF v3.0 - 450W - 92mm - N - High Power - No - Bronze
SilverStone SX500-G - 500W - 92mm - N - High Power - Yes - Gold
SilverStone SX550 - 550W - 80mm - N - FSP - No - Gold
SilverStone SX650-G - 650W - 92mm - N - High Power - Yes - Gold
Lian Li PE-550 - 550W - 120mm - N - High Power - Yes - Gold
Lian Li PE-750 - 750W - 120mm - Y - Enhance - Yes - Platinum
SilverStone SX800-LTI - 800W - Y - Enhance - Yes - Titanium

So the SX500-G and SX650-G won't be semi-fanless/passive anymore?
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Looks quiet, functional and beautiful. What are your temperatures like?

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11x ML 120 PRO fans
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5x Gentle Typhoons 1850rpm intake, 1x GT 1450rpm exhaust
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Looks quiet, functional and beautiful. What are your temperatures like?

Thank you. During a gaming session the CPU hits 60c and the GPU around 70c. Going to be working on airflow today.
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I'd like to finally join. I have a fully watercooled Sugo SG13: More pictures found in the Beastly ITX club thread.

 

Hardware:

2500k

Asus PZ77-I-WD Deluxe

PNY GTX 670

Corsair SF450

 

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Noctua 3k Industrial

Swiftech Apogee Drive II

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