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Silverstone ST60F

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Silverstone Strider ST60F Review

PlanetAMD64
12 August 2008
  • Conclusion: Despite a few hiccups with a Molex connector, Silverstone has not only made huge improvements to their manual but have also designed one of the most cost effective and efficient power supplies ever to grace a gaming rig. I had strong reservations about how well this model would fare in terms of noise pollution and heat dissipation; both as we have seen are strong points of this model.
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Overall 8
8.0

SilverStone Strider ST60F Power Supply Review

PC Modding Malaysia
28 November 2005
  • Conclusion: When we reviewed SilverStone�s flagship NVIDIA SLI certified power supply, we were pretty much impressed with their Zeus ST65ZF power supply. Although I wished to use the ST65ZF for daily usage, I found myself difficult to live with it because of the noise. Luckily for me, the Strider ST60F came along at the right time when I was about to build my SLI rig.
  • Pros: Silent, Quad +12V rails, Modular cables, NVIDIA SLI certified, Lengthy cables with sleeving, Adjustable rails (+12V and +5V only), 3-year warranty for Europe customers
  • Cons: Modular connectors needs to be foolproof, Loose connectors, Heavy, Only 1-year warranty for Asia customers ,
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SilverStone Strider ST60F 600W

InsaneTek
11 October 2005
  • Summary: Once again, SilverStone has proven that they indeed have what it takes to be a leading power supply provider.  Their first modular power supply comes with a beefy 600W rating.  The very core of the ST60F is the same as the award-winning ST65ZF!  Although I have tested various modular power supplies and have seen many great results, I have yet to make the plunge to power my system with a modular power supply.  The ST60F has certainly convinced me to make the move.
  • Pros: Great performance, Provides 42A total to quad 12v rails, Competitively priced for a 600W PSU, Plenty of power connectors, Good efficiency at 75.8%, Fully modular, Silent
  • Cons: Amps for 5v rail a bit low
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Overall 8
7.5

SilverStone Strider ST60F

itrends.dk
7 June 2007
  • Conclusion: Vi har nu fået den første strømforsyning testet her på Itrends.dk, og vi er da sikre på at rigtigt mange vil følge gennem tiden. Det er nu ikke den første PSU jeg har haft under luppen. Jeg har rundet de 50 gennem min tid som tester. Vi havde denne gang fat i SilverStones meget populære serie Strider. Serien har eksisteret i en del år efterhånden, hvilket gør at SilverStone har haft god mulighed for at optimere både layout og design.
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Silverstone ST60F 600W

CaseUmbau.de
19 August 2006
  • Conclusion: Das Silverstone Netzteil ST60F ist jedem PC-Enthusiasten an das Herz zu legen. Denn mit der brachialen Kraft und der edlen Optik, richtet sich das Netzteil an Leute, die das maximallste für ihr Geld haben wollen. Für den "normalen" User zu Hause, ist diese Netzteil sicherlich viel zu übertrieben. Durch die vielen Sicherheitsschaltungen, kann sich jeder User lange an diesem Netzteil erfreuen und mit 3 Jahren Garantie liegt Silverstone auch weit über dem Durchschnitt.
  • Pros: - sehr gute Verarbeitung, - 100% Cable free, - Optik einheitlich, - sehr viele Anschlüsse vorhanden, - stabile Spannungen und viele Sicherheitsschaltungen
  • Cons: - Standby Verbrauch zu hoch, - Einbautiefe
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Silverstone Strider ST60F

Technic 3D
10 December 2005
  • Conclusion: Diese Chartliste ist nach den Anschlüssen der Netzteile unterteilt. In der roten Spalte finden sich Netzteile, welche nur über die wesentlichsten Anschlüsse verfügen, aber bereits BTX-Kompatibel sind und einen Anschluss für PCIe-Grafikkarten besitzen. Netzteile der mittleren Spalte verfügen zusätzlich über einen 8-Pin EPS-12V-Anschluss zur Versorgung von Dual-CPU und Intel Dual-Core-Mainboards.
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