3dgameman.com: The Silverstone Strider ST60F offers plenty of power for today's most demanding hardcore computer systems. While 600 watts of quality power is tremendous it's also modular and has a quiet 120mm fan. Additionally, all the leads are sleeved which cuts down on all the cable mess and increases air flow inside the case. This is one Badass product!
legionhardware.com: Over the past few years the requirement for high-quality power supplies has become a real issue. Since processors and graphics cards have really started to suck down power, there has been a greater demand for power supplies to perform. Computers are generating a lot more heat these days and for this to happen they need more power. The power requirements of the latest and greatest computers are enormous. The power situation has reached a point where anything under 400watts is obsolete.
xsreviews.co.uk: 1000W used to only be for kettles or heaters, but now your PC can be supplied with a kilowatt of energy. Several manufactures have had a go at the 1000W supply, and Ive yet to see one that really stands out from the crowd. Today I have the SilverStone Strider which builds on the success of their many other power supplies. Have they got it right?
hardwaresecrets.com: SilverStone has several power supply lines ranging from 350 W to 1,200 W and we were very curious to review a product from this manufacturer. For our first review of a SilverStone product, we decided to take a look on a mainstream product, Strider ST50F, which is a 500 W power supply costing only USD 67 at Newegg.com. How this product compares to other units from this power range we reviewed so far? Can it really deliver its rated 500 W? Is this a good product for Average Joe? Let's see.
pro-clockers.com: The Strider series is one of Silverstones best-selling power units. The lineup consists of models ranging from 350 up to a massive 1200 watts. It is obvious that we won't be testing the whole lineup but we will look at the middle model the ST600F which is 600 watts of stable power aimed at the individuals that want modest power while providing a high level of efficiency and remaining quiet. And if you are looking for more reasons to consider the Strider well it is modular and priced to sell.
hi-techreviews.com: It's time for another power supply review and this time we have the pleasure of reviewing the Silverstone Technology Strider 600 watt power supply. This power supply features 100 percent modular technology along with a large 135mm fan to help keep everything operating at a safe and cool temperature. Take a minute and have a look at our review and see just how well the Strider 600 performs.
pcper.com: The SilverStone Strider Plus 850W power supply supports the ATX12V v2.3 and EPS12V standards and is rated for a combined, continuous output power of up to 850 watts at 40?C operating temperature. That?s important as some less reputable manufactures limit their power supply?s advertised capacity by specifying a lower operating temperature (25?C) in the fine print.
pro-clockers.com: Class, sleek and powerful are just a few words that I can think of to describe anything that comes from Silverstone. From the TJ line of cases to the ST series of power supplies nothing says quality like Silverstone. Another one of their quality products is in our lab today, The Strider ST60F 600 watt power supply. Boasting a boatload of power and modular cables, this maybe your next power unit.
ocia.net: A total of eight Molex connections should be plenty for your power-hungry system. The beautiful thing about modular technology is that you can eliminate the clutter of wires in your system by simply removing the wires that you will not utilize. Do note that the main ATX power cable is 24-Pin, but can be converted to 20-Pin should your motherboard require it.
ngohq.com: 600W might seem like a lot to many people, but for the high end user there is no doubt that a good power supply is a must have. High end users often have dual graphics cards, multiple hard drives, a high end CPU, two optical drives and several fans involved in their current setup. With specs like that a 600W PSU is desirable if you want a completely stable system. The ST60F is capable of maintaining 600W of continuous power output at 50?C. The ST60F has quad +12V rails, for extreme performance and giving the Silverstone ST60F a total of 42 amps.
techgage.com: Power supplies are often overlooked when building a system, but they shouldn't be! The ST56F is a great example of what a PSU should include feature wise. Boasting a 560W power output and 80% efficiency, it's obvious that this has the fuel to feed to your beefy system.
overclock3d.net: Just over 3 months ago we had the oportunity to review Silverstone's upgraded 750w model of their original 600w Strider PSU. Today we're back again to see what their latest 850w model has to offer.
techpowerup.com: The Silverstone Strider 850W is a power supply designed with gamers in mind. It comes with a modularity feature and allows up to eight PCI-Express video card connectors to be used. As fan a 135mm variant is employed, together with the high efficiency of 80%+ it allows the unit to be very quiet, considering the maximum power output of 850W.
techpowerup.com: The Silverstone Fortress aims to shrink the same awe inspiring and award winning uni-body construction of the legendary TJ07 to a mid-tower case, while still offering modern functionality and all the bells and whistles one should expect from an enthusiast enclosure.
pro-clockers.com: In the past week months we have taken a look at some pretty nice power supplies. Many of which are still hanging around to the lab serving various task. Our next power supply looks to join the ranks of this units still staying around. The Strider Plus ST750F-P is Silverstone's first 80Plus Silver power supply. The unit is fully modular something the previous Strider Element was not. These two features along will make the new Strider Plus appealing to the masses.