Impressive Silverstone PSUs on Show at Computex

/ 4 years ago

Latest Silverstone PSUs on Show at Computex

SilverStone is well known for their high-quality and exceptional performing power supplies, and it looks like they’re ready to keep that trend rocking throughout the rest of 2016. First up, we have their new Gemini Series Redundant PSUs, which come in an easily compatible ATX form factor, meaning they can be easily fitted to many systems, but pack two slide-out units, in either a 400+400 or 50+500 package. Both units deliver powerful 12V rails, 80 Plus Gold efficiency and help guarantee your system uptime.




Now this is crazy and mighty impressive, an SFX-L PSU which delivers a whopping 700W, 58.4A over the +12V rail and 80 Plus Platinum efficiency. If you’re looking to build an extremely powerful SFF system, this is certainly the way to go, and with 500w, 600w, 700w and even an 800w model available, you’re certain to find one to suit your needs. We didn’t get pricing, but don’t expect these to be cheap. Of course, you do get what you pay for.





Not only do these units feature a huge fan that brims onto the very edges for whisper quiet performance, they even come with fully modular cables; you couldn’t ask for a better SFX-L unit today!



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