SilverStone ET700-MG Power Supply Review
Mike Sanders / 12 months ago
SilverStone isn’t a brand that pings up on our radar often and that is perhaps due to the fact that unlike many other manufacturers, they do not tend to flood the market with products. They seem to rather prefer releasing quality designs in a slow and steady stream. Well, at least that’s the impression I get.
In terms of their past launches, however, we have never failed to be impressed with their power supplies, and with the launch of their brand new ET700, it seemed to pack more than a few excellent features to warrant us giving it a much closer look!
SilverStone ET700-MG Power Supply
Coming with 700 watts of power and featuring an 80-plus Gold efficiency rating, it certainly seems to tick many of the right boxes a savvy PC consumer would (or should) have. More so, with its fully modular cables, this should be a fantastic option for those for value good system design/management. Overall, it looks more than a little excellent.
Just to clarify a point regarding this power supply, however, there is something of a contradiction in the product name. On both on the box work and power supply, it is named as the ET700, whereas the official product name is the ET700-MG. As such, if you see either term used in this review (or with an online retailer), you can safely presume we’re all talking about the same PSU.
- High efficiency with 80 PLUS Gold certification
- 24/7 continuous power output with 40℃ operating temperature
- Class-leading single +12V rail
- Silent running 135mm fan with 18 dBA
- PCI-E 8pin and PCI-E 6pin connectors support
- Advanced fully cable management
- All-black flat cables design
- Multiple protection circuitry
For more details specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!
As this is a fully-modular power supply, one of key benefits of this system is only having to install and utilize cabling your PC and components specifically require. While the ET700 isn’t overly generous in the quantity provided, there should still be more than enough here to successfully hook up the vast majority of gaming PCs.