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Silverstone ST85F Strider 850W

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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  2. Tuk New Member

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    This PSU only give 4 Amps more than the Thermaltake ToughPower 750w. If you can find it for cheaper, it is a better idea.
     
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    62A with both combines and 35A A piece. I have alot to learn about powersupplies, amperage and how they calculate. For instance 420+420+180 is 1020W, but its max is 850. See, that throws me off.

    However, top notch review as always W1zz. I love it. Good Psu but the price is a bit high.
     
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    why the hell can you remove the atx loom??? that is kinda silly. Unless you have one of those new mbs that run on 1 sata connector and floppy drive power..... :)

    Good review though w1zz
     
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    Druken: It's a nice option if you want to run a dual PSU solution, there ATX connector would just be in the way.
     

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