Sunday, June 5th 2016

SilverStone SX800-LTI Leads the SFX-L Pack

SilverStone may have the most powerful and efficient power supply you can buy in the SFX-L form-factor. The new SX800-LTI from SilverStone belts out 800W of power at 80 Plus Titanium switching efficiency, with a single +12V rail design, DC-to-DC switching, APFC, most common electrical protections, a 120 mm fan keeping things cool, and full modular cabling. There appears to be enough cabling for a machine with 2-3 high end graphics cards. SilverStone will likely include an adapter that lets you use this PSU on a standard ATX case.
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6 Comments on SilverStone SX800-LTI Leads the SFX-L Pack

#1
puma99dk|
nice to see a platinum psu rated 80 Plus Titan but still this fella gonna be expensive as hell i guess.
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techy1
SX700-LPT (also platinum and 700w) presented in may 2016. still not hit the market, but rumored price for that is a proud 150 eur/$... a little weird concept (both these) - only usefulness of these is for mitx cases - but you can not multigpu on mitx board even if money and heat is not limiting you... and with this age top single gpu you can easily go with sub 500w and even room for overclock is left. yea I know there is adapter so you can stick it in where ATX psu goes and even offset bracket(for 10$) so shave some 10mm of your PSU thickness (mounted) if you want to - but why would you?
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#3
dwade
We just need more ITX cases with native SFX support that isn't as big as ATX cases!
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#4
deu
Love the size of this! My Antec HCP 1000 is really long compare to this one, and for smaller (and newer), cases this could come in handy :0
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#5
rippie
Great, the previous one hasn't made it to market yet after 1.5 years, and now they announce this super monstah of a powah supply.

When will they hit the market? always paper/phantomwear, gimme the goodiezzzz! I needz it!
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#6
Traffic073
techy1, post: 3469144, member: 146421"
there is adapter so you can stick it in where ATX psu goes and even offset bracket(for 10$) so shave some 10mm of your PSU thickness (mounted) if you want to - but why would you?
Do you have a link to the offset adapter, or know where I can buy it?
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