Silverstone Release The SST-ST85F 850W High Efficiency PSU

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 18/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Silverstone

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

Silverstone has released the latest in their Strider lineup of power supply units - the ST85F.

With continuous combined +12V output of 64A , the 850W addition to SilverStone's Strider family has all that is capable of running a high-end system. Housed in the same environmentally friendly casing as the ST 75F , with 100% modular cable system and high quality cable bag, this power supply package is not only more advanced; it is also a cinch to manage. Cooled with a bigger and quieter 135mm fan, the ST 85F is an awesome all around power supply that delivers performance, optimal efficiency, and superior user comfort in its class!

Special Features

  • Dual +12V with continuous 64A combined output
  • 100% modular cables with cable bag
  • Support dual PCI-E 8 pin connectors & quad PCI-E 6 pin connectors
  • Silent running 135mm fan
  • Support for ATX 12V 2.2 & EPS 12V
  • Active PFC
  • Efficiency greater than 80%

Interested in the new Strider ST85F modular PSU with increased efficiency? Then head to Silverstone's website for more.

Silverstone ST85F Silverstone ST85F

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Most Recent Comments

17-01-2007, 17:06:31


17-01-2007, 17:09:42



It's Thermaltake... enough said.

17-01-2007, 17:11:16

omg, that is the worst idea ever, 500 per month pshhhhh i wonder how many they will sell.

17-01-2007, 17:13:59


lol that thing is ugly and it also looks as though it should be in some alien movie or something defintly not for me:eek:

17-01-2007, 17:17:24

Mr. Popo
a waste of materials.

17-01-2007, 17:21:51

PP Mguire
Thats not even a case anymore. If somebody modded their case to do that cool, but for stock Jesus thats overkill. Exactly who would buy one of these?

17-01-2007, 17:26:11

lol what is that?

All those hinges and I bet the mobo tray isn't even removable :rolleyes:

17-01-2007, 19:26:23

Wow that case it cool but a little overkill in my opinion.

18-01-2007, 05:40:55

ugly...plain ugly, why do they insist on making watercooling and modding look rubbish, untidy and hideous. Is that honestly the way Thermaltake (and the rest of the world) percieve overclockers, modders and watercoolers????

Plus I bet the reason they are only producing 500 a month is because the Tai-Chi and the Mozart TX pretty much bombed so they don't want loads of unwanted stock hanging around......

The biggest single most waste of aluminium ever.

18-01-2007, 06:07:25

it looks like the robot off a grand day out crossed with slimer from ghost busters. Then someone took a bat too it.

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