Silverstone Strider 560w ST56F ATX PSU

Conclusion

Conclusion

If you are looking for a power supply that will fit almost any case, and will remain cool and reasonably quiet under heavy load conditions, then the Silverstone Strider ST56F is certainly the unit for you.

With very good results from our stress tests and Crossfire certification from ATI, the ST56F should be able to run high-end video cards or other high amperage components without any problems.

Currently retailing for £75.50 over at Specialtech.co.uk the ST56F is placed in direct competition with similar specification units from Tagan and Enermax - and in my opinion, certainly performs on par with them.

Pro's
- Good stress test results
- Adjustable potentiometers
- Plenty of connectors
- Small enough to fit most M-ATX cases.

Con's
- Not all cables sleeved
- Could be quieter under load

RecommendedValue Award

Buy this product now at Specialtech.co.uk

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25-05-2006, 10:29:34

JN
So you can't fit a PCP&C 1kw in your case, and the recently reviewed Silverstone Zeus 750w is just a bit too much out of your price range...well maybe it's time you checked out Silverstone's Strider range....

(ooh, and they've got adjustable pots )

Here

25-05-2006, 11:42:18

FarFarAway
Nice as usual Jim

Looks pretty solid. He likes his adjustable pots^

25-05-2006, 11:47:05

JN
Me lurfs adjustable pots
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