Silverstone Strider 600w ST60F Modular PSU
Published: 4th September 2006 | Source: Silverstone | Price: |Introduction
I'm a big fan of the concept behind the modular power design, and how it can help reduce clutter and improve airflow inside your case. However no modular unit that I've reviewed to date has really impressed me to the point of making me want to go out and buy one. Most units seem to be underpowered, have unstable rails or strange arrangements of connectors.
Today I'm going to be taking a look at the ST60F 600w Strider power supply from Silverstone which I'm told is based upon the highly acclaimed ST65ZF unit. Hopefully this unit will satisfy my hunger for a modular power source. Let's find out...
After reviewing a fair few Silverstone power supplies, I was pretty certain of what to expect in the packaging department. The ST60F comes in a professionally styled box that follows the same design as the rest of their PSU line.
This standardised design makes it easy to pick out Silverstone products among the other brands, and the unit's specifications are clearly visible on all sides of the box.
The front and top of the box show pictures of the power supply along with its vital statistics. The Strider 600w boasts full support for ATX12v and EPS12v standards, Quad +12v rails and a quiet running 120mm fan.
The ST60F package contains the following items:
1x Silverstone ST60F manual.
1x ST60F rail distribution leaflet.
4x Black case screws
2x Additional PCI-E cables for Quad-SLI.
1x Power cord.
1x ST60F Power Supply.