Silverstone Strider 750w ST75F PSU

Connectors

Connectors

With 750w available you certainly don't want to be shortchanged when it comes to the number of devices that you can hook up. Most power supplies nowadays offer 6x Molex and 4x SATA as a minimum, but will the Strider have anything more to offer?

Silverstone Strider ST75F Cables Silverstone Strider ST75F Cables

The ST75F uses exactly the same type of cables as the ST60F. As a result, all cables on the ST75F are professionally sleeved in black mesh right up to the first connector. The sleeving is then held in place with sticky tape and finished off with black shrink-wrap.

It is also worth mentioning that Silverstone sell a shorter modular cable kit for SFF (small form factor) systems. More information on the PP03 kit can be found here.

Silverstone Strider ST75F Quad-SLI

With 750w on tap and evenly distributed rails, there is no reason why the ST75F wouldn't be capable of Quad-SLI. For this reason Silverstone have included 2x PCI-E cables, each with 2 PCI-E connectors attached to give the unit a total of 4x PCI-E connectors for Quad-SLI compatibility. This does make the ST75F slightly less modular, as users of only one graphics card will need to tuck away the extra cable.

Silverstone Strider ST75F ATX Silverstone Strider ST75F EPS12V

The ST75F comes with a 24-Pin ATX connector and no way of reducing the connector down to 20-Pin. People wanting to use this unit on an older style 20-pin ATX motherboard will need to purchase a 24-Pin to 20-Pin connector separately.

Quite a few of the most recently released motherboards still utilise the 4-Pin (P412v) connector, and for this reason Silverstone have included both P412v and EPS12v (8-pin) cables to ensure full compatibility.

ATX P412v PCI-E

SATA Molex Floppy

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Most Recent Comments

20-10-2006, 04:29:20

JN
**Exclusive**

"In keeping up with the competition, Silverstone have added a new unit to their modular PSU range. The ST75F boasts 150w more power than its predacessor, but will it perform any better?"

Linky

20-10-2006, 08:41:29

PV5150
Ah great, more power, sexy looks and modular cabling to boot I love my ST60F, but if one of these bad boys had been around when I was about to purchase...I would have spent the extra moolah. Great review as usual Jim, well done

20-10-2006, 12:45:49

ai_01
nother great psu review reps to the mod!

20-10-2006, 12:58:39

AKtodaface
Awesome review jim!

20-10-2006, 15:44:12

JN
Taa lads

22-10-2006, 17:53:21

BUFF
iirc this is an Etasis design?

looks like excellent vfm

22-10-2006, 18:12:30

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by BUFF
iirc this is an Etasis design?

looks like excellent vfm
Yeah, its an Etasis afaik. The internals are a fair bit better than the previous ST60F tho.

17-12-2006, 08:51:56

cichy202
I wonder why this PSU didn't get SLi certificate for dual 8800GTX... Anybody know why? :/

17-12-2006, 08:53:17

Toxcity
Oooo Nice looking beast that!

Oh, and superb reveiw!

17-12-2006, 09:10:05

FarFarAway
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='cichy202'
I wonder why this PSU didn't get SLi certificate for dual 8800GTX... Anybody know why? :/
Perhaps because it takes an age to get the certification?

17-12-2006, 09:14:08

llwyd
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='Kempez'
Perhaps because it takes an age to get the certification?
+ a day

22-12-2006, 10:56:47

cichy202
So is it able to run an Extreme SLi PC after OC?
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