Silverstone Strider 850w ST85F PSU

Specifications

Specifications

The following information has been taken directly from Silverstone's Website:

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!

• 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%

Silverstone ST85F Specs

In addition to Silverstone making the decision to 'downgrade' the ST85F to two +12v rails instead of the original four, they have also incorporated the latest 8-Pin PCI-E connectors due to be used in upcoming graphics cards. The ST85F is also shown to be 2dBA quieter at idle than the previous ST75F model most likely owing to it's slightly larger 135mm fan.

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Most Recent Comments

30-01-2007, 08:42:50

JN
"Just over 3 months ago we had the oportunity to review Silverstone's upgraded 750w model of their original 600w Strider PSU. Today we're back again to see what their latest 850w model has to offer."

Linky

30-01-2007, 09:16:22

Toxcity
Looks pretty good!

Not the best PSU I have ever seen but none the less pretty intresting to compare with others around.

Once again another Awesome reveiw from OC3D!

30-01-2007, 09:38:43

ai_01
one thing i love about the silverstone psu is the sleeving, always impressed by it and i wish other companies would do it just like theirs.

30-01-2007, 12:28:46

markkleb
I like the idea of having the 8pin cables(for future GPUs) But I am kind of sad that they dont aim higher.

I think in the 800Watt and higher market the PSs should cater to "Enthusiast" not the penny pincher bookeepers that seem to run the companies.

The PS 510 I just got has external adjustable pots for voltages. I think they should go 1 step further and add a digital gauge to it.

When I think of Silverstone I think "High End" its a shame they dont feel the same way.
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