Silverstone Zeus 560w ST56ZF ATX PSU



The following specification has been taken directly from Silverstone's Website.

- Powerful single +12V rail (38A) for special performance requirements
- Dual PCI-E 6pin connector (NVIDIA SLI Certified)
- Four Serial ATA connectors
- Industrial class components
- Support for ATX 12V & EPS 12V
- Active PFC

Zeus 560w Specs

Most notable of the specifications, is the fact that the ST56ZF only has a single +12v rail rated at 38a which is quite rare in modern day power supplies.

However, many people do prefer single railed PSU's as it aliviates some of the problems raised when using high-end graphics cards. The problems generally appear when users attempt to use their multi-railed PSU's in a SLI / Corssfire configuration, only to find out that the rail assigned to providing PCI-E power is simply not able to cope.
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Most Recent Comments

08-06-2006, 14:11:38

Today I'll be looking at the 560w version of Silverstone's highly acclaimed Zeus series of power supplies. With a single +12v rail providing up to 38a, will it be able to keep up with its dual and triple railed competitors?

Check out the review hereQuote

08-06-2006, 15:01:25

Nice job XMS. Im liking the efficency test! Dam good idea and original.Quote

08-06-2006, 15:08:34

Originally Posted by name='Ham'
Nice job XMS. Im liking the efficency test! Dam good idea and original.
Cheers mate. We're aiming to come up with new kinds of testing procedures for all our reviews, so if there is something you'd like to see tested in any of our future reviews, let us know Quote

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