Silverstone Zeus 750w ST75ZF Quad Rail PSU

Specification

Specification

The following specification has been taken in most part from Silverstone's website:

- Quad +12V rail for superior performance
- Dual PCI-E 6pin connectors (SLI & CrossFire ready)
- Industrial class components
- Support for ATX 12V 2.2 & EPS12V
- Active PFC
- Efficiency greater than 80% (max. 86%)

Specs

The following image is taken of the +12v rail layout insert included with the Power Supply:

Rail Specs

As we can see, Priority is given to CPU1, CPU2 and VGA1, VGA2. VGA3 and VGA4 share their power with the molex connectors, which under most circumstances shouldn't cause any problems - but it really depends on how many high power consumption devices you are planning on running from the molex connectors (12v water pumps for example).

With the +12v4 rail peaking at 22a, this should be enough to power the latest generation of ATI cards (x1900xtx) even when used in crossfire mode.
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Most Recent Comments

12-05-2006, 03:53:40

JN
Review authorised and now live Quote

12-05-2006, 04:09:03

FarFarAway
Nice Jim. Looks like a real beast of a PSU Quote

12-05-2006, 04:26:01

mr_fishbulb
Jesus - that is rated with twice as much power as my current PSU!

I'm liking the current idea of only needing to plug in the connections you want - leaves a nice tidy box (as the actress said to the bishop).Quote

12-05-2006, 04:28:49

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by mr_fishbulb
Jesus - that is rated with twice as much power as my current PSU!

I'm liking the current idea of only needing to plug in the connections you want - leaves a nice tidy box (as the actress said to the bishop).
Yes, i'm a big fan of Modular too (my last 3 PSU's have been).

Coming up soon is a Silverstone Strider 600w Modular review - should be a nice bit of kit Quote

12-05-2006, 04:42:38

PV5150
Very nice PSU, it looks very solid and with the performance to back it up. How good were those 12V rails? Awesome review again XMS Quote
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