Silverstone Zeus 750w ST75ZF Quad Rail PSU

Appearance

Appearance

With dimensions of 150 mm (W) x 86 mm (H) x 180 mm (D) this unit is slightly larger than your average Power Supply. People with small cases, or cases that make use of PSU 'cages' should definitely take some measurements before purchasing this PSU to avoid disappointment.

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Silverstone have opted to keep it 'plain and simple', putting the unit alongside the likes of PCP&C and Zippy in the looks department. The unit is sprayed in Black, Lead-Free paint, which is actually quite easy to scratch off by accident (oops).

On the side of the unit is the specification sticker, containing the usual warnings and information about the power supply along with its rated output for all of the rails.

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The back of the Power Supply has a mesh grill which allows for an unrestricted flow of air to pass from the 80mm fan through the components and out of the case.

As you can see, the unit also has an LED which shows you the current status. When switching the Power Supply on the LED turns from Red to Green. Only when the LED is Green is DC power supplied to the rails. I must admit that I also accidentally shorted out the power supply, at which point it cut all power and the LED switched to Red.

The Zeus auto-detects the input voltage, and therefore has no switch to manually change the voltage between 110/230v at the back of the unit.
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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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