Silverstone Zeus 850w ST85ZF Quad SLI PSU

Conclusion

Conclusion

The Silverstone Zeus 850w has some of the most stable rails on any power supply we've tested to date. With less than 0.5% voltage fluctuation on all of the rails, this brings the ST85ZF in direct competition with some of the biggest names in the power supply market.

Combine this with a good efficiency level of around 82%, native Quad-SLI cabling, a retail price of £175 over at Scan.co.uk and the ST85ZF is a serious contender for that high-end, power hungry PC.


Pro's
+ Excellent rail stability (less than 0.5% fluctuation)
+ Good efficiency (82%)
+ Fully Quad-SLI Compatible
+ Plenty of cables
+ Competitive pricing
+ Rail information printed on cables

Con's
- Slightly noisy under full load


Editors Choice

Thanks to Silverstone for providing this unit for review.

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01-08-2006, 05:48:12

FarFarAway
/me wantsQuote

01-08-2006, 06:14:24

FragTek
Now that is a kick ass power supply! Sign me up for one of those when I build my next rig, dizamn... Nice review and nice PSU.Quote

01-08-2006, 06:52:45

PV5150
OMG, how sexy is that Plenty of stable power, great looks and finished to the last detail; boy Silverstone are making some awesome gear. This is one PSU that I'm seriously looking at purchasing when it becomes available here in Aus (younger sibling only available atm, as far as I can see). Great review Jim as usual Quote

01-08-2006, 06:55:27

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='PV5150'
OMG, how sexy is that Plenty of stable power, great looks and finished to the last detail; boy Silverstone are making some awesome gear. This is one PSU that I'm seriously looking at purchasing when it becomes available here in Aus (younger sibling only available atm, as far as I can see). Great review Jim as usual
Cheers PV. AFAIK it should be out soon. it's only started showing up in UK stores - so you shouldn't be too far behind Quote

01-08-2006, 07:07:07

PV5150
w00tage...I'm eagerly awaiting it's arrival. It'll prolly beat my ConroeQuote
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