SilverStone this week introduced a duo of short-depth high-wattage PSUs. The founding members of the new Strider Platinum PTS family, the just-launched 1000W and 1200W power supplies are only 5.5 inches (140 mm) deep, which will allow system makers and DIY enthusiasts to build high-powered systems using more compact cases. While no-compromise high-end desktops continue to be formidably big (with some of them capable of integrating two motherboards), there are a lot of people who prefer smaller HEDTs. Motherboard makers release enthusiast-class Mini-ITX and Micro-ATX platforms supporting rather rich expansion capabilities, so there is demand for smaller high-end PSUs and chassis. SilverStone was among the first makers of power supplies to offer high-wattage Mini-ITX PSUs, and last year it released a relatively short 1.5...
Corsair unveiled two new additions to its line-up of computer power supplies. The SF Series of 80 PLUS Platinum lands with 450W and 650W models while the ATX size...1 by Joe Shields on 6/5/2018
In today's review we are taking a look at the SilverStone Strider Platinum 1000W and 1200W PSUs. Clearly designed for top-tier gaming and workstation systems with more than two...20 by E. Fylladitakis on 5/4/2018
Today we are having a look at the Quark PSU series from Rosewill. Rosewill is a North American manufacturer, most commonly known as being Newegg's in-house brand. Rosewill is...34 by E. Fylladitakis on 1/13/2016
Today we're looking at the flagship PSU series from be quiet!, the Dark Power Pro 10. We received two of the models, the 650W and the 850W versions, but...25 by E. Fylladitakis on 2/2/2015
Very powerful PSUs may not be all that useful to most users, but they certainly are the pride of any company. Today we're looking at the new pinnacle of...39 by E. Fylladitakis on 9/3/2014
In a short time we've seen quite a few companies come out with their first 80 Plus Platinum power supplies. A couple weeks ago we reviewed the Enermax Platimax...69 by Martin Kaffei on 2/24/2012