APH Networks har testet den kraftige SilverStone Strider Plus ST75F-P 750W strømforsyning.
Another year has passed, and great things are coming out of APH Networks as usual. With lots of content returning to our weekly review schedule in collaboration with the rest of the team, it's definitely a great way to start off the year. I have the pleasure of doing the first power supply report of 2010, and man, do we have an interesting one this week. SilverStone has been highly regarded for both their quality chassis and power supplies over the years. From their Element line of PSUs, all the way to their Zeus series of power supplies, they have been known for both quality as well as value. They have used many OEMs ranging from FSP to Impervio; it is quite interesting how all these different OEMs branded under SilverStone have done so well. The only overlapping factor comes down to excellent designs by SilverStone, as well as generally excellent picks into what it would rebrand to maintain an optimal strike in both quality and performance. What really surprises me is that, over the years, SilverStone has yet to sell a power supply with more than an 80 Plus Bronze certification. But not to fret, as the latest addition from SilverStone in their Strider series -- now deemed the Strider Plus -- comes in with their first attempt at the 80 Plus Silver game. Some would even go as far as to say it is their first "stride" into this part of the market (Thanks to Anthony for the inspiration for that semi-lame joke, haha). Today, we have the SilverStone Strider Plus ST75F-P 750W in our office for testing. Let's take a look into what SilverStone came up with on their first 'stride' into this territory!
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