normal Silverstone SFX Series 600W SST-SX600-G

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24 Dec 2014 08:49 #36007 by garfi3ld

Over the past few years we have really seen the Small Form Factor market grow, especially when it comes to small easy to transport gaming PCs, or what we call LAN Rigs. Early in 2013 I upgraded our Lunchbox 2 by upgrading the cooling and opening up room for airflow with a new SFX power supply from Silverstone. Later when I built Lunchbox 3 I used the same model of power supply. Why didn’t I change it up? Well not only did the first 450 watt SFX power supply perform reliably for me, but also frankly there just wasn’t any other competition. Silverstone had the highest wattage in the form factor not to mention the only SFX power supply with modular cabling. Well today we have the chance to check out the new top dog in SFX power supplies, Silverstone’s 600W SST-SX600-G.

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24 Dec 2014 14:13 #36008 by garfi3ld
I hope everyone has a great holiday. Before you camp out with your families, check out today's coverage of Silverstones new SFX power supply with an impressive 600 watts in a tiny package

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09 Jan 2015 22:46 - 09 Jan 2015 22:47 #36145 by SpeedBump
Good read. I would like to add/correct something in your article. The 450W version also carries a Gold rating. There are 2 different 450W models. One is the ST45SF-G which is what I have and it is a Gold. The less expensive ST45SF is also a 450W, but is only a 80+ Bronze. BTW, I have been running my PSU since June of 2013 and it has been a solid unit with not one issue. I certainly will be looking at buying the new 600W if I need another SFX PSU.
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10 Jan 2015 02:33 #36149 by garfi3ld
yeah the 450w version we covered previously was the older Bronze rated version, the gold model I think came out along side of this 600 watt model

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