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Old 13-09-15, 06:50 PM
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The World's smallest 80 PLUS Platinum, full-modular ATX PSU

Let's have a look at the world's smallest 80 PLUS Platinum, full-modular ATX PSU. Meet the Silverstone Strider Platinum.



Read more on Silverstone's Ultra Small Strider Platinum power supplies.

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Old 13-09-15, 07:00 PM
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Dat Strider pinout <3, i'm all for more, big or small.

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Old 14-09-15, 07:32 AM
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While I love the small size as it makes sense as builds tend to get smaller and smaller, really wish they would introduce some new SFF psus as there current ones are kinda old. I would love to build a PC that's console size!
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Old 14-09-15, 10:14 AM
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While I love the small size as it makes sense as builds tend to get smaller and smaller, really wish they would introduce some new SFF psus as there current ones are kinda old. I would love to build a PC that's console size!
Their SFX PSU's are awesome, I doubt they will get refreshed for a long time yet. BeQuiet have some and Corsair are also talking about introducing some so the market will be a little more competitive. I don't really see how you could beat the 600W Silverstone though.

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Old 14-09-15, 10:45 AM
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Old 14-09-15, 03:48 PM
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I would have bought this instead of the Corsair RM650 for my current build if it was available from NewEgg. I love the Silverstone pinout for making and sleeving custom cables.
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Their SFX PSU's are awesome, I doubt they will get refreshed for a long time yet. BeQuiet have some and Corsair are also talking about introducing some so the market will be a little more competitive. I don't really see how you could beat the 600W Silverstone though.

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Just updated versions is all and probably increased efficiency and having more available connections
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