View Full Version : Silverstone ST65ZF For $109.99???
10-25-2006, 01:06 AM
Why is this model so much cheaper besides for the 75% efficiency... Combined 55A on the 12V(obv. can't do it all, 55amps exceeds 650W) , active PFC, Quad rail (is it true quad rail or really one rail??) and it appears to be an etasis build. By the naming trend that silverstone uses, it seems like it's just a 100W less PSU than the ST75ZF which costs $100 more.
It almost seems 'too good to be true...'
10-25-2006, 01:16 AM
Peak +12V is 45A, not 55A, and it does look like an Etasis PSU. Efficiency isn't so good, neither is noise. It looks like one of their older models.
10-25-2006, 01:19 AM
The 65ZF is an older Enhance based unit - the 75ZF is a newer server grade Etasis built monster ;)
10-25-2006, 10:56 AM
Four months ago it was $85, now it's $102. http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=PS-EN0565
Spec http://www.enhanceusa.com/file/34_specification.pdf Note the combined 12V is 42A, peak 45A.
At $85 the Enhance would be a good deal but with the price increase and Silverstone's three year warrenty vs Enhance's bulk one year...Well, the Ss looks like the better deal, for those so inclined. :)
10-25-2006, 12:30 PM
The real question now is, can it be beat for the price? Within $25? Within $35? I'm sure something can top it for under $159.99, but for under $125 I doubt it can be touched.
504W continuous on the 12V...
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