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    Default SilverStone Strider Platinum ST55F-PT 550W PSU Review@ [H]

    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2015/...w#.VkwjyL-Wzct

    Another Silverstone PSU but with Gold award this time !!!
    Is its Platinum line so upgraded compared to gold?
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    It's still a Sirfa, sith'ari: this time apparently nothing wrong, but nothing shine.
    They clearly stressed upon the shy casing and the competitive pricing for such an efficient package (though around 50W, where most of contemporary rigs spend most of their lives, it doesn't look so efficient, if you compare something like the CM V450/550).
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    Quote Originally Posted by quest for silence View Post
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    They clearly stressed upon the shy casing and the competitive pricing for such an efficient package
    Yes, that was my conclusion as well.
    The transient response results weren't that great:
    2,56% change at 5V rail (from 5,06 to 4,93 at transient load 50%)
    3,14% change at 12Vrail (from 12,07 to 11,69 at transient load 50%)
    Its ripple values are superb, but these transient responses are not very inspiring.
    Still, if we judge it as a compaq PSU, then probably it's the best PSU for these dimensions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sith'ari View Post
    then probably it's the best PSU for these dimensions.
    The CM V550S is better (IMO).
    Best, Luca

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