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    Default SilverStone Intros the Strider Titanium Line of High-Wattage PSUs

    SilverStone introduced its flagship Strider Titanium line of high-wattage power supplies for enthusiast-segment gaming PCs and record-seeking overclocking builds. The lineup consists of 1100W, 1300W, and 1500W variants, and boasts of 80 Plus Titanium-certified efficiency. The units offer full modular cabling, with enough juice and straws for Core X or Threadripper HEDT builds with 3-way or 4-way multi-GPU configs. All models feature two 8-pin EPS connectors, which each collapse into 4+4 pin ATX, so you can power Intel X299 or AMD X399-chipset motherboards with two EPS inputs.

    Under the hood, the Strider Titanium features a single +12V rail design on all variants, active PFC, and most common electrical protection mechanisms. The units also feature a compact 180 mm length, compared to other brands which typically come in 220 mm lengths for this kind of wattage. All three variants come with eight 6+2-pin PCIe power connectors, up to sixteen SATA power, and six 4-pin Molex connectors. The units are cooled by a 135 mm fan, which stays completely off when the load is under 20%. The company didn't reveal pricing.
    https://www.techpowerup.com/234592/s...h-wattage-psus

    http://www.silverstonetek.com/produc...id=756&area=en
    http://www.silverstonetek.com/produc...id=757&area=en
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    Looking at the pictures, it must be Enhance.

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    Surprised the press release didn't say anything about being all Japanese capacitors.
    While I don't doubt that these are Enhance; it should be interesting to see what they were able to come up with. We haven't seen an Enhance unit above 1kw for a long time.

    EDIT: Just remembered about the Tokamak, it's probably going to be that platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post

    EDIT: Just remembered about the Tokamak, it's probably going to be that platform.
    That's a different platform, look at the picture from Silverstone and the PSU in the review. Different heatsink and different place of the APFC cap.


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    You're correct, but I'd still temper expectations. Silverstone & Enhance are not known for pushing performance metrics.

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    Wrong, they are known as Ripplestone for a reason, they are known for pushing ripple on the wrong side.

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    Why go for Gold if you can have Silver(stone)

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