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    Default SilverStone Strider Titanium ST1500-TI Review @ Tomshardware

    SilverStone recently released three high-capacity and ultra-efficient PSUs to address enthusiasts who need lots of power. The newest members of its Strider Titanium family can be used in mining rigs as well, since they're equipped with double-ball bearing fans that stand up to warm operating environments better than FDB-based fans. This is why our Best Power Supply Units for Cryptocurrency Mining column only allows for DBB fans in the pro mining category. Fluid or hydraulic bearing fans might have a long lifetime under normal temperatures (usually around 30-35°C), but above 40°C their longevity falls off dramatically.
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    I don't like teardown videos , it's more difficult for those who simply want to check the parts. The quality of the footage is significantly reduced.

    I mean, the idea isn't bad, but I would definitely add some spare photos

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    I am sorry guys, it is too difficult for the proof editors to keep up so I have to do those teardown videos instead. It takes me 2-3x more time as well, plus I also shoot all photos like before.

    In any case if you just want to check the parts I would suggest the table, which will also be included in the Cybenetics test reports from now on.

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    I thought it was a bug...

    Could you at all the internal pictures? Video doesn't even work here. Probably because of all the extensive trackers Tomshardware uses, which I block of course. I don't have a problem with adds, but I do with all those trackers.

    A review without pictures isn't a review of course.
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