Earlier this year Silverstone sent us one of their higher end power supplies which we put to use with two GeForce 8800GTS 320MB graphics cards in SLI, though once we were about to stress test this PSU ATI released their HD 2900 XT series VGA cards which were crowned as new king of the hill when it comes down to power consumption. So now with two HIS HD 2900 XT's a new contender, FSP branded, an excellent opportunity has arrived to put two very different high-end PSU products through a test.
Founded in 2003, Silverstone
started their quest of providing products that create inspirations. They have expanded their lines of products and types of products they produce, giving customers a wide selection of choices. As they continued to pride themselves in providing the highest level of standards in designing and manufacturing computer enclosures, power supplies, and accessories, Silverstone have become an established leader in its field. For today we're taking a look at one of their Decathlon products, here is the Silverstone DA750:
has been around since 1993 and has become the 6th largest power supply vendor in the world over all this time. They had plenty competition down their road to success and sure do know how to combine quality products with excellent service. For 2007, FSP is focusing on greener power, and with double HD 2900 XT's installed we have some excellent equipment to test the efficiency of one of their latest power supplies, here is the Epsilon 900W:
Before we compare the performance of the Silverstone DA750 and EPS Epsilon 900W in our review, let's have a peak at what each manufacturer offers inside their box ->