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Old 18th January 2007, 10:21   #1
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Icon17 Silverstone releases new 850W Modular Power Supply

The ST85F is a very highend PSU, with many useful technical features for up to date and upcoming systems.



With continuous combined +12V output of 64A, the 850W addition to SilverStone’s Strider family has all that is capable of running a high-end system. Housed in the same environmentally friendly casing as the ST75F, with 100% modular cable system and high quality cable bag, this power supply package is not only more advanced; it is also a cinch to manage. Cooled with a bigger and quieter 135mm fan, the ST85F is an awesome all around power supply that delivers performance, optimal efficiency, and superior user comfort in its class!

Main Features are:

- Very Silent 135mm fan
- 100% modular cable system (You can exchange all cables against shorter ones for low space environment)
- Designed for 80Plus requirements (over 80% efficiency at 20%, 50%, 100% Load)
- Quad 6pin PCI-Express and Dual 8pin PCI-Express connectors for latest graphiccard support

Link: http://www.silverstonetek.com/products-85f.htm
Recomemnded Enduser Price: 169,00 EUR (without VAT)
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notice the Dual 8-pin PCI-Express connectors, they are for future GFX cards from ATI/NVIDIA, because 6-pin is not enough.

First we got mini 4-pin (floppy) connectors with the Radeon 9700 Pro series, then large 4-pin (molex) with the 6800GT, then 6-pin with the last generation 7900 and X1950, and now for the nex X2xxx series you'll be needing an 8-pins; In few years the power connector for the VGA card will be bigger than the one for your motherboard
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