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Old 17th July 2006, 14:45   #1
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Default Silverstone SST-ST75ZF 750W Power Supply Review

While Intel and AMD and frantically working to keep power usage down of their recent and upcoming CPUs, we see video card taking the top power gobbling spot, two high end ATI X1900 cards in Crossfire will bring most modest power supplies to their knees. You need a sufficiently powerful unit if you plan to overclock your system, this Silverstone 750W PSU is silent and powerful, but is it enough? Let's find out

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i'm kinda curious is this beast doesn't rapidly overheat when under heavy load in summer LAN conditions. the 80mm fan & the cramped contents doesn't really fill me with a lot of confidence under extreme conditions.
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I've been strssing it for almost a day in a 33 room with an average load of 550 watt a,d peakes up to more then 600 watt ....

THe psu doesn't get warm at all.
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i know piotke, but 33C is cool for some summer lans.

but of course for a roomtemp, thats kinda nuts. i only get 28c tops in my room. (i'm on the sun side all morning, 2 windows, full wall exposed)
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33C room temp != case temp, which will be higher, and not by a small amount if you know there are 2x1900 ATI cards in there
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33C room temp != case temp
i know, but you reach 33c easy at a summer LAN. badly isolated roof & roofwindows, a few hundred PC's powered on non-stop, lack of wind.

35c to 40c ambient temp are no exceptions if it's really hot outside.
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