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SilverStone Technology Platinum Certified Single +12V Rail ATX Power Supply, PS-ST55F-PT

3.7
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Description

  • 550 Watts Peak DC Power Output
  • Compact design with a depth of 140mm for easy integration
  • High efficiency with 80 PLUS Platinum certification
  • 100% modular cables
  • 24/7 continuous power output with 40 operating temperature
  • Class-leading single +12V rail
  • Strict 3% voltage regulation and low ripple & noise
  • Ultra silent 120mm fan with intelligent semi-fanless operation

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Customer Reviews

Great PSU with a minor drawback Ah computer power supplies. Such a crowded market, so hard to stand out. Why did I choose this PSU. Well, partly because I was building a powerful Micro-ATX rig in a small case. That means not much space for cables, but the need for a beefy PSU to run dual graphics cards with an overclocked processor.Enter the Strider Gold S Series 750w. It is compatible with the Silverstone short cable set, which makes cable management a breeze. This unit powers SLI GTX 780 GPUs along with an overclocked i7 4770K without any issues at all. It appears well-built, fully modular is always a plus (and a must for small form factor cases), and the fan is basically silent even under a fairly heavy load.Why not five stars? Capacitor squeal. My PC is so quiet I can hear things that probably would be masked under more normal conditions. When this PSU is loaded, the capacitors begin to make a little noise. Now, this is not bad and if I'm playing a game my speakers are going to drown it out but I've come across plenty of PSUs that don't have this issue.In all though, I'm very pleased with this unit and would not hesitate to recommend it, especially for someone who wants a higher wattage PSU in a small case. Just make sure to add the short cable set! 4One of the nice things about a fully modular power supply is how ... I had the Silver version of this power supply for a long time and it suddenly failed after serving me well through 3 generations of upgrades.Needing a quick replacement, I looked at all of my options and went with the updated version. One of the nice things about a fully modular power supply is how easy it is to install and especially replace. I have the Silverstone FT03 case with dual video cards and a large CPU cooler which means it's hard to work on my system without taking everything out - a huge hassle.Now the great thing about the Silverstone Power Supply product line is that they offer additional cable kits with shorter (and now flatter) cables for small form factor systems (search Amazon for "PP05-E" and "PP05")All I had to do to install this was unplug the modular cables, remove a few screws and slide the old unit out, then reverse the process to get this one in. I was up and running in just a few minutes.I recommend this, especially for smaller systems where you want good cable management because you have the option to buy short cables and avoid the mess of additional cable length junking up your case. 5Titanium Rated Power Supply at a Great Price If you found this, you probably already know, but this power supply is 80+ Titanium rated. 80+ ratings are about power supply efficiency, and power supply efficiency is a HUGE factor in how much power your computer uses. Titanium is the highest rating and, while it includes slight increases in required inefficiencies at 20%, 50%, and 100% of rated load over Platinum, the second highest rating, it also includes something that no other 80+ category includes: minimum efficiency at 10% load. This is important because your computer likely spends a lot of time at low loads, and the nature of power supply design is that this isn't easy to achieve.So far I've noticed that the supply is quite quiet, and I've loaded it up pretty well and burned it in, so I'm hoping not to experience any early life failures. I don't have the test equipment to verify that it's actually meeting its efficiency targets, but quiet is a pretty good sign that it's not turning a lot of extra power into heat. 5DIED INEXPLICABLY AFTER 50 HOURS/100 POWER CYCLES, LIGHT USE ONLY. (updated review) Well, I never got around to playing with overclocking, which is what I bought this PSU for in the first place (that, and it worked with the ASUS board that required these specific power cable types). What I DID expect is that I would get more than 60 hours of use out of this PSU before it stopped working. The box it was in was kept clean, the air intakes were kept free of dust, the PSU had very little dust outside and NO dust came out when I sprayed it out with static-free forced air, so internal schmutz is not the problem. The box it was in was used as a backup server, so I only powered it on 1-2 hours a month to send incremental backups of all my other machines to the hard drives on this one. It probably was only turned on for a total of 50 hours or less, absolute max was 60 hours total. Last night during my monthly backup, my machine lost all power. I've changed out the standard power supply cable to a known good one, I've tested the outlet on my UPS, no issues there. The fan simply doesn't come on when plugged in and the power switch on the PSU flipped on, and no power is exiting any of the ports.--------------------------------------Original 4-star ReviewWorking great so far. I don't know much about PSU's but this seems to be handling all my needs perfectly. I will update this review after I start exploring overclocking (all stock speeds so far on my i7 so far) 2Worked OK until it died. The PSU died after 1 month of use. Sure, it was heavily used, it's a 1200W PSU - pins on the modular inputs in the PSU were fried powering relatively low wattage graphics cards (1070 Strix, max of 150W each, 100W from the PCI-E rail, and 50 from the SATA connector using PCI-E risers). This PSU could not handle more than one card on a rail apparently (I had to do this since this was a mining rig and I had 6 cards). Shame on me for not doing research and not going with a better brand, but if you're thinking of using this with > 4 gfx cards, think again and get a PSU that uses a single rail for everything, not individual rails for each PCI-E connector. $200+ down the proverbial drain. 1good power supply but needs shorter cable options I bought this PSU for my Silverstone SG13B-Q case. The 180 mm x 140 mm dimension is smaller than standard PSUs, and the modular design ensures you're not wasting space with extra cables hanging out. However, it would be even better if Silverstone could sell different bundles. I realize that not everyone who buys this PSU is using a mini-ITX case. For those people, the current cable sizes would be adequate. Yes, I know there is a short cable set, but even those cables aren't as short as I'd like them to be.One other reason I've docked a point is that the motherboard is lacking an explanation of what to do with the 4-pin cable that hangs off the ATX 20-pin connector. The manual doesn't show where it goes. I had to look up the information online to find out that you're supposed to plug it back into the PSU. That is not intuitive at all.I've attached pictures of the PSU along with my recently-built mini-ITX rig. In the first picture, you can get a good idea of how long the cables can be. I had to fold them up in a corner of the case. The second picture shows the PSU fan blowing with the computer at 100% load. I've since started experimenting with keeping the PSU fan down since my build has water cooling. Since there's no fan blowing air up, the PSU can blow cool air onto the motherboard. 4Do not buy this PSU... it is a safety hazard! Do not buy this PSU... it is a safety hazard! I bought two... the first one immediately started blowing SATA cables and when it does, it melts the male SATA cable connector in the female receptor on the PSU and then that receptor becomes useless. Amazon, took the first PSU back as it was within the product support time-frame. The second one has started to do the same thing. Unfortunately, the second PSU is outside of product support time-frame, so I'm stuck with a +$250 POS. 1Platinum efficiency and high capacity in a small package Nothing else like this exists. High power output, platinum rated efficiency, and only 140mm length. That's unheard of. I paired this with Silverstone's short cable kit and a Fractal Design Node 304 case. Fit perfectly allowing for maximum length GPUs. This allows me to build a very compact, but not cramped, top end gaming system.This is powering an Asus Maximus VIII Impact, i7 6700k, 16GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4, an MSI GTX 980 Ti Gaming GPU, and two Samsung SSDs. All within a Fractal Design Node 304.On idle and light load, the fan isn't even on, so it'd dead silent. Under full load, I can't hear it. The GPU is the loudest thing in my system.There are a few technical reviews out there already that show this is a very good PSU. The only negatives they've stated is the 3 year warranty. Most other PSUs from known brands offer closer to a 10 year warranty. This is also rated for operating temperatures of up to 40 C, while most other PSUs from known brands rate closer to 50 C, but I doubt that will matter for most people. 5Works great for my application I'm working with a relatively small and compact micro ATX tower case, a Silverstone TJ08E that I got from Amazon.http://www.amazon.com/Silverstone-Tek-Micro-ATX-Mini-DTX-TJ08B-E/dp/B005DDCDH2I specifically chose this PSU for its compact size, it's about ~10mm shorter than the other I've look at, this really helps with cable routing because the PSU is mounted up top in the above Silverstone case and you only have so much room between the PSU and the back of the optical drive. Being fully modular really helps also, I plugged in only the cables I needed.This unit powers a Gigabyte micro ATX AMD motherboard, AMD Phenom II X4 Black Edition CPU, Corsair H80i CPU cooler, MSI Power Edition Geforce GTX 660Ti videocard, 1 WD Black 1TB HDD and 1 Kingston SSD NOW 300V 240GB SSD and a generic DVD burner.This PSU is pretty quiet but it's not one of them "quiet" PSUs where the fan is off until it's needed, the fan runs all of the time at low speed until it really needs cooling, then it ramps up.It powers the parts listed above without any hiccups or glitches, the compact size and being fully modular is a big bonus, I recommend it. 5Sonny Boy, They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To I've had a Silverstone Strider from back in the day (we're talking about ten years old) in my original PC build (now revised several times). The old unit's seen three major rebuilds and many, many upgrades large and small over that decade. It was kicking donkey and taking names, and finally started showing signs of possible instability. I can only owe it to the failsafes that it cut itself off when things started going sideways instead of frying my box or any components, and it was with great honor that the old PSU was retired after such awesome service.Enter the (many) next-gen version, same wattage...modular cables FTW as always! Build quality was markedly different for something ten years newer, but I guess that's cheaper parts and whatnot for you. It wasn't *bad* but it struck me how much it was different from the old unit. It felt cheaper, a little less solid, but it looked good, and it comes with a nifty little filter screen for the fan. Sadly if you have an upside-down/bottom mount that may not work for you, but the simple magnetic attachment is nice. I kinda gather it's a one-size-fits-all-our-PSUs thing, because it wasn't quite to size but it'd work.However, the biggest gripe I have with this beastie isn't the performance or even the less-than-stellar fit and finish; it's the fan.The fan is on or off. And when it's on--holy cow.The 90s called and want their jet engine back.The first time it kicked on I was like, uh, did I break it? It is that loud. Like, blow-your-mind loud. Full-blast, either on or off, and it's a DC-10 in your office/living room/mancave when it's on.Straw meet camel's back, and as such, I bit the bullet and went for this mofo: Corsair AXi Series, AX1200i, 1200 Watt (1200W), Fully Modular Digital Power Supply, 80+ Platinum Certified, which is a bit (er) pricier. I know Corsair's a good brand, but I'd had such an amazing decade with my old Silverstone, I just expected more of the same, maybe better.The Corsair is SOLID. It is packaged lovingly (and not a little naughtily, you'll know what I mean if you unbox one of these red-lined silk-bag dealies, trust me) and it is clearly made to last. So worth it.My old Silverstone still sits on a shelf, a monument to a) laziness and b) its nigh-on ten years of solid performance, but this new one found its way back into its box and off to UPS for the return. 3
SilverStone Technology Platinum Certified Single +12V Rail ATX Power Supply, PS-ST55F-PT

SilverStone Technology Platinum Certified Single +12V Rail ATX Power Supply, PS-ST55F-PT

3.7
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Regular price
€276,00
Sale price
€276,00
Regular price
€456,00
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Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€180,00)