Knew about the titanium PSU several months ago with another article on Computex. There should be 600, 700, 1000, 1200 variants as well from what I remember. Compact and hopefully can replace my bulky Antec HCP Pro if they have good enough features.
I get that a 1500W PSU is more of a halo product and more awe-inspiring if that's what you're after with your tech reporting, but I don't think I'm alone in my case of gazillion-watt-psu-fatigue. Some details, any at all, about the 800W unit would be greatly appreciated. Seriously, you're not going to say _anything_ about it? Wow. Even 800W is on the high end of mainstream PSUs, with even most enthusiasts using 500-750W units. 1500W units probably sell in the low thousands (if that) worldwide. Now could you please provide us with information that's actually useful?
I really like Silverstone's marketing showing the W per liter. I've got the previous 22cm generation 1500 Strider. The smaller size is welcome, but I'm not exchanging the one I have unless I can get more watts into the 30 cm long case cavity for PSUs. I could get the Leadex Super Flower 2000W PSU. That's 20cm long. Still leaves space for a secondary, smaller PSU. BTW, what happened to Silverstonetek's SFX-L 700W PSU?
terrible case the front fans are too high up for great cooling of internally vented graphics cards. this is starting to become a bad trend with case manufacturers i'm seeing, that will cost performance especially in SLI.