Silverstone Releases Its First 80 PLUS Titanium Efficiency PSUs

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jaber2

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Maybe this means we can finally see the The SX700-LPT in stores soon as well???? Been waiting for that since last summer!

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/silverstone-sfx-l-sx700-lpt,29179.html
I wouldn't hold my breath, don't think it went past vaporware
 
Sure Enhance Electronics makes excellent industrial-quality server and workstation PSUs. But for general PC enthusiasts, I believe the Titanium rating is diminished returns in price/quality/efficiency-performance ratios (no matter who the OEM is).

There are gold rated PSUs available with Japanese capacitors for a lot less in the same wattage range. EVGA's SuperNOVA G2 series immediately comes to mind for example. Is the 800W Silverstone Platinum really worth $75(US) more than EVGA's 850W G2? I'd have a hard time justifying it.
 

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SIlverstone's ATX PSUs serve a niche market segment. It can fit in cases like the Lian Li PC-Q10 where other PSUs can't. In cases like these they are without competition.
 
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