The SFX form factor compact power supplies are ideal for building ultra-small computers. Until recently, these PSUs offered a power range from 350 to 850 W, but SilverStone introduced the world’s first 1000 W SFX power supply.
The compact new Silverstone SST-SX1000-LPT SFX PSU with dimensions of 125 × 63.5 × 130 mm has received 80 PLUS Platinum certification: PSU efficiency reaches 90% at a load from 20 to 100%.
Despite its small size, the device is ready to offer a fully modular cable connection configuration and allows you to create a truly powerful and at the same time very compact gaming system.
The Silverstone SX1000 comes standard with one 24-pin motherboard power cable, two dual 4 + 4 CPU power cables, three PCI-E 6 + 2 power cables, two SATA four-slot power cables, and one Molex and one 4-pin floppy cable.
The PSU is cooled by a 120-mm fan with double rolling bearing and passive operation, which does not rotate with a consumption of less than 200 watts. With an increase in load from 300 to 700 W, the fan speed rises to 900 rpm. And with a consumption of more than 800 W, its speed reaches 1400-1750 rpm. The OVP (overvoltage), OPP (overpower), OCP (overload), OTP (overtemperature) and SCP (short circuit) systems are responsible for protecting the power supply.
Unfortunately, the manufacturer has not yet named the cost of the new item and the date it will go on sale.
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