Legit Power Supply Reviews
Silverstone Strider Gold Evolution 750W PSU Review
|Date:||Mon, Dec 03, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Emmanouil Filladitakis -|
Unboxing the ST75F-G
The ST75F-G power supply comes supplied in a large, strong cardboard box. Inside the box we found the power supply well protected by walls of polyethylene foam and a thick nylon bubble bag. Even though there virtually isn't any artwork on the box, half of the box is glossy gold; it might be a little kitschy but it certainly draws a lot of attention.
Only links to the manufacturer's website and support e-mails can be found at the rear of the large box. Silverstone decided to move all of the specifications, features and marketing hype to the four sides of the box.
Those who will purchase the ST75F-G power supply will also receive an almost perfect bundle. Inside the box we found an excellent manual, four black mounting screws and a second set of thumbscrews, an A/C power cable, a set of high quality cable straps, a few basic cable ties and a magnetic 140mm fan filter which can be used on the PSU or any other fan of similar size. The only thing that is missing is a bag for the modular cables.
Next Page - External Design of the ST75F-G
Page 1 - Silverstone Strider Gold Evolution 750W PSU Introduction
Page 2 - Unboxing the ST75F-G
Page 3 - External Design of the ST75F-G
Page 4 - A look inside the ST75F-G
Page 5 - Test Setup
Page 6 - Testing results (Regulation & Ripple)
Page 7 - Testing results (Efficiency, Noise & Thermal)
Page 8 - Conclusion