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SilverStone Strider Gold 1200W PSU Review (SST-ST1200-G)

The power supply is nicely understated and is finished with a high quality black, scratch resistant, lead free paint. It measures 150mm x 86 mm x 180 mm (WxHxD) and weighs 3.295kg.

The large 135mm fan takes centerstage, with the Silverstone logo in the middle. We liked the subtle embossing on the case which is not that evident on first glance. We deliberately underexposed the shot above (right) so you could get a better view of it. The anti scratch paint finish is very resistant to marking, which is always a bonus.

The vented front of the power supply which surprisingly has no power switch, just a power connector.

The power supply comes fully loaded with modular cables. It is a pure modular design meaning that every cable can be removed, even the necessary ones such as the 20/24 pin motherboard connector.

There is a label above the connectors, which gives an overview of what should be attached. They are also colour coded to make it simple for inexperienced users – the PCI-E connectors are all blue.

Silverstone Strider Gold 1200W Power Supply (SST-ST1200-G)
DC Output
Max Output
Max Power 150W 1200W 3.6W 17.5W
Total 1200W

A very tasty 100A is available to the 12V output ensuring that even the most demanding video card configurations are supported.

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