It is that glorious time once again folks, as we’ve teamed up with the good people at Silverstone Technology to give you a chance at winning a very cool prize! We’ve got a single PSU give away to one lucky winner and while that may not sound like much, this isn’t any ordinary power supply!
The Strider Gold Series is an absolute beast, offering up an impressive 1500W of power (1600W peak), which is enough to restart a nuclear reactor, ok maybe not that much, but it’s certainly powerful enough to run even the most extreme desktop system you can think of. It comes with fully modular cables, high levels of efficiency and much more.
To meet the requirements of current and future desktop computers, SilverStone created the Strider Gold S series power supplies. The Strider Gold S models are all new designs engineered to be the smallest, full-modular ATX power supplies at any wattage levels. The Strider Gold S series includes wattage range from 550W to 1500W for a great variety of applications. With short depth designs, all models in the series are among the world’s smallest full-modular ATX PSUs. In addition to 80 PLUS Gold level efficiency, the Strider Gold S PSUs are built to meet very high standards in electrical performance with ±3% voltage regulation, ±3% ripple & noise, and high amperage single +12V rail. Other notable features included are 24/7 40℃ continuous output capability, low-noise fan, and multiple sets of PCI-E cables. For users looking for a power supply with faultless combination of compact size, performance, efficiency, and quality, the Strider Gold S Series is the only choice.
- High efficiency with 80 PLUS Gold certification
- 100% modular cables
- 24/7 continuous power output with 40℃ operating temperature
- 1600W peak power
- Strict ±3% voltage regulation and low ripple & noise
- Silent running 135mm fan with 18dBA minimum
- Supports Eight PCI-E 8/6pin connectors
- Compact design with a depth of 180mm for easy integration
So what do you have to do to win this extremely powerful PSU? Hit up the link below!