Cons: Failed after less than a week after it was turned on. Left the pc on overnight and woke up next morning to find the computer off and refusing to turn on. Found out some of the rails were providing power but overall was useless. Swapped it w/ an old Enermax and the pc booted right up.
Other Thoughts: There are similar accounts on here as well as other e-tailers which I should have heeded. I'm sending it back and getting a seasonic instead.
Did you find this review helpful?
Pros: Fantastic PSU. Completely silent, fully modular, have no problems with performance/sound.
Cons: Only thing I could complain about is that when silverston advertises this as a great PSU for ITX builds, they are honestly not correct. The PSU is smaller, yes, but not really enough to make cable management any easier or provide more room for a GPU.
Other Thoughts: Great product.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful. Did you?
Small but noisy
Pros: It was small enough to fit into my Node 304 mini-itx build with my full size Sapphire HD6970. It is full modular so I don't have too much cable clutter. It delivers 600w, so it is powerful enough to power my little gaming rig.
Cons: It's fan makes an awful clicking/rattling sound under load which is almost unbearable. It is full modular but has some really long cables, which would be good in any other system, but didn't help any on a mini-itx build such as mine. The PCI-e cables are extremely long and have a 6+2 pin connector halfway down it, and an 6 at the end which creates a lot of excess cable to manage.
Other Thoughts: If you're going to build a power supply which is slightly smaller than the rest of the standard ones out there, it is likely that the people who are purchasing this power supply are building in smaller more confined spaces. It would be wise to at least provide shorter cables with these particularly smaller PSUs.
0 out of 1 people found this review helpful. Did you?
Pros: It's everything I expected in a Silverstone power supply. It runs very quiet most of the time. The power delivery is rock solid. It has the smallest case I've ever seen in a quality 600 watt power supply.
Cons: It does get a bit loud under full load. The cable sleeving could be nicer. The styling is a bland.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for a fully modular power supply that will deliver 600 watts and still fit in a small form factor case, like the Bitfenix Prodigy, you've found it.
1 out of 2 people found this review helpful. Did you?
Repairs and replacements can be costly.
Being covered against failures pays off.
View Plan Options
Plans cover 100% parts and labor; no deductible. Repairs are handled by a best-in-class national service network.
Manage your plan online or call our US
based Customer Service Agents at
Your request will be processed within the next 24 hours.
Please add "email@example.com" to your address book to ensure delivery.See Today's E-Blast Promo