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  • Kivada
    Please stop!

    Please stop calling these things reviews till you have the gear and the skill to match the PSU gurus on JonnyGuru, PC Perspective, Hardware Secrets, Silent PC Review or HardOCP.

    You have no testing, no breakdown of internal component, just adversed that it's a power supply and that it didn't instantly explode when switched on. Just leave this kind of thing to the guys that have a clue.

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  • HangFire
    on the review block?

    Please don't call articles like this a review. "Unboxing" or "Product Announcement" or something like that is sufficient.

    You can call it a review when you can report on most of these as tested (not as spec'ed):
    • Overall Efficiency (at various loads)
    • PFC Efficiency (at various loads)
    • Ripple & Noise (at various loads)
    • Voltage variation under load
    • OPP/OCP protection thresholds
    • Hold-up time
    • Fan quality (verify sleeved versus ball bearing or FDB etc)

    Giving an award based on we plugged it in and it works doesn't mean much.

    Listing the connectors and their lengths is good, even better put that in a table.

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  • phoronix
    started a topic SilverStone Strider Gold 750W

    SilverStone Strider Gold 750W

    Phoronix: SilverStone Strider Gold 750W

    Most often when mentioning SilverStone at Phoronix, it is about one of their phenomenally designed cases like the Temjin TJ10, Fortress FT02, or most recently the Fortress FT03. Enclosures and other peripherals aren't our primary focus at Phoronix for being a Linux-focused hardware outfit, but it's always interesting seeing as what SilverStone comes up with in their new designs. Even though their products have been reviewed at Phoronix for the past six years, their new products always manage to push the envelope further. When it's not a SilverStone enclosure, it's usually a power supply, and that's what we're looking at today; up on the review block is a SilverStone Strider Gold 750W.

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