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Wednesday , 21 October 2020

SilverStone ST1200-PTS Platinum PSU Review

SilverStone ST1200-PTS Platinum PSU Review

For many years SilverStone has been at the forefront of providing consumers with highly efficient PSU’s, in small form factor packages. The ST1200-PTS currently holds the title of “worlds smallest 1200w PSU”. If you are building a small form factor rig and looking for the most power available in the smallest package, The ST1200-PTS is the current titleholder. With a footprint of only 140mm and a platinum efficiency rating, the ST1200-PTS provides builders an immense amount of build options by providing all the efficient power you could need, while being able to fit inside the smallest of enclosures. While these feats are impressive the ST1200-PTS undoubtedly has a very crowded PCB, combined with only a 120mm fan, which may hinder overall performance. This PSU was manufactured by Enhance Electronics so we fully expect it to be able to hit efficiency goal with no troubles. Thank you for choosing Bjorn3D.com.

Notable Features

  • Platinum Efficiency Rating
  • 140mm Footprint
  • Fully modular Cables (PP05-E) Kit Available
  • Single +12V Rail Design
  • 1200W Power Capability
  • Worlds smallest 1200w PSU
  • 24/7 continuous power output with 40℃ operating temperature

Specifications

Manufacturer (OEM) Enhance Electronics
Max. DC Output 1200W
Efficiency 80 PLUS Platinum, ETA-A+ (91-94%)
Noise 30-35 dB
Modular ✓ (Fully)
Intel C6/C7 Power State Support
Operating Temperature (Continuous Full Load) 0 – 40°C
Over Voltage Protection
Under Voltage Protection
Over Power Protection
Over Current (+12V) Protection
Over Temperature Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Surge Protection
Inrush Current Protection
Fan Failure Protection
No Load Operation
Cooling 120mm Rifle Bearing Fan
Semi-Passive Operation
Dimensions (W x H x D) 152 x 87 x 142mm
Weight 1.99 kg (4.39 lb)
Form Factor ATX12V v2.4, EPS 2.92
Warranty 5 Years

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