|Brand Name||SilverStone Technology|
|Item Weight||3.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 3.9 x 4.9 inches|
|Item model number||SX600-G|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SX600-G|
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SilverStone Technology 600W SFX Form Factor 80 PLUS GOLD Full Modular Power Supply with +12V single rail, Active PFC (SX600-G)
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- Intelligent semi-fan less operation
- Support standard SFX form factor and ATX via included bracket
- 100% modular cables made with flexible flat arrays
- 600W continuous power output at 40℃ operating temperature rated for 24/7 operation
- Class-leading single +12V rail with 50A
- Strict 3% voltage regulation and low ripple & noise
- Support dual PCI-E 8/6pin connectors
- PSU dimensions: 5 in (W) x 2.5 in (H) x 4 in (D). Please Note: KIndly refer the User Manual before use.
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After releasing the breakthrough SFX power supply in 2012 with the ST45SF-G, Silverstone has pushed the technical envelope even further with yet another industry defining design in the SX600-G. This small form factor PSU has the exact same dimensions as its predecessor but its power density has increased from 567W per liter (in the ST45SF-G) to 756W per liter. The result is a standard-sized SFX PSU with an incredible 600W of continuous power, a level that is capable of supporting any single graphics card system with ease. Besides the power increase, the SX600-G comes standard with flexible, flat modular cables similar to those in the PP05-E short cable kit for vastly improved cable management in smaller cases. It also has added semi-fan less capability that was first introduced to SFX PSUs by the ST30SF so its quiet running fan can remain turned off during ideal low load or idle conditions for complete silence. As before, an ATX adapter bracket is included to enable users to install this PSU into any small or even larger cases that do not have SFX mounting holes. For the most ardent SFF enthusiasts, the SX600-G is truly a dream come true that combines the convenience of SFX size and all the top of the line features one can expect from high-end ATX PSUs into one product.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have this PSU in a Lian Li PC-TU100B, which previously housed the Silverstone ST45SF-G. My issue with that PSU is exactly what Silverstone describes in the "Product Description" of SX500-LG - the high-pitched noise. It was not loud, but was very noticeable and thus extremely annoying. The SX500-LG addresses that exact problem with a larger fan and a less aggressive fan curve.
Before purchase you need to make sure that it fits in your case because the SX500-LG is longer than a standard SFX PSU.
Other features that I like:
- Flexible cables, similar to the PP05-E set
- Native support for dual 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors
- The ATX bracket included has a better build quality
That being said, I turned to this PSU because it was the only one that was modular, 80 Plus Gold, and enough wattage (Coming from an AX750 in my Corsair 650D, I didn't want to compromise).
I was worried that Amazon would ship me one of the older v1.0 units and I'd get the annoying fan noise. However, I ordered mine on 10/20/2013, and I got the v2.0. This made me happy to know I got the most recent and silent one. I probably would have returned a v1.0 had Amazon sent me one.
This thing is dead silent. My Corsair H50 pump drowns out the noise of the fan. I can only hear it if I put my ear right up to the back of the PSU. People will say "you'll use all the cables anyway, so get the non-modular, hur hur hur!!!" However, if you're really into this stuff, you'll get the 80 Plus GOLD and Silverstone's short cable kit (P/N: PP05) and shorten and cut the cables yourself to save space. That way, if you screw it up, you can just replace the cables. Plus, I've avoided using one of the cables, so I don't have to tuck cables anywhere.
I bought it for those two reasons over the non-modular. That, and it was just as expensive as getting the SG05 + non-modular PSU together. Instead, I got the SG05 Lite and this PSU.
One negative is that the cables aren't all that flexible, but I'm in the process of cutting them down to fit anyway. Another negative is that it's difficult to use the 3.5" bay in the SG05 with the modular cables because of the connectors sticking out the front butt up against the drive cage. I remedied that by getting rid of the drive cage and using a 2.5" drive for storage at the bottom.
However, it IS possible to use the 3.5"/2.5" ODD cage WITH this PSU. You just have to install your drives first and then the PSU by feeding your cables into the case (not connecting them yet) and then tilting it to meet the bracket at the back, and then slowly tilting horizontally into position with the cables making a sharp downward turn.
It's 8/3/14, and I've been using the PSU for almost a year. NO issues whatsoever. It's powering an Asus Z87i-Deluxe, i5-4670k (overclocked to 4.2Ghz), 240GB SSD, 1TB notebook hard drive, Corsair H55, and GTX670 Mini.
- Worked fine for the past 6-7 months.
- Cannot simply find many gold rated SFX PSUs that output 600W.
- Includes ATX bracket making it compatible with non-ITX cases.
- It's small, which makes cable management a bit easier in cases like the Cougar QBX. The QBX supports ATX sized PSUs, so building with this PSU will free up some space for cable management.
- PC started shutting down when under load after 7 month mark. At first I thought my temperatures were triggering a safety shutdown, so I changed cases and switched to a closed loop for my CPU (i7 6700, no overclock), but the shut downs continued. Then I had the idea to run Prime95, then Furmark, then both together to see if I could trigger a shutdown on my own. Found that with 100% certainty running both stress tests would trigger the shutdown within a minute of starting the test. I now zeroed in on the SX600-G, so I switched to a Seasonic SSR-650RM and ran the same torture and stress tests; not a SINGLE shutdown.
- The cables are too short to reach components in the Phanteks Evolv Enthoo ITX. If you plan on using this on larger ITX or mATX cases, make sure you pack some extension cables.
- If you read JonnyGuru and Hard OCP's review of this unit, you'll find that Silverstone skimped heavily on the capacitors for this unit, which is unforgivable for a unit of this caliber and price.
- Troubleshooting PSU problems can be a real pain unless you have the tools and know-how.
- There's a reason why this unit is scoring consistently mixed/low reviews on Newegg. Avoid it.