|Item model number||SX700-LPT|
|Item Weight||5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 3 x 8 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9 x 3 x 8 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||May 23, 2016|
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SilverStone Technology 700W,SFX-L, Silent 120mm Fan with 036Dba, Fully Modular Cable Power Supply SX700-LPT
|Item Weight||5 Pounds|
|Specification Met||Certified frustration-free|
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- 700W continuous power output rated for 24/7 operation
- High efficiency with 80 plus Platinum certification. Input Voltage: 90V ~ 264V, Operating temperature: 0 ~ 40 degree Celsius
- Silent running 120mm fan with advanced semi-fanless operation
- 100% modular short cables with Flexible flat arrays
- Support Quad PCI-E 8/6pin connectors. Please Note: KIndly refer the User Manual before use.
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SilverStone's SFX-L Power Supply Series
SilverStone offers two product lines within its SFX-L family of power supply products: SX for units with a 120mm fan, and the exclusive Nightjar (NJ) series of silent, fanless models.
The SX700-LPT takes advantage of the versatile SFX-L form factor
For small form factor enthusiasts, standard SFX power supplies offer an excellent combination of size, power, and affordability. At 100mm deep, however, they are limited to 92mm fans. SilverStone longer variation of the SFX form factor called SFX-L. At 130mm long, an SFX-L power supply has space for a 120mm fan, thus its maximum load noise is not only lower in intensity (due to a slower fan speed), but also lower in pitch (due to larger fan size).
- Silent running 120mm FDB fan with advanced semi-fanless operation
- Supports quad PCI-E 8/6pin connectors
- Utilizes all Japanese capacitors
Efficiency and power in one package:
Ultra-quiet 120mm fan with intelligent RPM control guarantees cool performance and silent operation with minimum of 18dBA during fan operation.
The fanless mode operation deactivates when PSU loading reaches 30%.
1 x 24 / 20-Pin motherboard connector（300mm）
1 x 8 / 4-Pin EPS / ATX 12V connector（400mm）
2 x 8 / 6-Pin PCIE connector（400mm / 150mm）
2 x 8 / 6-Pin PCIE connector（550mm / 150mm）
6 x SATA connector（300mm / 200mm / 100mm x 2）
3 x SATA connector（600mm / 150mm / 150mm）
3 x 4-Pin Peripheral connector（300mm / 200mm / 200mm）
1 x 4-Pin Floppy adapter connector（100mm）
Big power output in a small package
+3.3V: 22A Max
+5V: 22A Max
+12V: 58.4A/700W Max
|80 Plus Level||Gold||Platinum||Titanium||Platinum|
|Dimensions||125 mm (W) x 63.5 mm (H) x 130 mm (D)||125 mm (W) x 63.5 mm (H) x 130 mm (D)||125 mm (W) x 63.5 mm (H) x 130 mm (D)||125 mm (W) x 63.5 mm (H) x 130 mm (D)|
|Power Density||484W per liter||678W per liter||775W per liter||436W per liter|
|Fanless Modes||None||Passive at <30% (200W) loads||Passive at <20% (160W) loads||Passive under all loads|
|ATX Compatibility||With included bracket||With optional SilverStone PP08B bracket||With optional SilverStone PP08B bracket||With optional SilverStone PP08B bracket|
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For small form factor enthusiasts, the standard sfx power supply form factor has excellent combination of size, power, and affordability. At 100mm deep, however, the standard sfx PSU is also limited in fan size to 80mm or 92mm. While advances in engineering and components have made modern high-end sfx PSUs quieter than ever, there is still inherent limitation with these fans' ability to dissipate heat at maximum loading conditions while maintaining satisfactory noise profile for users sensitive to higher-pitch sounds. With this in mind, SilverStone has released a “lengthened” variation of the sfx form factor called, sfx-l. With 30mm of added depth, a sfx-l power supply has enough room to fit a 120mm fan, thus its maximum load noise can be not only lower in intensity (via slower fan speed), but also lower in pitch (due to larger fan size). the SX700-LPT marks another milestone in SilverStone's pursuit of higher quality and more capable small form factor power supplies. At 700W, it includes all features available from top of the line SilverStone PSUs such as 80 plus Platinum efficiency, modular flexible flat cables, all Japanese capacitors and advanced semi-fanless capability.
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I've had proprietary PSUs before, but not very often... stuff like Shuttles, or microATX builds. I was only vaguely aware of the SFX form factor, but was excited when I found out about adapter plates you could use for a regular ATX PSU mount. The ST30SF wasn't the cheapest option, but it was the lowest cost unit that had a brand I trusted and had the adapter bracket (otherwise you'd have to spend like $10 to get one). As you might imagine, the unit is tiny. The bracket centers the unit within the ATX cavity, so it's not necessarily optimized for clearance, but that wasn't an issue for me. As my build is an R5 3400G, 32GB of RAM, and an NVMe drive on an x4 card, it really doesn't need anything bigger than 300W (it doesn't even need that, really). The build quality of the PSU appears to be up to the level I expect from Silverstone, despite being a lower-priced product. The adapter plate is grey/silver, so you may want to hit it with some spray paint, if you care about aesthetics. The 24 and 8-pin mobo power cables are long enough for whatever small case you may be using.
In operation, the PSU can be completely silent. There was a sash-type notice on the power supply, warning the user that the PSU fan doesn't always spin, as it's temperature controlled. Even when it's spinning, the fan isn't that loud. It is a little weird for the sound floor to change that much for a running computer, though. In operation, I didn't have any stability problems, and I had solid 3.3, 5, and 12v line voltages.
If you know you're going to stay within a 300w power budget, this power supply is a great choice. It's solid and quiet. The only thing that's kind of janky is the color of the adapter plate, which I'm guessing most purchasers won't use, anyway. Recommended.
PSU worked for about ~6 hours before my computer started to spontaneously shut down. Because the time until shutdown lessened between each boot until it was a matter of a few seconds, I'm guessing it was a thermal shutdown of the PSU. The fan is not supposed to spin until 30% load is reached, though the fan never spun. The fan was mounted to a venting grate on the front of the case, so it received more than adequate air supply. I didn't want to bother with a replacement considering the numerous other issues with this PSU reported by other purchasers.
This PSU has a lot of cables compared to other SFX PSUs. Even has headers for 4-pin to 3-pin for floppy drives...though I'm not sure why.
I had originally planned to go with 700W Silverstone over 600W Corsair because I wanted the extra headroom for two video cards, but I feel the risk of this PSU failing is much greater than the risk of overdrawing a 600W PSU. Corsair SF600 is treating me much better and I have had no issues.
Completely disassembled my computer, inspected everything, reassembled it, ran it and monitored everything. The "silent" fan that was supposed to kick on after a certain level of power usage, was silent because it NEVER turned on. Which resulted in the PSU frying and producing a burning plastic smell. Do not buy this product.
Other than that little quirk, which could be an id10t problem on me, the PSU runs quietly and hasn't let me down during the first runs of stress tests! Keeping an r5 cool in a tiny case has though!
I would rate this at 4.5 stars, merely because it is not SFX-L. If an SFX-L can fit in a node 202, I bet any case can fit SFX-L and benefit from having a larger fan.
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Por si fuera poco, incluye un adaptador para montarla en un gabinete ATX y todos los conectores necesarios para placas ATX. (incluidos 2x4 de 12V para el CPU).
Espero no tener que actualizar esta reseña con malas noticias pero, por ahora, estoy gratamente sorprendido.
I wonder what is the purpose of all these standards if they are different anyway???
I will make it fit. But I was expecting the replacement will not require sheet metal scissors, dremel, different screws.
Hopefully it will last.
Lo recomiendo si tu presupuesto es ajustado y no necesitas más de 450W para tu PC, pero si tienes más presupuesto sin duda ve por un Corsair SFX 600