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    Silverstone Zeus ST65ZF
    Author: jonnyguru
    Date Posted:26/07/2005 04:28.22
    SLRating: SLRating: 10/10
    Bottom Line: The Silverstone Zeus ST65ZF is HARDCORE. It's more power supply than most people need, but if it's in the budget and you want no holds barred, this is a power supply for you.

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    The Silverstone comes with plenty of connectors for SSI and SLI applications alike.  I've labeled where each connector gets it's 12V from too.

    ATX Conn.


    2x3 SSI Aux
    3.5 Drive
    5.25/HDD Drive

    * The ATX connector is natively a 24-pin type, but the four pins at the end can be disconnect to allow for use in 20-pin motherboards.
    ** The ST65ZF comes with an adapter that converts the 8-pin 2x4 to a 4-pin 2x2. This adapter utilizes all four wires off of the 8-pin connector, so the load of the 4-pin is actually split between 12V2 and 12V3 making as much as 20A available to the 2x2 connector alone!

    The main power cables are all sleeved with a nylon mesh and heat-shrink. I have to admit the quality of the nylon mesh and the accuracy of how they were installed is among the best I've seen.  Usually the nylon mesh comes undone or snags or the heatshrink is lumpy... Not with the ST65ZF.

    Plenty of drive cables.

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    1. Introduction
    2. Testing
    3. Under Load
    4. Crossloading
    5. Connectors
    6. Conclusions

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