Silverstone GD07 HTPC chassis review -
At the lower right of the chassis you can spot space for the PSU. We installed a fanless one here, hey this is an HTPC right. There are some excellent silent PSUs available, we have a good selection of PSU reviews if interested in reading up on that.
There's plenty of space to work in and most CPU coolers will fit fine, if they are not dauntingly high that is. Being properly sized means that lengthy graphics cards can be installed well.
Here we inserted a GeForce GTX 690 for example. Length does not matter, height however 'could' be bit of an issue. the card is connected towards two PSU PEG power connectors, you'll need to bend the cable from the connector to make that fit. No biggy though.
And there you have the final product with it's appealing steel and aluminum finish, once powered on, an excellent chassis with plenty of space to even insert the most high-end PC components.
we review the Silverstone GD07 HTPC chassis. The Grandia GD07, an updated version which offers everything you ever wanted in for a HTPC, it's so spacious that you could even use it as a very cool desktop PC. I mean Extended ATX (EATX) sized motherboards fit (!), heck you can even throw in very long graphics cards in there as we'll show you.
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SilverStone 750 Watt ATX Power Supply
Today we will have a look at the Zeus 750 Watt continuous power supply from Silverstone. A really awe-inspiring power supply with four (yes four) +12 Volts rails and which is also an SLI ready power supply. We'll put it to the test buy using our quad SLI setup. The new Zeus is cool, literally, as up to 750W it'll maintain a temperature of 50°C. You get 60 AMPs combined (over 700W) for these four +12V rails alone, making the ST75ZF capable of powering any top of the line system available today and the near future.
SilverStone 600 Watt ATX Power Supply
It carries the label "Strider" and this model comes with a fantastic 600 Watts rating. It's supposed to be a a high-end PSU which is ready for SLI and Crossfire as it has quad 12 volts rails and active PFC, silent fan. We'll explain all that to you over the next pages though.