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Old February 1, 2010, 11:06 AM
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Default Silverstone Prepares Strider Essentials PSU

Going on their success from the Strider Plus series, Silverstone announces a new succession of PSU's for the everyday user. Enter the Strider Essentials. The Strider Essential will be offered in two varieties once it hits e-tailers online. Their 400W version features a single 12V rail with active PFC and enough connectors to get you entry level sy... [ Read full article ]
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Comparing to their previous strider this one look great and well priced. Is silverstone trying to get more psu market place???why not they are a great company and make some of the best product out here some strider plus are awesome PSU and their case are outstanding. Go silverstone!
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Let's see who the manufacturer is before we go and praise it. Silverstone has a pretty good track record, but they've also had a few rotten apples in recent times (700W+ Element series).
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Let's see who the manufacturer is before we go and praise it. Silverstone has a pretty good track record, but they've also had a few rotten apples in recent times (700W+ Element series).
Where did you get manf info? you know it for like every PSU out here and I have search for many but can't find them
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Where did you get manf info? you know it for like every PSU out here and I have search for many but can't find them

The UL (Underwriters Lab) certification number or the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Number on the Sticker of the PSU will give you the OEM information. As is true with all electrical devices sold in Canada.

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The UL (Underwriters Lab) certification number or the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) Number on the Sticker of the PSU will give you the OEM information. As is true with all electrical devices sold in Canada.

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Most of the larger brands have their own UL numbers, so you can't use that to track manufacturer info. The only surefire way is to open up the PSU and examine the internals.
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