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Power Supply

Silverstone 500 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular SFX Power Supply

(2 Ratings, 4.5 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Silverstone

Model

SX500-G

Part #

SST-SX500-G

Manufacturer

Silverstone

Form Factor

SFX

Efficiency Rating

80+ Gold

Wattage

500 W

Modular

Full

Type

SFX12V

Fanless

No

PCIe 6+2-Pin Connectors

2

EPS Connectors

1

SATA Connectors

6

Molex 4-Pin Connectors

3

Price History

    Reviews

    apruitt79
    • 28 points
    • 26 months ago

    from completed build Shifty 1600X Productivity Build

    Very tiny and fully modular. 500W is plenty for my build and this PSU fits the build well. Only cosmetic issues are that the silverstone sticker is only on one side (away from the window which leaves you looking at QC stickers) and the blue 24 pin connector. Why is it blue? I don't need color coding to plug the cables in. Especially the 24 pin. But sleeving is good. I did need to get a 8 pin extension for my build however.

    broon62
    • 11 points
    • 24 days ago

    from completed build Quiet 8 Core SG13

    I couldn't believe how small this thing was. I have used a modular power supply before, and I wouldn't build without one now. I only ended up needing cables connected for motherboard, graphics card and AIO, so this being modular made it much easier to keep the case tidy and free of cables.

    I installed mine with the fan facing up, sucking air in from outside the case and venting it straight out the back of the case. The other option is to install it with the fan facing down and having it exhaust warm air out of the case. I wanted to avoid this as this PSU is only rated for up to 40 degrees, and I thought it might get quite hot in the case.

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