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Viva: an entry-level ATX power supply series at Silverstone!

Viva: an entry-level ATX power supply series at Silverstone!

This morning, direction Silverstone which announces the launch of a new power supply series. We are now facing the Viva series, a new range of ATX format power supplies. New power supplies that fit into the entry-level segment.

Viva: three entry-level ATX power supplies at Silverstone!

Silverstone Viva

With this new series, Silverstone offers us a series of three power supply units. Here, we are faced with something classic, as these models feature an ATX format with a depth of 14 cm.

Here, the brand is targeting the entry-level sector, and this is reflected in the wiring management. On this new line, there will be no modularity of cables, they will all remain attached to the block. The same goes for the certification which does not go very far: 80+ Bronze. In terms of power, we’re staying with something very classic too with 550W, 650W and 750W blocks.

Internally, we will have the right to a 120mm fan whose operating mode is announced as silent. No, there will be no semi-passive mode. On the protection side, the blocks will be protected against overvoltage and short-circuit. In addition, a single 12V rail and the use of an active PFC will be used.

For the moment, we do not yet know the price of these models. That said, it will probably not be necessary to spend a kidney to get a Viva power supply.

Click here for the Silverstone data sheet!

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