SilverStone SX700-G Power Supply Review: 700W of SFX

SilverStone has been a champion of SFX power supplies for many years. Their current power supply lineup includes over a dozen different SFX/SFX-L models. They also offer a full line of high quality enclosures, cooling components, and accessories for PC enthusiasts. With a continued focus on smaller physical size and support for small form-factor enthusiasts, SilverStone’s current SF-Gold Series includes five models ranging in power from 500W to 700W. Unlike the larger SX-L units, which are 30mm (1.2”) longer than a standard SFX chassis, the SX700-G retains the original SFX dimensions. We will be taking a detailed look at the SX700-G power supply in this review. In addition to its small size the SX700-G power supply features high efficiency (80 Plus Gold certified), comes with all modular flat ribbon-style cables, and remains relatively quiet through mid-power. The SX700-G power supply is rated for a combined, continuous output power of 700 watts at 40°C. The PSU incorporates a single +12V rail that can deliver up to 58.4A (700W). The PSU includes universal AC line input (automatically adjusts the AC line voltage) and active PFC, which makes the unit more environmentally friendly...

Moore Parts Source Now Offering E Power Steering Kits – Press Release

Moore Parts Source is pleased to announce that they now have EPower Steering Kits in stock. Universal Electronic Power Steering Kits work in conjunction with manual steering boxes and off-road rack pinions, which makes them ideal for sandrails, dune buggies, baja bugs, Manx Buggies, UTV Side X Side, and most vehicles with manual factory steering boxes. “The future of power steering has arrived without sacrificing horsepower,” remarks the company. Find out more about EPower Steering Kits on the company’s site. The universal fit system works well with vehicles that have around ten to twelve inches of steering shaft that can be removed. The unit uses an EPS motor that consists of a 12 volt brushed DC reversible motor with a 58-amp rating. The unit’s wattage varies but it can be expected to be around 750 watts when in use on a running vehicle. The systems work well on everything from off-road buggies to hot rods and muscle cars. The unit has also been proven on sportsman and pre-runner cars. E Power Steering uses an electric motor to provide the assist as opposed to hydraulic systems which use hydraulic pressure systems. The EPS system is more efficient, since it only needs to assis...