Strider Titanium     ST1100-TI



■ Top-level efficiency with 80 PLUS Titanium certification

■ All Japanese capacitors

■ 100% modular cables

■ 24/7 continuous power output with 50℃ operating temperature

■ Class-leading single +12V rail

■ Strict ±3% voltage regulation and low ripple & noise

■ Dual EPS 8pin with multiple PCI-E 8 / 6pin connectors support

■ Ultra silent 135mm fan with intelligent semi-fanless operation

   
         The 80 PLUS Titanium certification represents the pinnacle of power supply efficiency with requirement of at least 90% conversion efficiency even at the very low 10% loading condition. For SilverStone, achieving the highest efficiency is just one aspect to what makes for a technically advanced power supply. The available power also needs to be condensed into a physical package as small as possible so that users can freely utilize it in any case or system with minimal interference. For the Strider Titanium series power supplies, all models are among the smallest in size for their wattage levels. As befitting of being in the Strider series, abundant enthusiasts features are included such as all Japanese capacitors, ±3% regulation, powerful single +12V rail, 24/7 continuous power output at 50℃, and dual EPS 8pin with multiple PCI-E 8 / 6pin connectors support. For those looking to build the most efficient systems possible with multiple GPUs for gaming, folding, mining, scientific calculations, or machine learning, the 1100W / 1300W / 1500W Strider Titanium series power supplies are definitely the top choices.



  

Remark
1.Designed for 80 PLUS Titanium level of efficiency to reduce wasted heat and save on electricity.   2.100% moudlar cable design for use with short cable kit such as SilverStone’s PP05-E or for easy removal in a case with cable routed and tied down.
 
     
3.Flat cables have much greater flexibility to allow for tighter folding and management of cables.   4.180mm depth sets new standard for high wattage PSUs with modular cables.
 
     
5.Powerful single +12V rail design, perfect for future high-end component upgrades or overclocking.   6.±3% regulation and low ripple & noise performance for high stability.
 
     
7.Ultra-quiet 135mm fan with intelligent RPM control guarantees cool performance and silent operation with minimum of 18dBA during fan operation. The fanless mode operation deactivates when PSU’s loading reaches 20%.    
   
 



Model No.
SST-ST1100-TI
Max. DC Output
1100W (Peak 1200W)
Power density
474W per liter
Load Range
 
+3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 +5VSB -12V
Max.(Amps)
25A 22A 92A / 3.0A 0.3A
Peak (Amps)
/ / / / / /
Min.(Amps)
0A 0A 0.15A / 0A 0A
Range (%)
±3% ±3% ±3% / ±5% ±10%
Line Reg.(%)
±1% ±1% ±1% / ±1% ±1%
Ripple(mVp-p)
50mV 50mV 120mV / 50mV 120mV
Color
Black (lead-free paint)
combined +3.3, +5V
120W
Combined +12V
1100W
Input Voltage
90 ~ 264 Vrms
Input Frequency Range
47Hz ~ 63Hz
PFC
Active PFC (PF>0.9 at full load)
Efficiency
90% ~ 94% at 10% ~ 100% loading
MTBF
100,000 hours
Operating temperature
0 ~ 50°C
Protection
Over Current Protection
Over Power Protection
Over Voltage Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Under Voltage Protection
Over Temperature Protection
Connectors
1 x 24 / 20-Pin motherboard connector (550mm)
1 x 8 / 4-Pin EPS / ATX 12V connector (750mm)
1 x 8 / 4-Pin EPS / ATX 12V connector (550mm)
8 x 8 / 6-Pin PCIE connector ("550mm" x 8)
16 x SATA connector ("600mm / 150mm / 150mm / 150mm" x 4)
6 x 4-Pin Peripheral connector ("600mm / 150mm / 150mm" x 2)
1 x 4-Pin Floppy adapter connector (100mm)
Cooling System
Single 135mm silent fan
Form factor
ATX
Noise Level
0 ~ 36 dBA
Dimension
150 mm (W) x 86 mm (H) x 180 mm (D)
5.91" (W) x 3.39" (H) x 7.09" (D)
Weight
3.96 kg
Certification
80 PLUS Titanium
Other
GPU Support list
Compatible with ATX12V v2.4
* Power supply connector overuse definition
A single PCIe 8pin cable and connector’s maximum current rating is 12.5A, which is 150W (+12V x 12.5A). So SilverStone’s warranty will not cover damages or malfunction resulting from the use of a graphics card or expansion card with a single PCIe 8pin connector that exceeds standard 225W total power draw (150W from PCIe 8pin connector + 75W from PCIe motherboard slot). Similarly, a graphics card or expansion card with dual PCIe 8pin connectors that exceed 375W total power draw (300W from two PCIe 8pin connectors + 75W from PCIe motherboard slot) will also not be covered under warranty.

Peripheral (molex) or SATA connector’s maximum current rating is 5A, which is 60W (+12V x 5A) or 25W (+5V x 5A). Please ensure connected devices are operating under these limits. SilverStone’s warranty will not cover damages or malfunction resulting from usages exceeding these connectors and their associated cables.

24pin motherboard connector’s maximum current rating for its dual +12V metal pins are 5A each, which totals 120W (+12V x 5A x 2). Please ensure +12V drawing devices connected to the motherboard are operating under these limits. SilverStone’s warranty will not cover damages or malfunction resulting from usages exceeding these connectors and their associated cables.



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ST1100-TI Manual
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A:

If your computer is tripping the circuit breaker that means it is drawing too much power from one outlet. Please do the following:

1. Please make sure the computer is plugged directly into the wall outlet and do not use extension socket or other multiple outlet extension cords with the computer.

2. If the use of extension socket is necessary, avoid combined usage with other higher powered household appliances such as TV, audio amplifier, etc…

3. Contact your local electrician for information on how you can upgrade your house to accommodate higher electrical draw.