The Silverstone Strider Plus 750W is nothing special in appearance. Its black paint, impressed logo, and white text is fairly standard. The output table faces outward.
The rear features one of the more open designs I’ve seen in a while. It’s fully honeycombed except around the power plug. The Strider Plus falls to my biggest power supply pet peeve, though: no power switch.
The bottom features a 135 mm fan. It’s larger than the standard 120 mm fan, but smaller than the 140 mm fan I’ve seen on a few units.
All units in the Strider series are fully modular. The primary advantage of a fully modular power supply is the ability to remove it for cleaning without having to undo any connections to devices–no need to redo that awesome, efficient cabling job every couple of months.
The Strider Plus 750W includes two 6+2-pin PCI Express connectors, two 6-pin PCI Express connectors, six SATA connectors, six 4-pin device connectors, and two floppy connectors in addition to the standard 20+4 pin motherboard connector and 4+4-pin CPU connector. There are actually two of the last one, one which is 750 mm and one which is 550 mm.