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Tuesday, 24 April 2007 17:39

OCZ's new 600W StealthXStream Power Supply

Written by Slobodan Simic

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For value-minded that seek quiet performance 

 
OCZ announced a new line of PSU's, StealthXStream. Designed for value minded gamers that seek simple, quiet performance, with OCZ's reliability but at a lower price.

New StealthXStream 600W focuses on performance, quality and quiet operation. Even at peak loads, the 600W StealthXStream remains virtually silent and excludes flashy LED's ensuring the power supply is not seen or heard.

 

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As for the connectors, it's more high-end then value. One 20+4 pin ATX, one 4-pin/8-pin CPU with support for double CPU's), two PCIExpress, six 4-pin molex connectors, two 4-pin floppy and six SATA connectors. It has all common protections (Overvoltage/Overcurrent/Short-Circuit protection) and comes with Active PFC.

The rock solid StealthXStream is built to provide sufficient output to power dual GPU and CPU platforms, complete with two PCI-Express cables and a 4/8 CPU auxiliary connector which are wrapped in a flexible mesh promoting a tidy environment inside the case.

As for the specifications of the rails, they sound just right. Four +12V rails with 18A per rail, 30A on the +5V rail, and 36A on +3.3V rail. This is something that is seen on high end PSU's.

You can check out more on OCZ's website here.

Last modified on Tuesday, 24 April 2007 18:11

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