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Wednesday, 24 October 2007 11:46

OCZ announces 500W StealthXStream PSU

Written by Slobodan Simic

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For those value-minded

 

The OCZ Technology Group has announced a new addition to its StealthXStream PSU series, the 500 Watt StealthXStream.

As the part of the StealthXStream series, this PSU features a sleek black case and an unlit fan, thus making it perfect for those who want an effective, quiet and well performing PSU without flashy LEDs and high power ratings that they don't need.

The StealthXStream comes packed in a standard ATX form factor and uses a 120mm fan that can easily cool down the PSU without making a lot of noise. The PSU features a single PCI-Express connector, since it isn't intended for SLI/Crossfire usage and is targeting mainstream systems. It comes backed with a three-year OCZ warranty, and features Active PFC.

You can check out more info here.


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