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Friday, 13 April 2007 16:29

OCZ ModXStream PSU

Written by Slobodan Simic

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OCZ's high performance goes modular

 
OCZ announced new series of Power Supplies, ModXStream. It combines OCZ high performance PSU architecture with an efficient modular cable management system.

 
New power supplies are available in 780W and 900W models, and comes with all the features that you can ask from one high performance PSU.

 

 

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As OCZ claims ModXStream was engineered to be the quietest PSU available so gamers can hear their games and not their PCs. It is cooled with a load-controlled 120mm fan. It comes complete with dual PCI-Express cables and six SATA connectors which should be enough for any system. ModXstream has a sustained output of 780W or 900W with four +12V rails that give out 20A per rail. As all OCZ PSU's, this one also has Overvoltage, Overcurrent, Short-Circuit protection, and comes with Active PFC.

 
It was about time that high performance goes modular. You can check out more on OCZ

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