OCZ Stealth XStream 600W PSU - SLI Ready / ATX2.2 / x4 12v rails / 12cm Fan [£52.93 @ Ebuyer] - HotUKDeals
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So i managed to cancel my Scan order for the 650w NorthQ modular PSU, so now i'll be getting this bad boy...gotten a little cheaper since a few days back, so hopefully it'll be money well spent this time! :P

The OCZ Stealth XStream is kept supremely cool with a large 120mm fan features a standard ATX power supply form factor resulting in a compact footprint to accommodate virtually all computer towers. With a sustained output of 600W and four +12V rails to provide uniform distribution of power, the StealthXStream is well-suited for and driving today's higher end systems. The rock solid Stealth XStream 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.


Technical specifications
150 x 140 x 86mm
ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V
OCZ ConnectAll universal connectors:
1 x 20+4Pin ATX
1 x 4-pin/8-pin CPU
(supports double CPUs/supplies stable voltage)
2 x PCI-E
6 x 4-pin peripheral
2 x 4-pin floppy
3 x S-ATA

High efficiency
80% @ 115V (Typical load)
83% @ 230V (Typical load)
Overvoltage/Overcurrent/Short-Circuit protection
Active PFC
MTBF:100,000 hours
100~240Vac 10-5A 50/60Hz
+3.3V(36A), +5V(30A), +12V1(18A), +12V2(18A), +12V3(18A), +12V4(18A)
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#2
"Even at peak loads, the 600W Stealth XStream remains virtually silent and excludes flashy LEDs ensuring the power supply is not seen or heard."

Maybe I got a dud but I had one of these for all of a weekend before RMA'ing due to the noise it made. Was loud and produced a whine that was very noticeable even from a distance, HTPC = no chance.
#4
I've got one of these - or very much like it anyway, had it for approx 2 years now with no probs at all and it does run near enough silent, from what I can tell anyway as I have case fans that aren't silent and can hear all the time, though not too loud either.
#5
I have got the 500w version of this running my Nvidia 9800gt and e2220 pentium dual core processor.
It is of top quality and far better value for money than most PSU's on the market

You will not be dissapointed buying an OCZ psu
#6
Put this in my mum's PC when I built it for her. No issues thus far,
#7
Very hot!
#8
Bought this in 2007 for £46 from Ebuyer. I've had it installed in my PC since then and it hasn't given me any trouble yet.

Great PSU, if I remember rightly there was a problem with these when they were released which caused the fan bearings to produce a loud noise, it's been fixed since then though.
#9
superb price, you normally have 500w psu at this price. heat!
#10
This has gone up to £59.99 now.

laze

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