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Old 4th August, 2010, 11:00 PM
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OCZ StealthXstream 2 600W PSU review

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We stated it before, power supplies are reaching the end of their innovation development cycle and seem to have changed very little ever since the last year. Over the past years we've seen the move from low Wattage 350W power supplies in the dull gray / dull wiring combo towards the most advanced Power supplies you can think of. PSU's these day's are trendy, good looking, preferably has a modular cable design, silent, very safe to use. The latest trend though .. being green, the quest for highly efficient power supplies.

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Old 5th August, 2010, 08:34 PM
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Looks like a good PSU, but is 600W really enuff in this day of power sucking components? Typical, listed for $60 at Amazon, and $75 from Dell. You go Dell, you dishonest so and so's.
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I bought a stealthstream 500w within the past year. Had to leave one CD drive unconnected because of not enough cableing for 2. So I can confirm that issue. It's for my 7 year old, rarely used computer. So not a major issue for that computer.
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