600W OCZ ModXStream Pro Modular Silent SLI/Crossfire Ready ATX2.2 Power Supply

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The ModXstream is a modular version of the StealthXstream, so you get the benefits of silent running along with cable tidy management.

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Quickcode: 33612  
Stock code: POW-500799-OCZ600MXS
Manuf. code: OCZ600MXSP
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Description:

OCZ ModXStream Pro / 500~600W~700W / EZ Mod Cable Management / Active PFC

The ModXStream Pro Series is the superlative solution for driving today's gaming systems, and is NVIDIA SLI certified to power dual graphics. Professional-grade yet designed with gamers and modders in mind, this PSU is stable, robust, and sports a sleek look and compact form factor. Kept ultra-cool with a load-controlled 135mm fan, the ModXStream Pro was engineered to be the quietest PSU available and eliminate distracting noises from your PC. 80+ Certified, featuring up to 86% efficiency at typical load, this leading-edge power supply remains rock solid and powerful while retaining superior efficiency under load.

As a gamer or case modder, modular cabling is a necessity when building a cool and orderly system. To optimize airflow and eliminate cable mazes, the ModXStream Pro is equipped with "EZMod" Technology to allow complete customization of your power system by utilizing only the cables you require.

The OCZ ModXStream provides Universal Input and Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) to effectively regulate input voltage across worldwide power grids and maintain an economical, stable supply of power. Available in configurations ranging from 400W to 700W and backed with OCZs 3-year power swap warranty, the OCZ ModXStream Pro gives you the ultimate power and peace of mind to ensure the stability, low noise, optimized air flow, and efficiency of your gaming system.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer ocz storage solutions
Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
Manufacturer Website http://www.aria.co.uk/Support/Technical+Support
Manufacturer Phone 0208 892 5454
Warranty Period (yrs) 3

Technical Details:

Nominal power: 600 W
AC input voltage: 100 - 240 V
AC input frequency: 50/60 Hz
Efficiency: 86 %
Form factor: ATX
Fan diameter: 135 mm
Number of SATA power connectors: 6
PCI Express power connectors (6-pin): Yes
Floppy drive power connector: 1
Mean time between failures (MTBF): 100000 h
Certification: SLI
Dimensions (WxDxH): 150 x 160 x 86 mm
ATX Power connector (24-pin): Yes
Overload protection: Yes
Ports quantity: 17
Short protection: Yes
I/O ports: 1x 20/24-pin ATX
1x 8-pin CPU
1x 4-pin CPU
1x 6-pin PCI-E
1x 6+2-pin PCI-E
4x Peripheral
2x Floppy
6x SATA

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Question  Wattage by sbarrick

I have the following setup.

i5 2500k (OC to 4.5Ghz)
H60 WaterCooler
1TB Samsung SATA
DVD SATA
8GB Corsair Vengeance
Asus P8Z68-V Pro M/B
2 x SLI GTX460 Palit Sonic

Will this power suppler suit?

Answer by Patrickc on Friday, January 20, 2012
I'd probably suggest a bigger PSU at 750W or above

Question  Connecters by Matthew

Will this PSU have enough 6 pin connectors for my HD6870 because my old PSU (47038) only had one 6 pin connector and did not work.

Answer by mohamedA on Sunday, December 25, 2011
yes this should have sufficent cables

Question  Question by jojo

Does this have a 8-pin ATX 12V Power connector ?

Answer by mohamedA on Tuesday, November 29, 2011
this has 1 4 pin cpu connector and 1 8pin connector

Question  What I need? by Chaz

I'm not too hot on PSUs, does this have all the connections I'll need, a more importantly will it have enough grunt for https://www.aria.co.uk/WishList/BFIPT8rtmYL6Hj7uzOi-Sw,, (intending on OCing CPU+GPU)Oh and are there any issues with my parts there? Seems right to me, thanks.

Answer by mohamedA on Thursday, November 24, 2011
that should be sufficent and i believe the parts are fine

Question  amd 6870 by blondejon

Will this happily support my new 6870 gfx card?

Answer by mohamedA on Friday, November 18, 2011
yes it should run it
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