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500W OCZ StealthXStream 2 Power Supply

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The new StealthXstream II strikes the right balance between mainstream power needs and high-performance build quality to deliver unprecedented value.

Stock:
Discontinued!
This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 40958  
Stock code: POW-OCZ-OCZ500SXS2
Manuf. code: OCZ500SXS2
Cust. Rating:   Read reviews.
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Description:

StealthXStream 2 Series offers an excellent value for performance to accompany home, gaming, or enthusiast systems. The StealthXStream 2 is kept supremely cool with a large 120mm ball-bearing fan and features a standard ATX power supply form factor resulting in a compact footprint to accommodate virtually all computer towers. Offering excellent energy and cost savings, the series features high efficiency on all models with 80+ certifications, converting up to a full 85% of AC to DC power at typical loads.

The OCZ StealthXStream 2 provides Universal Input and Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) to effectively regulate input voltage across worldwide power grids and maintain an economical, yet stable supply of power. OCZ StealthXStream 2 power supplies come backed with an industry-leading three year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty for the ultimate peace of mind.

- Series: StealthXstream II
- Type: ATX12V V2.2 / EPS12V
- Wattage: 500W
- Fan Size: 120mm double ball-bearing
- PFC: Active
- Main Connector: 20+4-Pin, +12V Rails: 2, PCI-E Connector: 1 x 6-Pin, SATA Power 4
- Efficiency: Typical load 82% Efficiency
- Energy Certifications: 80 PLUS Certified
- Input Voltage: 100 – 240V
- Input Frequency Range: 50/60 Hz
- Output: [email protected],[email protected],[email protected], [email protected], [email protected],+5VSB @ 2.5A
- MTBF: >100,000 Hours
- Dimensions: 15cm x 8.5cm x 14cm (W x H x L)
- Connectors: 1 x Main connector (20+4Pin), 1 x 4 Pin, 1 x 6-Pin PCI-E, 6 x Peripheral, 4 x SATA, 1 x Floppy

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

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Question  PSU by Qubs

Would this PSU work with this graphic card?
quick code: 42371

Answer by andrewn on Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Should be fine, yes.

Question  Question by escobar

would this work with ATI HD 5850. On the website it says it needs 2 x 6 pin and here it says it has only one.

Answer by andrewn on Sunday, February 27, 2011
You'd need a molex to PCI-E 6-pin converter such as quick code 17133.

will this work? by Ronald

will this psu work with the following:

31981
41685
38607
43215
38097
36782
37726
40958
43028
43097

if there is anything wrong tell me, thanks!

Response by philm
yes it will work fine.

Question  enough? by Graham

Will this psu be enough for quick codes:
#41167
#37570
#40242
#40315
#40258
#39586
#38844
#31337
NZXT Sentry 2
4 fans on top of case fans
2 cd/dvd drives
80gb pata hdd

I believe all of this will work together, please let me know if not.

it is ok if a couple of case fans aren't plugged in to the psu
If not enough could you please suggest an alternative around or below the £50 mark

Thanks in advance

Answer by gavin on Saturday, November 13, 2010
That should all be fine with this PSU.

Question  Tyan S2676ANRF (Intel Dual Xeon) by dyf

Would this PSU work with a Tyan S2676ANRF (Intel Dual Xeon). Previous PSU was a 420W EPS12V. Suggested replacement by the original PC supplier is 500W ATX12V / 80+ Thermaltake

Cheers

Answer by Azhar on Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Although we can not guarantee compatibility, this power supply should work fine
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