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600W 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.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 40944  
Stock code: POW-OCZ-OCZ600SXS2
Manuf. code: OCZ600SXS2
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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. Designed for both gamers and mainstream power users in mind, key features of the sleek StealthXstream II include a thermally controlled 120mm double-ball bearing fan maximum airflow at near-silent audible noise levels, exceptionally well regulated electrical noise and ripple for stable operation, an ideal array of connector types for each wattage, and excellent efficiency, converting up to a full 82% of AC to DC power at typical loads. The StealthXstream II Series from OCZ is fully compliant with the latest ATX12V and EPS12V specifications.

- Series: StealthXstream II
- Type: ATX12V V2.2 / EPS12V
- Wattage: 600W
- Fan Size: 120mm double ball-bearing
- PFC: Active
- Main Connector: 20+4-Pin, +12V Rails: 4, PCI-E Connector: 1 x 6-Pin +, 1 x (6+2-Pin) PCI-E, SATA Power 3
- Efficiency: Typical load 82% Efficiency
- Energy Certifications: 80 PLUS Certified
- Input Voltage: 100 – 240V
- Input Frequency Range: 50/60 Hz
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- Dimensions: 15cm x 8.5cm x 14cm (W x H x L)
- Connectors: 1 x Main connector (20+4Pin), 1 x 8 (4+4) Pin, 1 x 6-Pin PCI-E, 1 x 6+2-Pin PCI-E, 6 x Peripheral, 3 x SATA, 1 x Floppy

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer ocz storage solutions
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website
Manufacturer Phone 0208 892 5454
Warranty Period (yrs)3

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Question  Question by Danny

would a gtx 590 work with this psu with i7-950 not planning any overclocking or sli

Answer by andrewn on Wednesday, August 3, 2011
That's borderline, for a 590 I'd play it safe and go for something a little beefier, such as quick code 43906.

hd4890 crossfire by Pablo

hi, just wondering is that psu will take 2 hd4890 in crossfire if no, what u could suggest. thx

Response by philm
yes this will be fine for two 4890 GPU's in crossfire.

Question  Question by Ben

Hello, I have had this PSU for nearly 4 months now and I'm happy to say that it works perfectly fine but...ever since I have been using this, I have downloaded a software that calculates the PC's temperatures and it says my GPU is around 48C which people say is high but I don't really tend to bother but today it went up to 60C and I would like to ask is it because the PSU is too powerful for the graphics card to keep up? I bought a graphics card from here about 2 years ago, its a Nvidia GeForce 9400GT 512mb DDR2 graphics card, I thought maybe its cause the card is old and a lot of dust has been collected but I have cleaned it and it still remains in the 40's. If I bought quickcode 43435, will that help?

Answer by jorged on Friday, July 1, 2011
I wouldn’t worry as 40 to 50 is just idle temperature.

Question  Will it work? by Graham

Will this fit into my current setup



Radeon 5850

Answer by andrewn on Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Yes, that should be fine.

Question  Advice please? by {CCX}


I just wondered if this PSU would power the following


500gb hitachi deskstar (SATA)

320gb maxtor (SATA)

Generic DVD on IDE

2GB Aria tech DDR 2

XFX ATI Radeon HD 5770 (Reference) 1024MB GDDR5

On a Gigabyte GA-73UM-S2H?


Answer by andrewn on Wednesday, June 8, 2011
That should be fine.
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