Thursday, June 10th 2010

OCZ Technology Announces the StealthXStream 2 Power Supply Series

OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs), memory modules, and power supplies for computing devices and systems, announces the StealthXStream 2 Power Supply Series. Redesigned to provide higher efficiencies, quieter operation, and a sleeker updated look, the StealthXStream 2 Series offers an excellent value for performance to accompany home, gaming, or enthusiast systems.

"Three years ago we launched the original StealthXStream PSU line with the goal of delivering a power supply with the right balance of performance, features, and value," said Alex Mei, CMO at the OCZ Technology Group. "The new StealthXStream 2 is the natural evolution of this popular line and features an updated core, a sleeker more compact form factor making it easy to integrate into any chassis and plenty of stable power for dual GPU platforms, and with a complete range of models to choose customers can select the perfect wattage for their unique system configuration."

Qualified under the expertise of the Power Management division at PC Power & Cooling, the StealthXStream 2 is built for superior reliability at an extremely affordable price point. Designed for the value-minded consumer seeking quiet performance and an understated design, the StealthXStream 2 is ideal for system builders and enthusiasts who prefer a low-key PSU that even at peak loads remains virtually silent and excludes flashy LEDs to ensure it is not seen or heard. Additionally, the PSU is kept supremely cool with a newly upgraded 120mm ball-bearing fan for additional noise reduction.

Available in up to 700W configurations, the StealthXStream 2 is well-suited for driving higher end systems and provides sufficient output to power dual-GPU and CPU platforms (SLI and CrossFire Ready). Meeting all energy saving requirements, the series features 80-Plus Certified high efficiencies on all models, converting up to a full 85% of AC to DC power at typical loads. The StealthXStream 2 provides Universal Input and Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) to effectively regulate input voltage and maintain a stable supply of power in a compact ATX form factor to accommodate virtually all computer towers.

Available in 400W, 500W, 600W, and 700W models, all OCZ StealthXStream 2 power supplies come backed with a three year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty for the ultimate peace of mind.
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12 Comments on OCZ Technology Announces the StealthXStream 2 Power Supply Series

#1
btarunr
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OEM is PCP&C.
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#2
Phxprovost
Xtreme Refugee
im assuming that pricing is going to be the standard bracket?
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#3
Zubasa
by: btarunr
OEM is PCP&C.
Lets just hope OCZ does not ruin the PCP&C reputation.
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#4
Bo$$
hopefully i should get one for my bro with stealthstream 600W
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#5
CDdude55
Crazy 4 TPU!!!
Had an OCZ StealthxStream 600w PSU before my current Corsair one. And they are definitely solid power supplies, used it since '07 and was still going strong until i gave it up for the Corsair.
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#6
panchoman
Sold my stars!
by: btarunr
OEM is PCP&C.
PCP&C is not an oem.. they are another power supply manufacturer that was bought out by OCZ. The actual oem behind PCP&C is Seasonic.
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#7
v12dock
I have build several computers with OCZ they are very strong power supplies
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#8
Mussels
Moderprator
good, these should take OCZ back into the big boys league.
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#9
claylomax
by: btarunr
OEM is PCP&C.
So they are single rail I assume.
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#10
El_Mayo
I'll get one of these in the future, no mention of pricing though ;[
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: panchoman
PCP&C is not an oem.. they are another power supply manufacturer that was bought out by OCZ. The actual oem behind PCP&C is Seasonic.
Nope, PCP&C is its own source, has its own R&D. It manufactures in China, and assembles in California. Here's a nice piece about PCP&C: http://www.anandtech.com/show/2713/1
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