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OCZ ModXStream Pro 600W

Michael Larabel

Published on 2 March 2009
Written by Michael Larabel
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Last month we looked at the OCZ Fatal1ty 700W which performed very well and was another nice power supply from OCZ Technology, the company that also owns PC Power & Cooling. Another one of their power supplies to have been introduced in the past few months is the ModXStream-Pro 600W. Unlike the Fatal1ty series, the ModXStream Pro series has modular cables and a few other differences, while still being 80+ Certified, NVIDIA SLI Certified, and is backed by OCZ's excellent PowerSwap warranty. In this review we are testing out the OCZ ModXStream Pro 600W for ourselves.

Features:

- Available in 500W, 600W, 700W Configurations
- OCZ PowerWhipser Technology
- Internal 140mm Fan
- SLI Certified
- 3 year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty
- EZMod Technology
- ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V
- 80+ Certified
- Active PFC
- MTBF 100,000 hours

Contents:

The ModXStream Pro packaging is faintly similar to that of other OCZ power supply packages we have looked at in the past. The red and black ModXStream Pro container highlights various features of this power supply such as its SLI readiness, 3-year warranty, and EZMod cable management. The box comes complete with a plastic handle to make it easy for transport. Inside there was the ModXStream Pro user manual, US AC power cable, the power supply itself (wrapped in plastic), and a bag that contained all of the modular cables for the power supply unit.

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