Legit Power Supply Reviews
8-way SLI and Crossfire Power Supply (PSU) Roundup
|Product:||Eight Power Supplies|
|Date:||Wed, Jun 21, 2006 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Legit Staff|
OCZ GameXStream 700W
The OCZ GameXStream product line is geared directly toward enthusiasts, power users, and gamers. As more and more gamers move to SLI and Crossfire, the need for power supplies like the GameXStream increases greatly. The GameXStream features high-quality components to ensure your PC?s vital hardware is supplied with clean, stable and reliable power without compromising effectiveness. And like the Antec NeoHE, the GameXStream is built with high-efficient components!
- Fan: 12 cm quiet fan
- Dimensions: 15cm (W) x 8.6cm (H) x 14cm (L)
- Modular: No
- Cable sleeving: Yes
- Number of 12V rails: 4
- PCI Express, SLI, and Dual CPU ready
- EPS 12V and ATX 12V 2.2 compliant
- Protection technologies: OVP, OCP, SCP
High Efficiency: The OCZ GameXStream stands next to the Antec Neo HE when it comes to efficiency. This means lower overall power consumption when compared to typical PSUs, so the GameXStream is another one that will save you money in the long run.
Quad +12V Rails: Interestingly enough, OCZ is not really advertising this feature. But with one quick glance at the PSU label, we noticed that the GameXStream also features four +12V rails for improved load balancing.
The GameXStream is typically found a little cheaper than its PowerStream sibling (most likely due to the adjustable voltage rails found on the PowerStream). The GameXStream can easily be found for $159.99 and with a little shopping around, we found a few $15 mail in rebates online. This puts the GameXStream a little higher than average when it comes to pricing, but definitely not overpriced.
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Page 1 - Introduction
Page 2 - AeroCool's Zerodba 620W
Page 3 - Antec NeoHE 550W
Page 4 - Mushkin XP-650 650W
Page 5 - OCZ PowerStream 600 SLI
Page 6 - OCZ GameXStream 700W
Page 7 - Thermaltake ToughPower 550W
Page 8 - Thermaltake ToughPower 750W
Page 9 - Ultra X-Connect X2 550W
Page 10 - Test Systems
Page 11 - Power Consumption
Page 12 - Stability
Page 13 - Pricing
Page 14 - Conclusion