OCZ Technology Announces 500W StealthXStream PSU

"OCZ Technology Announces 500W StealthXStream PSU, a Power Management Solution with Excellent Value."

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OCZ Technology Announces 500W StealthXStream PSU, a Power Management Solution with Excellent Value

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high-reliability memory and power supplies, today announced the new 500 Watt StealthXStream Power Supply to offer a sufficient source of power for mainstream gaming PCs. The 500W edition features the same understated look as its 600W predecessor with a sleek black case and unlit fan for the value-conscious consumer seeking effective, quiet performance. Qualified under the watchful eye of the Power Management division at PC Power & Cooling, the StealthXStream is built for superior reliability at an extremely affordable price point.

“From the time PC Power & Cooling joined the OCZ Technology Group in June of this year, all power supply development has been monitored by the power experts at our Southern California facility,” said Ryan Edwards, Global Product Manager for OCZ. “The StealthXStream 500W is the first OCZ PSU to benefit from this in-depth quality assurance and is an exceptional upgrade for a mid-range gaming rig.”

Ideal for gamers and system builders who prefer a straight-forward, value-mined PSU, the StealthXStream focuses on performance, quality, and quiet operation. The 500W configuration provides the necessary power for mainstream gaming systems and desktop computing setups, ensuring you won’t pay extra for a higher wattage unit that a mainstream system does not require. Even at peak loads the 500W StealthXStream remains virtually silent and excludes flashy LEDs, ensuring the power supply is not seen or heard.

View the OCZ 500W StealthXStream PSU product page here

OCZ StealthXStream

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22-10-2007, 07:48:55

Rastalovich
I`m looking for a cheap-cheap, small(ish), sort of ATX case.

Idea being, I`m gonna be stripping 3 or 4 pcs that are currently working, so I would like to kinda take their mobo, max the mem, 1 hard drive, 1 dvdrw, crappy gfx/sound/network - stick in a small case, and shelve them for emergency purposes.

Small is the key as of course they`ll take up less storage space.

Any clues ?!!?

22-10-2007, 07:55:53

Ham
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/108273

Yes they suck. But for the price you can buy 2 in case one doesn't work. Ive used one before and they were pretty small too.

22-10-2007, 08:37:48

Rastalovich
lmao, excellent find! Use that sorta thing when I`m building for like... my mother.. sister.. whatever. Been spending £20 for em, with keyboard/mouse/speakers tho, so is ok.

Not what I am after tho - I want small small ! Even cramped! Gotta fit an atx in it tho.

hmmmm

22-10-2007, 09:21:34

nrage
http://www.lian-li.com/product/product06.php?pr_index=19&cl_index=1&sc_index=1&ss_index=4&type=b

Might not meet the first requirement tho, it's probably not cheap-cheap.

22-10-2007, 09:37:30

Rastalovich
Yeah, looks nice and small, but u know there`s gonna be some mula behind it.

Nice size tho, like to go even smaller ! hehe

http://h41306.www4.hp.com/itemDetails?SID=f95a0d36ebfd6935ab9bc5757e4e49b44d2:1222&sku=AF854AW

If I could find something like that.. very very little room inside the things.

22-10-2007, 09:52:02

nrage

22-10-2007, 09:55:50

Rastalovich
That would be ideal, not sure on price, but bound to be less than LL.

Only thing is it`s microATX >.<

Foxy isn`t tho O o

Look at this snazzy thing : http://www.pc4less.com/ProductCart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=131&idproduct=664

hehe

22-10-2007, 10:44:42

Allargando
Not enough time to look for a uk retailer (class in 15 minutes), so here's just something I picked out...might be what you're looking for

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811204007

22-10-2007, 10:48:38

Hatman
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/129891

Coolermaster Elite 340 - up to 2x 120mm fans.

22-10-2007, 11:11:46

Rastalovich

Not enough time to look for a uk retailer (class in 15 minutes), so here's just something I picked out...might be what you're looking for

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811204007



I can`t fudging believe the price on that !

Pretty much £25, I know it looks media-y, but for £25 I don`t think I`d care. Looks decent.. gonna try and pick faults with it later. Man I could order these and post them to myself 1 at a time and it`d still cost less than £50 a go.

pfft.
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