OCZ Technology Announces the Ultra-Quiet StealthXStream 600W PSU

"OCZ Technology Announces the Ultra-Quiet StealthXStream 600W, a Best-in-Class, Gamer’s Power Supply."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 24/04/07
Author: PV5150
Source: OCZ Technology

Official Press Release

Official Press Release

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and power supplies, today announced the new StealthXStream Power Supply. This new 600W PSU features a conservative look with a sleek, black case and fan. Designed for the value-minded consumer seeking simple, quiet performance, the StealthXStream includes OCZ’s acclaimed reliability and feature-sets with a lower price point.

Ideal for system builders and enthusiasts who prefer a low-key PSU, the StealthXStream focuses on performance, quality, and quiet operation. Even at peak loads, the 600W StealthXStream remains virtually silent and excludes flashy LEDs ensuring the power supply is not seen or heard.

The StealthXStream is kept supremely cool with a large 120mm fan features a standard ATX power supply form factor resulting in a compact footprint to accommodate virtually all computer towers. With a sustained output of 600W and four +12V rails to provide uniform distribution of power, the StealthXStream is well-suited for and driving today's higher end systems. The rock solid StealthXStream is built to provide sufficient output to power dual GPU and CPU platforms, complete with two PCI-Express cables and a 4/8 CPU auxiliary connector which are wrapped in a flexible mesh promoting a tidy environment inside the case.

“Fueled by the requests from gamers for a high performance yet aggressively priced PSU, our engineers developed the new StealthXStream PSU,” said Alex Mei, Executive VP, OCZ Technology Group. “The new StealthXStream is designed with all of the features that gamers asked for including an ultra quiet fan, a high quality core that is very efficient and able to power serious components, Active PFC, and plenty of connectors to support future upgrades. When it comes to the perfect balance of performance, features, and value the SXS is a true Best-in-Class solution.”

The OCZ StealthXStream provides Universal Input and Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) to effectively regulate input voltage across worldwide power grids and maintain an economical, yet stable supply of power.

All OCZ StealthXStream power supplies come backed with an industry-leading three year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty for the ultimate peace of mind.

For more information on the OCZ StealthXStream Power Supply series, please visit our product page here.

OCZ StealthXStream

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23-04-2007, 10:40:30

Kempez
Hello guys

Ordered a Hyundai TFT, got it RMA'd and taken away but haven't had the money back

What's the dealy yo?!

MSN/PM or mail me lads

23-04-2007, 11:19:23

Kempez
Sorted by me good mate Ayd as usual

Legend :D

24-04-2007, 05:40:39

shiftlocked

Hello guys

Ordered a Hyundai TFT, got it RMA'd and taken away but haven't had the money back

What's the dealy yo?!

MSN/PM or mail me lads



That's because you sent it back without going through the proper procedures. We get this a lot just recently when people send things back (i think in this situation we actually arranged collection when we weren't obligated to as well :D)

The amount of phone calls we take each week with people thinking they can just send things back with no paper work and such , believing that we are telepaths has been amazing recently lol

Like I said in the other post, if there is an issue of where is my order or an RMA issue then the internal specialtech.co.uk ticket system really must be used first.

Last thing we want is for these forums to descend into a sounding off type place

24-04-2007, 07:04:27

Kempez
I was informed you would get Hyundai to take it back. I have called you already and spoke to Mark about it at which point you should have raised an RMA if that's your procedure.

Also I wasn't "sounding off", just politly asking what was up - which it was dealt with in an appropriate manner

24-04-2007, 07:58:31

shiftlocked
Wasnt having a go. More of informing post of the recent spate of wheres my orders , how do i return type posts (and people who have been ringing in after viewing the forums)

Hyundai offer an on site 3 year warranty (one of the reasons we took these in) and if the monitor was faulty (not sure of the issue with it) then an immediate swap out happens.

If its a simple case of not wanting it under 7 day distance selling then the norm procedure is, as per terms and conds on website, to raise a support ticket to request to send the item back.

I'll get a sticky done to help out peeps on the forums for future ref, and resolve to stop doing (things in brackets) :D

24-04-2007, 08:21:12

specialtech
Ayd here


errrr.....this could all be my fault (i.e. it is my fault).

my bad with the RMA procedure, didn't know at the time the RMA's were direct with Hyundai so I told Kemp to send it back here.

So my fault won't happen again boss I promise.
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