ModXStream power supplies join OCZ's PSU lineup

— 10:02 AM on April 13, 2007

At the CeBIT trade show in March, OCZ showed off a new line of modular power supplies it called ModXStream. Roughly a month has passed since then, and the firm has now given the ModXStream line an official introduction. The power supplies are launching in 780W and 900W flavors, both combining the design of OCZ's GameXStream power supplies with a modular cable management system.

Each ModXStream PSU has connectors on the back of the unit for Molex, Serial ATA, and +12V CPU/PCI Express cables, allowing users to limit the amount of wiring that must be tucked away inside their cases. And just like GameXStream units, the new ModXStreams are cooled by single 120mm fans, which should ensure at least reasonably low noise levels. On the nitty-gritty side of things, both new PSUs have four +12V rails rated for 20A of current output, an 80% efficiency rating, and active power factor correction. OCZ says the two models are covered by a three-year warranty, as well.

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