OCZ ModXStream 780Watt Power Supply Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
Building on the acclaim of their popular ModStream series, OCZ has recently announced the ModXStream lineup. Sporting quad +12V rails, a modular cable setup, and fully sleeved connectors, it is sure to be a hit with consumers. DragonSteelMods has just received the OCZ ModXStream 780 watt power supply.
Lets see what they had to say:
As I mentioned in the intro I like modular power supplies, I like the ability to use only the cables I need and not have to try and hide the unused ones somewhere in my case. The OCZ ModXStream is a very competent power supply, that is stable, silent and looks great. The only drawback I can see is the lack of Molex connections, and honestly I think it's a pretty big deal, I ended up having to use a 'Y' splitter to get everything connected, if you don't have one lying around, well you'll need to get one if you have lots of stuff in your case.
Im still impressed by the fact that this power supply has four +12v rails, with a rated maximum combined output of 755W. Anyway, aside from the lack of a 8-Pin PCI-Express power connector, required for the Radeon HD 2900XT, this seems like another decent unit from OCZ.
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