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Old 16-01-07, 12:48 PM
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OCZ's New 1000W PSU

As the masses of power hungry enthusiasts crave more and more power, yet another manufacturer delivers an 1000W PSU. Read about OCZ's latest 1000W monster in the news article.

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Old 16-01-07, 12:57 PM
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I definately like the size of that beast, and I like the fact that they are using independent rails. Too bad it's not a single rail monster though

I do worry about heat issues though, considering all of the other 1kw PSU's on the market are twice as big. If this thing truely can push 1kw I would think it would be a bit on the warm side.

Nice showing from OCZ nevertheless, always good stuff!
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I definately like the size of that beast, and I like the fact that they are using independent rails. Too bad it's not a single rail monster though

I do worry about heat issues though, considering all of the other 1kw PSU's on the market are twice as big. If this thing truely can push 1kw I would think it would be a bit on the warm side.

Nice showing from OCZ nevertheless, always good stuff!
Yeah - I'm wondering if OCZ are using FSP internals on the ProXStream just like the GameXStream. That could well explain why it's so small, but it would still be interesting to get it under the OC3D tester
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