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AngelGraves13
08-23-09, 01:55 PM
1000 Watts of Continuous Rock-Solid Power (1100W Peak)
Ultra-Quiet 135mm Double Ball-Bearing, Thermally-Controlled Fan
Ultra-High Efficiency (over 90%)
80 Plus® Gold Certified
NVIDIA® SLI™ Certified
5 year warranty backed by OCZ's exclusive PowerSwap™ Warranty replacement program. No more endless return-for-repair loops!

Technical specifications
+12VDC @ 83A Single Rail Design

1000W Connectors
1 x 24-pin Main connector
1 x 8-pin EPS12V
1 x 4/8-pin CPU
3 x SATA
2 x 6/8-pin PCI-Express Modular
4 x 6/8-pin PCI-Express
9 x SATA
3 x Peripheral
1 x Floppy

http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/power_management/ocz_z_series_1000w_modular

Anyone know if it's any good? Looks better than my Antec 80 Plus Bronze one. I might build my next system on this PSU.

TheBigOne
08-23-09, 02:38 PM
1000 Watts of Continuous Rock-Solid Power (1100W Peak)
Ultra-Quiet 135mm Double Ball-Bearing, Thermally-Controlled Fan
Ultra-High Efficiency (over 90%)
80 Plus® Gold Certified
NVIDIA® SLI™ Certified
5 year warranty backed by OCZ's exclusive PowerSwap™ Warranty replacement program. No more endless return-for-repair loops!

Technical specifications
+12VDC @ 83A Single Rail Design

1000W Connectors
1 x 24-pin Main connector
1 x 8-pin EPS12V
1 x 4/8-pin CPU
3 x SATA
2 x 6/8-pin PCI-Express Modular
4 x 6/8-pin PCI-Express
9 x SATA
3 x Peripheral
1 x Floppy

http://www.ocztechnology.com/products/power_management/ocz_z_series_1000w_modular

Anyone know if it's any good? Looks better than my Antec 80 Plus Bronze one. I might build my next system on this PSU.

One of the best PSU I used, have it in my main rig only drain 275w most of the time and 510w on load, and caps are Japanese, from Rubycon.

betterdan
08-23-09, 05:44 PM
I have the OCZ EliteXStream 1000w and have had no problems at all with it. It's a little overkill for my system but I hope to keep this one through many computer upgrades in the future.

bob saget
08-25-09, 09:57 PM
A "little" overkill? 80-100% more than needed IMO...that isn't overkill, it's re-killed. :)

For his system? I'd say nothing less than 700 to be safe.

betterdan
08-25-09, 10:06 PM
A "little" overkill? 80-100% more than needed IMO...that isn't overkill, it's re-killed. :)

It was free though ;)
My boss at work knew I was building a system and he said he had a power supply at home that he bought and never used and he said I could have it. It turned out to be this 1000W monster. I gladly accepted. :)