OCZ is known for its high quality memory. It has lately started branching out into the power supply market. Its Powerstream line of PSUs is intended for gamers, enthusiasts, power PC users, and overclockers. Does it deliver the performance we crave? Mike Mackenzie checks it out.
OCZ is one of the most reliable names in the enthusiast memory market. They have been creating the highest quality system memory for years now. Their memory modules have always been made of the best quality components and have been able to overclock higher than most of their competitors. OCZ’s attention to detail in the quality of their components and dedication to their products are unmatched.
A little over a year ago OCZ started producing their own power supply for gamers, PC enthusiasts, and power users. This power supply was developed with the intention of delivering the cleanest, strongest power signal to the now power-hungry components, which is exactly what users need, while trying to get the most of their performance from their computer systems.
The Powerstream comes shipped in an attractive orange box listing all the features of the power unit within
The Powerstream was designed as the ultimate overclocker’s powersupply. With many unique and sophisticated features, the Powerstream has the latest technology to get the most reliable, cleanest power signal available. The most noticeable feature is the adjustable rails, allowing the user to finely tune his voltages to his system to ensure its stability, which is very important to overclockers. But exactly how well does the Powerstream perform? We're about to find out.
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