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OCZ Extends EvoStream PSU Family With 720W

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Dec 19, 2006 1:10 am

OCZ have just released a new top-end 720W model into their "EvoStream" power supply lineup, complete with modular cabling and four 12V rails to ensure excellent stability.

 

For the full scoop on it, have a read of the press material over at OCZ's website folks.

 



Sunnyvale, CA-December 14, 2006-OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the availability of a 720W configuration in the EvoStream power supply family. This 100% modular PSU is equipped with EZMod technology to allow complete customization of your power system by utilizing only the cables you require. Ideal for the high-power user, the 720W EvoStream combines leading-edge technology for high power users with a classic, sleek look that enthusiasts and system builders enjoy including in their PCs.

 

As gamers and system builders continue to enhance their PCs with high-end components, power supplies are expected to remain stable for extensive amounts of time at elevated performance levels. The EvoStream line incorporates superior PSU technologies. By using a high-end core and advanced circuit design, Evostream PSUs ensure all your vital PC components are supplied a stable and vigorous source of power in even the most intense computing environments. OCZ pushes the envelope to controlling ripple noise, producing the cleanest power for high-end systems.

 

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