When you think of OCZ, odds are good you immediately think of products that cater specifically to the enthusiast crowd. In this thought you would be right. Since its inception, the folks at OCZ have had their eye on those who strive to get the last bit of power from their systems. From the early days of the company and their hand-picked processors with the bridges already soldered closed to their most recent custom made product line, OCZ means a product for the power user.
This brings us to today's piece where we will take a look at the GameXStream 600-watt power supply. This unit is reportedly made with the gamer in mind. While a solid reputation is certainly a good thing, this won't be a consideration when looking at a new product.
So relax a bit and kick up your heels as we delve a little deeper into the OCZ GameXStream 600.
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