For those who have been playing with computers for a while, you will likely remember OCZ as the company who had the foresight and courage to begin selling modified processors with bridges professionally connected and CPU cooling that was notably at or near the top of the food chain in terms of performance.
Fast forward more than half a decade and you will see that the business plan of OCZ hasn't changed much. While the pre-overclocked components aren't their bread and butter anymore, they still create a product line that is specifically aimed toward the enthusiast crowd. They have expanded their lineup to include such items as high-performance memory, flash media, video boards and power supplies, just to name a few of the new items.
This brings us to today's article, the ProXStream 1000 power supply. As the name implies, it is rated at a whopping 1000 watts of power and reportedly has some features that OCZ feels will set it apart from the other guys. So relax a bit as we delve deeper into the latest high-end PSU from OCZ. While past accomplishments are nice, it won't mean anything for this piece. We'll run this thing through the gauntlet and see how it performs.
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