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OCZ GameXStream refurbs

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mrgoodkat

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Refurbs usually scare me to death, and are just not worth the headache given the prices they still command, but these are great deals.
 

krag

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Thanks, just bought a 700w for an upcoming build.
 

hung

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If anybody ends up purchasing the 850w make sure that it's the revised unit. The newer units come with a total of 4 PCI-Express connectors (and 2 of those PCI-Express connectors have 2-pin connectors to accommodate 8-pin graphics cards).

The stock at SVC is mixed and it would be best if you inquired about the above. :)
 

scott d

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If anybody ends up purchasing the 850w make sure that it's the revised unit. The newer units come with a total of 4 PCI-Express connectors (and 2 of those PCI-Express connectors have 2-pin connectors to accommodate 8-pin graphics cards).

The stock at SVC is mixed and it would be best if you inquired about the above. :)

I ordered an 850w. What's the down-side of getting the older version? Just different connectors, or are the internals of the PSU different as well?
 

jivetrky

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Oct 27, 2005
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I tried to order a 600W a couple days ago, it was available according to the page, but at the completion of the order, it said it wasn't available. :(


EDIT: just tried to order again and it still unavailable.
 

hung

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I ordered an 850w. What's the down-side of getting the older version? Just different connectors, or are the internals of the PSU different as well?

Check out OCZ's specifications for the 850w...
http://www.ocztechnology.com/produc...cz_gamexstream_power_supply-nvidia_sli_ready_

850W Connectors**
1 X 20+4-pin ATX
1 X 4+4-pin CPU
2 X 6-pin PCI-E
2 X 6+2-pin PCI-E
6 X Peripheral
2 X Floppy
6 X SATA

Technically, there's more connectors, but I'm not sure about the internals so I can't comment on that. :)