The OCZ StealthXStream 2 600W PSU arrives in a subtle blue and black accented box which is both attractive and nicely understated.
The supply is packaged in a chunky section of bubblewrap which offers moderate shipping protection. Ours shipped with a European Power adapter and a user manual. There was also a little pouch of mounting screws. All the bare basics as we would expect at this price point.
The PSU is rather ‘sporty’ looking and we like the looks, its a simple plain design which works well – you really can’t go wrong with a black paint job and a large black 120mm fan. The Unit is 5.5 inches deep (140mm).
The power supply is not a modular unit so everything is wrapped up in a felt cable tie when you open the box.
|OCZ StealthXStream 600W (Cables)|
|1x Main motherboard 1x 20/24 pin x 1 (46 cm)|
|1x PCI E 1x six/Eight pin connector and 1x 6 pin (44cm)|
|4 x Sata Power Connectors (46cm)|
|2x ATX 12V Connectors (44cm)|
|3x Molex power connectors (46cm)|
|3x Molex power connector and 1x floppy (46cm)|
Obviously when compared to a higher end product this cable selection seems somewhat limited, but these are built to specific price points. When we look at the older StealthXStream unit this is an identical wiring configuration except the new unit has a single 6 pin and a 6/8 pin PCIe option – the older one was supplied with 2 x 6 pin connectors.
The 120mm fan is branded with an OCZ sticker and there is a specifications sticker on the chassis also.