OCZ ZX850W Pro Reviews

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"The OCZ ZX Series 850W modular power supply delivers what it promises -- relatively good efficiency and performance combined with commendably quiet operation. To my understanding, it has also done fairly well in load testing from our affiliates with professional load testing equipment. However, for about $170 after rebate at press time, we would like to see some better hardware under the hood. What you do get from OCZ that you don't get from every other brand, however, is their excellent warranty and service after purchase."
"Besides the memory and SSD, OCZ has proven their ability to deliver a quality high end PSU regardless whether it is OEM or in-house R&D product. 80 Plus gold certified could be considered as the highest energy efficiency standard in the consumer industry since it is not that logical to produce a 80 Plus Platinum certified PSU due to the high product cost. If you are non-LED/lightning junkie then OCZ ZX 850W will suit you the most with its robust quality, decent performance, fully modular cabling, support up to 4 x 6+2 PCI-E and etc. Last but not least the 5 year PowerSwap program is really interesting and convinces us to get it instead from other PSU vendors."
"There are only two major differences between the OCZ ZX Series 850 W and the Sparkle SCC-850AF: on the Sparkle model the main motherboard cable and the ATX12V/EPS12V cables are permanently attached to the power supply, and the fan and the connectors are purple. So, if you don’t mind these differences, you can save a lot of money."
"A quality PSU which excels in efficiency and low noise operation."
"The price of the OCZ ZX 850W is around $200 at most online retailers, which although less than the Z series it replaces, is still a bit high in comparison with some other power supplies in its class. Strangely enough, the ZX 1000W is only $20 more, and the 1250W just $20 above that. Additionally there are rebates offered on the 1250W that bring the price down below the 850W model. If OCZ were as aggressive with its 850W and 1000W pricing, as Sparkle is doing with their units, the ZX 850W power supply would be a sure winner."
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