OCZ OCZ-ZS550W-UK 550W ZS Series 550W 80+ Bronze PSU with 135mm Fan & single +12V Rail
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The OCZ ZS Series PSU provides Active PFC (Power Fac-tor Correction) to effectively regulate input voltage across worldwide power grids and maintain an economical, stable supply of power. Available in configurations ranging from 550W to 750W and backed with OCZ's 3-year 'power swap' warranty, the OCZ ZS Series PSU gives you the ultimate power and peace of mind to ensure the stability, low noise, optimized air flow, and efficiency of your gaming system.
The OCZ ZS Series PSU is an affordable solution for driving today's value-oriented gaming systems, and can power both NVIDIA SLI and ATI CrossFireX modes with an array of connectors. With the ideal combination of stability and sleek design, ZS is designed with gamers and modders in mind, sporting a compact form factor for compatibility with a range of case designs.Available in 550W to 750W configuration and backed with OCZ's 3-year Power Swap warranty, the ZS Series PSU gives you peace of mind to ensure stability, low noise, and efficiency of your home gaming system.See all Product Description
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The leads are..
20+4 pin atx
4+4 pin power
2x6 pin pci-e
2x6+2 pin pci-e
All long enough for my mid-sized tower.
Not sure if thats the proper names for them but its what I call em.
Delivered within a day,boxed,sealed and genuine!!
Update, after 15 months of gaming and being dragged about its ticking over nicely,no noise increase and all connectors are still good
This PSU is an absolute beast, very stable 12V rail and even under full load drops less than .06V. It is quiet and the cable length is perfect for cable management. To be honest for the price I would not have expected such a strong, solid performance. If you have a mid range gaming PC and need a good punch from a PSU then this is the puppy you should be looking at. Well done OCZ, a really well designed and build PSU. Ah! Nearly forgot to say if you like to judge the worth of a PSU by weight, then this will not let you down. I dislocated a couple of vertebra and seethed a nerve man handling the bleeding thing into my case. The box it comes in protects the PSU very well and you get a brand new power cable, so now I have about ten kettle leads :*)
I would have given this product ten out of five, as it is such a worthy product.
The unit itself is superb. A nice black coat of paint suits my case very nicely. Being of such a large wattage, the power supply has lots and lots of connectors. I have little use for most of them, but they are nice to have for any future upgrades.
It would have been nice is the unit was modular, but you can't have everything.
Performance is excellent. The unit is super efficient and the cooling fan is very quiet. It has no trouble powering my GTX 770 at full throttle.
Overall, I am very pleased with the unit and would recommend it to anyone.
Has been powering my rig since Dec. GTX 780 + i7 4770K with no issues
Only complaint is the power cables are quite thick and not too long. But I knew that when I opted for a non modular one so no stars reduced from the product.
the cables are braided except the sata and molex cables that follow the first connector, which is kind of helpful as braiding it reduces the flexibilty as i noticed with my cx430.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Failed to deliver 750W after 18 months. I have had lots of trouble with my PC freezing when playing games with a GTX970 card. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Venton
Excellent product! Powers everything in my PC without adding any noise at all too. It's ready for SLI graphics cards, but I have yet to try this out myself. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Starman
After about a year and a half of regular use the power supply now regularly surges. if it were not for my surge protector on my motherboard this could have done serious damage to... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Daniel Stinton
Had to cut the wire casing as it wouldn't stretch further enough to connect to my motherboard. Other than that, it looks good and the fan is adequately quiet.Published 24 months ago by s.dylan
The first one of these I had blew up, have no idea why but I just put it down to being a one off. anyway I sent it back to OCZ via their EMA returns thing and within a couple of... Read morePublished on 22 Jun. 2014 by Ben W