Summary: It's 2013, I'm 4 years out on a 3 year warranty and the power supply has failed. No warning, just no longer boots up motherboard. I replaced the motherboard, then the CPU, then finally the power supply and it was the power supply. I wasn't pushing the power supply at all. Only needed a 500W supply but decided that a 700W might provide longer life. Disappointed. Product should last a little longer than 1 year beyond the warranty. Especially "quality" products.
Do not buy if using Full Tower Case with power supply located at bottom of case.
14 March 2013
Summary: I have a Thor v-2 case and the cables are too short to reach my mother board. This review has nothing to do with the actual performance of the product due to the fact that I haven't properly installed it yet. I'm heading to micro center to get an extender but I must say this was a big inconvenience. Step it up OCZ.
Summary: Good balanced power, great price for semi modular design . Died after three weeks !!! RMA process a big pain had to buy a replacement, but went corsair 80plus gold $35 more but sooooo !!! worth it! but when i finally get it back i will hopefully have a decent back up psu.
Summary: Just ordered this gem, OCZ has some brilliant power supplies but this thing really needed some more cable length. I have the Fractal Design Define R4 in Arctic White and I could not be able to cable manage the CPU power cable. I had to order another $10 8pin power extension just because of it, not too happy about that. But the quality of it seems pretty good. I read that it was decent in lasting and other people had it DoA or only lasting a month or two.
Summary: Power is very stable. During stress testing the power is flat. The sleeving on the cables help keep my cables looking neat and prevents airflow from being disrupted. The semi-modular design is effective, yet by including the required plugs reduces overall costs compared to a fully modular PSU. Check your video card requirements prior to purchase. This PSU has two 6-pin connectors for graphics cards (one 6 pin and one 6+2 pin).
Summary: I bought this OCZ ModXStream Pro because my computer was underpowered. Installation was easy, but I was unimpressed with a couple of advertised features. First, the semi-modular design theoretically helps improve cable management. This tuned out not to be the case. The CPU and ATX cables come wrapped in a huge net that is fat, stiff, and unwieldy. I attached two other cable bundles. I don't know how anyone who needs all the cables would fit them into their case.
Summary: Just had the 700W version of the OCZ ModXStream Series fail after 2 years of use. Got it back in 2010 when I built my new rig and it just failed on New Year's Eve 2012. Needless to say I am extremely disappointed as I have never had a PSU fail this quickly in any PC I've built.
Summary: After sending everything to the company that they asked for and paying the 3 dollars for faster processing and shipping it has been 3 weeks and no response of any kind. The product works decent enough but the companies customer service is lacking.
Summary: Sadly my psu was DOA, at least TigerDirect replied quickly to my email and sent me a return label Other comments? it looks nice, easy to connect and includes a bag to store all the spare cables.
Summary: Features and performance where great while it was working but it failed 2 month after warranty ended Maybe I was just unlucky nonetheless I have to buy another one, and it will not be from OCZ