OCZ-ZT650 Fully Modular Bronze PSU

A Review On: OCZ ZT Series 650W Fully-Modular 80PLUS Bronze High Performance Power Supply compatible with Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3 i5 i7 and AMD Phenom

OCZ ZT Series 650W Fully-Modular 80PLUS Bronze High Performance Power Supply compatible with Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3 i5 i7 and AMD Phenom

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Pros: Fully Modular, 5 Year Warranty,

Cons: 2x6+2 pci-express connectors

I just received my OCZ-ZT650 power supply. Upon opening the package the psu is packaged in a rather large box. IMG_20120821_103732.jpg

Once I opened the package I saw that the psu was in its own kinda cheap bag, but really will it ever be used? Also a box holding all the cables and manual. IMG_20120821_103841.jpg


Upon removing the psu it is measured at 6 7/8" and standard height and width. IMG_20120821_103958.jpg


Accesories are:Manual, 4 screws, 4 zip ties, 1 atx solid 24 pin, 1 cpu 8 pin, 2 6+2 pci express, 2 3 molex, 3 3 sata, 1 molex to floppy, and power cable. The main power connectors are sleeved in the normal metal mesh and the periphial cables are somewhat of a standard wire.
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The ATX, and pci-express cables measure in and around 22-23" from psu. Where the 8 pin cpu measures an inch longer.
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The molex, and sata connectors measure in at 16",21.5",28", as there are 3 each per cable.
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Obviously the above measurements are straight out from psu so as to give an idea as to lengths.

Overall for the price after rebate is a great budget psu. With other brands closing the gap like PC Power and Cooling and XFX.

Haven't used it on my system yet waiting on motherboard.

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