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OCZ power up PSU line with new Fatal1ty and ZX models

OCZ has a bunch of new PSUs on offer

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jun 5, 2011 7:45 am

Computex Taipei 2011 - OCZ have released details on two new PSU lines that will be gracing us all soon. The first is the Fatal1ty series and because real men don't use power supplies with only 3 digits, the signature power supply comes in 1000 Watt only.


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Offering 80 PLUS Gold certification, modular cables, deep-red LED fan and a five year warranty, the new 1000 Watt power supply has gamers in mind. Inside an all-black case with an ASRock Fata1ty motherboard you'd have yourself a seriously mean looking system on your hand that would offer some great performance.


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Offering a bit more range, the new ZX Series offers a strong feature line up with 80 PLUS Gold certification, fully modular cable design and a large single +12V rail are some of the real highlights for enthusiasts.


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With a five year warranty, the ZX units will be available in 850 Watt, 1000 Watt and 1250 Watt helping target a larger market with a larger spectrum of models.


In the past we've seen OCZ offer some great power supplies, but there've been a bit quiet lately - the new Fata1ty and ZX models look the part, though and hopefully we'll see them perform just as well.


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