OCZ unveils new ZX series fully modular PSUs

OCZ offers its first full modular PSUs.

| Feb 2, 2011 at 2:06 pm CST
OCZ has removed itself from all but its most core markets. That strangely has seen the company leave the RAM business that made it famous to start with and focus on the SSD market almost exclusively. OCZ has been making power supplies for a long time too and has stayed in that business as well.

OCZ unveils new ZX series fully modular PSUs | TweakTown.com


The company has added a new PSU series to its range that are aimed at the user needing maximum performance. The new ZX series from OCZ have the same features with the only difference being the total power output. The line includes a 1250W unit, a 1000W unit, and an 850W unit.

All of the PSUs are fully modular with all power cables being removable. The series has a single +12V rail and the high-end 1250W unit can support three video cards while the two other units support dual video cards. The series is 92% efficient and use a traditional ATX design that will fit most cases. Pricing and availability for the new PSUs is unknown.

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