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Monday, November 04, 2013
OCZ Fatal1ty 750W PSU

1. Features,specs

Today will take a look to OCZ's latest PSU designed for gamers. The OCZ Fatal1ty 750W borrows the name of professional gamer Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel in order to underline its gaming roots and convince us that it has been designed to meet the specific needs of fellow gamers in performance, stability, and ease of integration to reduce system downtime.

The power supply unit s featuring a sleek look, glowing LEDs, and modular cable design in order to keep your case tidy and maximize airflow while showing off your rig during gaming events. It has a single +12V rail and according to OCZ, it is capable of delivering continuous power up 45°C for a demanding multi-GPU gaming rig and stable power for Intel Haswell -based gaming rigs. Its 80 Plus Bronze certification denotes that the PSU operates at a 85% efficiency under real world operating environments to lighten your energy burden.

Product Features

  • Continuous output rated at a demanding 40°C
  • 100% Fully Modular Cable Management
  • Intel 4th-gen CPU (Haswell) compatible
  • Single +12V rail for efficient power distribution in your system
  • Compliant with the latest ATX12V v2.31 and SSI PSDG standard
  • 135mm fan varies RPM by load and temperature for whisper quiet operation
  • 80 Plus Bronze certified for up to 85% efficiency under real world operating environments
  • ErP 2013 compliant for lower power usage in standby or off mode
  • Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) to effectively regulate input voltage
  • Industrial grade protection circuitry, over - voltage, over - power, and short circuit for protecting your valuable component

The Fatal1ty gaming PSU series comes backed by a 3 (550W) and a 5 (7750W) year warranty. The 750W version we will test today retails for about $90.

Specifications

Fatal1ty PSU 2013 550W 750W
Model
OCZ-FTY550W
OCZ-FTY750W
Continuous Power
550W
750W
Temp Rating
40°C
45°C
Single +12V Rail
Yes
Yes
+12V Rating
41.25A
62.5A
Efficiency
80 Plus Bronze
80 Plus Bronze
Modular
Full
Full
Dimension
86x150x180mm
86x150x180mm
Fan
135mm
135mm double ball-bearing
Support
SLI / CrossFire / Intel 4th Gen CPU
SLI / CrossFire / Intel 4th Gen CPU
8-Pin EPS Connectors
1
2
PCI-E Connectors
2
4
SATA Connectors
8
8
Peripheral Connectors
6
6
Warranty
3 Years
5 Years
Audible Noise
Quiet
Very Quiet




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