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Tuesday, 03 June 2008 15:48

OCZ snatches Fatal1ty for its products

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Computex 08: Memory kits and PSUs

According to early reports from Computex, OCZ has apparently signed a deal with the one and only Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel.

According to the info over at PC Perspective as well as our sources, we can expect the Fatal1ty logo to appear on OCZ's kits and power supplies. This is a great move by OCZ since there is no one better in marketing "gaming" products than Johnathan Wendel. As you may remember, Creative's X-Fi Fatal1ty FPS and Xtremegamer sound cards were a great hit, and then there were those XFX graphics cards and Abit's motherboards.

OCZ is doing great and there is info that they are prepping a new line of gaming peripherals which might end up with the Fatal1ty logo as well, but nothing is certain yet. We will definitely check in with OCZ and who knows, we might get some interesting info.

Update We've just met with OCZ and we have confirmed that Fatal1ty branded memory will launch soon and we've confirmed PSUs based on Fatal1ty brand.

Here is how the memory looks.

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