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Thursday, 21 August 2008 12:12

OCZ Fatality PSU pictured

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Games Convention 08: The first of many

We had a chance to take picture of one of the first samples of OCZ's new Fatality branded power supply. Unfortunately, the specs are still unknown, but it should be similar to the recently launched ModXStream Pro power supply series.

According to our info, these Fatality branded PSU's will have the similar specs and wattage that we could see on the recently announced ModXStream Pro power supplies. Of course, as a part of the Fatality series these PSU's will have red sleeved cables and a red glowing fan, just as it is normal for a Fatality branded product.

According to our sources, Fatality PSU series should be available sometime in September, but the precise date hasn't been announced yet. This also goes for the price, but if the specifications are not far off the ModXStream Pro series, the price shouldn't be any different.

This is how it looks.

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