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Thursday, 04 March 2010 12:22

OCZ shows its 750W Fatality

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cebit 2010: Modular and affordable


OCZ
has displayed a new version of its Fatality PSU series, the 750W model.

The new model features a modular design with low-profile modular cables for better airflow, single +12V rail design, 85 percent efficiency with a 80+ Bronze certification, and a 100% Japanese made solid-solid state primary capacitors.

The new Fatality 750W model is cooled by a quiet double ball-bearing 135mm red LED fan which should keep the device nice and cool.

The new 750W model should be quite affordable and it should end up cheaper than the regular OCZ 750W models who are still top of the line and reserved for enthusiasts, while the Fatality can be considered as an affordable but still rock solid PSU.

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