Not so long time ago OCZ has introduced new Fatal1ty gaming power supply series which is compatible with recent Intel Haswell, 4th generation Core processors. Today we have chance to test and present 750W version of this fully modular PSU.
Let’s check how much has to offer renewed OCZ Fatal1ty PSU line.
Here is a short note about OCZ from their website:
“With a 10-year history of developing best-in-class PC components for professionals, enthusiasts, and gamers, OCZ is committed to
innovation and we share our customers’ passion for performance. Founded in 2002, San Jose, California-based OCZ Technology Group, Inc. has built on its expertise in high-speed memory to become a global leader in the design and manufacturing of industry-leading solid state drives (SSDs), a disruptive, game-changing technology that is replacing traditional rotating magnetic hard disk drives (HDDs). OCZ became one of the first major consumer brands to offer cost-efficient SSDs that helped to pioneer mainstream adoption over slower, less reliable HDDs, resulting in today’s burgeoning market. With a rich portfolio of consumer SSD offerings for laptop, desktop, and workstation applications covering a range of popular interfaces and media formats, our SSDs deliver exceptional I/O performance, differentiated features, lower power consumption and superior reliability, all of which translate into faster file transfers, instant system boot-ups, and an enhanced computing or gaming experience.”
Let’s not make this introduction any longer and move to the specification and testing on the following pages of this review.