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OCZ Fatal1ty 750W Power Supply Review

OCZ Fatal1ty 750W Power Supply Review

OCZ Fatal1ty 750W Gaming Power Supply Review


For the build quality of this PSU OCZ have done well. The casing feel solid and the black finish is well applied and free from defects. The internal components are put together well and soldering is decent. Use of the Nippon for our main capacitor is great to see however the capacitors used elsewhere are from a brand which has yet to prove itself in the same class.

The Fatal1ty branding gives OCZ reason to add a red LED fan and while it looks good the majority of builds will have it facing down… so not visible. It’s about time LED PSUs like this featured a base window which allowed the light into the main chamber regardless of the orientation. Additionally Fatal1ty should have been pushing for a hybrid fan design on a unit like this to ensure minimal noise under normal conditions.

For performance the new revision 750w Fatal1ty unit gives us decent readings across the board with efficiency exceeding the advertised rating and ripple being well within the required specifications too. The fully modular unit promotes airflow and we would have liked to see a flat 24-pin cable and a slightly lower noise fan but neither are a significant issue.

That brings us to value where the 750w retails at $109.99 which is a reasonable price for a unit of this spec with its 5-year warranty.

Recommended Award

Where to buy…
USA StoreNewegg.com – $109.99

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Stuart Davidson

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