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OCZ Displays Fatal1ty-Branded 1000W Modular PSU

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  1. btarunr

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    OCZ displayed a new Fatal1ty-branded 1000W modular PSU at this year's Computex. The PSU bears 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating, and is fit for gaming PCs with up to three graphics cards, or "hardcore gamers", as the placard puts it. The PSU is partially modular, i.e., essential connectors such as 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS are fixed to the unit, while everything else, is detachable. OCZ is said to be using special cables that are flatter and a lot more flexible, to reach around tight spots in the case. The unit is cooled by a 130 mm fan that is red LED-illuminated. It is backed by a 5 year PowerSwap warranty by OCZ.

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    Look like a CWT oem
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    i wish it could be higher than that so we have something new
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    Lol @ Designed for the hardcore gamer.

    Gamer watts are better than regular and the addition of a deep red LED increases performance 10-fold.
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    That's Fatal1ty for you.
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    to tell the truth the server market already have 90+ PSU, but why they don't release it for consumer market is another question, maybe it was to expensive for us?
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    The stamped grill at the top looks very much like a Toughpower. :confused:
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    Yep, the same 1000Watter like Thermaltake which is build by Channel Well Technologies
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    Yeah, the fan grille is a dead giveaway right there.

    Might be the same DSG platform as the Corsair HX1050.

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