The latest enthusiast-grade series from OCZ, these new Fatal1ty PSUs were co-developed with twelve-time world champion Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel to meet the specific needs of fellow gamers, and will be available in 550W and 750W models designed to offer performance and reliability coupled with an updated feature set. With up to 85% energy efficiency at typical loads, the Fatal1ty series features an excellent 80-Plus Bronze rating. Both models feature a powerful single +12V rail for exceptional power distribution, along with 135mm temperature and load-controlled fans with trademark glowing red LEDs for stylish and silent operation for high-end gaming rigs.
"The Fatal1ty line of PSUs have been popular among gamers looking for high quality, reliable power for the latest GPUs and power hungry system components," said
"I've been working with OCZ for many years and these latest PSUs continue the string of quality products for which the Fatal1ty brand is so well known," stated Fatal1ty.
Fatal1ty Series PSUs are built-to-last with premium components and heavy-duty protection circuitries that utilize specialized DC-to-DC converters for compatibility with Intel's
With an improved feature-set in a sleek, modular design for gamers, the latest Fatal1ty power supply models are available immediately and are backed with a 3-year (550W model) or 5-year (750W model) warranty.
With 12 World Titles in 5 different games, Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel's experience as the world's most successful video gamer gives him a unique perspective as to what gamers need and want from the products they purchase in order to gain a competitive advantage. Fatal1ty's dedicated involvement in product development allows the Fatal1ty Brand to create technically advanced features that discriminating gamers crave and can afford. In honor of his contributions to video gaming, Fatal1ty was awarded the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award by E-Sports. He was inducted into the
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