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Wednesday, 26 November 2008 12:30

OCZ officially launches Fatal1ty PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Three versions with red LEDs

OCZ has officially announced three new models in its latest Fatal1ty branded line of power supply units, non-modular 400W and 700W models, as well as a 550W modular PSU.

All three PSUs have an efficiency of over 80 percent, active PFC, support for ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V, and over voltage/power as well as the short-circuit protection. We had a chance to see the prototype back in August at Games Convention in Leipzig, but unfortunately, we didn't have a chance to light it up in order to see those cool looking red LEDs.

All three versions are cooled by a 120mm red LED fan, while the SLI certification is limited to 550W and 700W models. The 700W model has a single +12V rail design with 56 Amps while the 550W and 400W are designed with two +12V rails with a total of 50 and 36Amps, respectively.

The entire line of Fatal1ty PSUs are going to be available in December, but the price still remains a mystery.

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