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OCZ launches 750W Fatal1ty PSU

Despite spending over five years as the face of corporate hardware sponsorship, it looks as though gaming champ Johnathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel’s mug still has the power to win over PC gamers. The latest bit of kit to feature the celebrity button basher's branding is OCZ’s new Fatal1ty PSU, which is rated at 750W.

What’s more, OCZ claims that the power supply can still maintain the full 750W at temperatures up to 45°C. It also looks as though it’s an efficient beast when it comes to converting current, with OCZ claiming that a typical load results in 85 percent efficiency. This is enough for the PSU to earn the Bronze 80plus (opens in new tab) award.

"I worked with OCZ on this new modular power supply to give the strength and power to my PC; I need to win!!," said Fatal1ty, adding the additional exclamation mark himself.

So what do you get from Fatal1ty’s design input? Of course, the power supply comes with the trademark red LEDs that usually accompany his products. In this case, they partner the large 135mm double ball bearing fan that sits in the bottom of the unit.

Perhaps more interestingly, though, the PSU also features a modular cable system that uses low-profile, flat cables to minimise clutter inside your case. The only plugs fixed to the unit are the standard ATX and CPU power connectors; everything else is up to you.

The optional cables in the box include six SATA connections, two floppy plugs, six Molex connectors and four PCI-E plugs, all of which feature the standard six-pin block with an additional two-pin extension.

According to OCZ, the PSU is capable of sustaining two GPUs in SLI configuration without any trouble, and the unit will also come with a five-year warranty.

There’s no information on pricing or availability yet, but OCZ’s 550W Fatal1ty PSU currently goes for £53.80 (opens in new tab), so we’d imagine that you’re looking at an extra £25 on top of that for this unit. monitors all leading technology stories and rounds them up to help you save time hunting them down.