Jonathan Wendell, better known by his gaming handle “Fatal1ty,” came to fame in the gaming world after winning many well-known video game tournaments. With his success came sponsorships and eventually his own brand of computer parts and gaming supplies. OCZ produces Fatal1ty-brand RAM and has now produced a Fatal1ty-brand, non-modular, 700W power supply unit. ThinkComputers checks it out in this review.
Features & Specifications
– NVIDIA SLI-Ready Certified
– OCZ PowerWhisper Technology
– 80PLUS Certified
– Internal 120mm fan w/ red LEDs
– 5 year warranty backed by OCZ’s exclusive PowerSwap Warranty replacement program. No more endless return-for-repair loops!
– 5.9in x 3.4in x 6.3in (W x H x D)
– ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V
– Overvoltage/Overcurrent/Short-Circuit protection
– Active PFC
– MTBF:100,000 hours
– 1 X 20/24-pin ATX
– 1 X 8-pin (4+4-pin) CPU
– 1 X 6-pin PCI-E
– 1 X 6+2-pin (8-pin) PCI-E
– 8 X Peripheral
– 1 X Floppy
– 8 X SATA
The Fatal1ty-brand PSU arrives in a predominately red and gray box. The front of the box highlights the 80PLUS 80% efficiency certification, the high quality cooling fan, and, of course, the internal lights. The rear also highlights the unit’s SLI readiness, five year warranty, and cross-ship warranty replacement program. The side bears the output chart and some exciting product text.
Inside the box is the unit, a power cable, and an instruction manual.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.