OCZ Fatal1ty 750W Modular Gaming PSU - Closer Look

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OCZ Fatal1ty 750W Modular Gaming PSU
Closer Look
Features and Specifications
Cables and Inside the PSU
Testing the Fatal1ty 750W

Closer Look:

The OCZ Fatal1ty Gaming Gear 750W hasn’t strayed from the standard ATX sized PSU standard and should fit in almost any case that can hold a standard power supply. It is a nice length and comes in a black finish with OCZ Fatal1ty stickers on each side. As you can see by gazing and the images below, the Fatal1ty is absolutely modular. 

PSU Profile Rear Grill


On the front we notice there is nice mesh that should facilitate good airflow and thus, not overheat. You will also note that the power switch is nice and big so there will be more chance of hitting it in confined spaces instead of fumbling helplessly for a little switch. The hookup for the power cable looks like it should hold well and not have connection issues.  This can be an extra failure point one cheaper units, but with the Fatal1ty PSU, it shouldn’t be a problem.

Bottom Fan

The front displays the modular connections; some of which are red and add a nice contrast. There are three different kinds of connections:  Once is for CPU/PCI-E, another for peripherals and of course the main power connector for the motherboard. I can’t say enough about how nice it is that the Fatal1ty is modular.  It makes it so much neater in the case, and if you are anything like me you need all of the help you can get to keep the inside of your case tidy.

Modular Side Rear Grill Close


The last thing I will mention about the physical appearance is that from a top view you will see the Fatal1ty logo in the center of the fan cage. The fan is clear and this looks awesome when the PSU in in use – since there is red LEDs that light up the fan and your case.

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