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  • OCZ Fatal1ty Series 700W

    Phoronix: OCZ Fatal1ty Series 700W

    It has been a number of months since last looking at an OCZ power supply, but OCZ Technology recently announced a new high-performance power supply that piqued our interest. The Fatal1ty Series 700W power supply is OCZ's latest high-performance power supply that is approved by NVIDIA for SLI usage, 80 Plus Certified, is backed by a five-year warranty, and it uses a single 56 Amp +12V rail. OCZ's power supplies have impressed us before -- especially with all of the talent they acquired from PC Power Cooling -- but how does this latest creation stack up? We have run it through its paces on Ubuntu Linux and are pleased with the results.

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    Much too powerful for most machines imo! I like more 400 Watt power supplies, that are very effective and silent.


    • #3
      High end PSU are usually as silent, and more effective (see 80+ silver cert) You may not need them though. On the plus side, the good PSU vendors are making realtively cheap 400W PSUs, largely based on the design of their better models. You might want to pick that up rather than a noname PSU.

      About this particular 700W model, I think a highish end PSU should be modular.