OCZ Fatal1ty Series 700W

Written by Michael Larabel in Power Supplies on 12 February 2009. Page 2 of 3. 2 Comments


The housing for the OCZ Fatal1ty 700W power supply looks like most of the other high-end enthusiast-oriented power supplies on the market. The housing is completely black down to the fan grille, but the 120mm fan does have red LEDs. Below the sticker on the power supply unit is also a "Fatal1ty" cut-out, which will illuminate red as well.

The cables for the Fatal1ty power supply are also sleeved in a reddish orange wrap. These cables should be long enough even for large cases. The heads include one 20/24-pin ATX, one 8-pin CPU, two 8-pin PCI Express, eight 4-pin molex, one floppy, and eight Serial ATA power connectors. The PCI Express power connectors are of the 6+2-pin design for greater compatibility. There are only two PCI Express power connectors, which can be a problem if you are hoping to use a four graphics card setup or two high-end graphics cards (like the Radeon HD 4870 X2) that each require two PCI Express connections.

The OCZ700FTY power supply has a single +12V rail that is capable of having a 56 Amp maximum load and an output of 672 Watts. The +5V rail is capable of 30 Amps and the +3.3V rail is capable of 28 Amps. This is another OCZ power supply that is both 80+ certified and is part of NVIDIA's SLI Ready program.

The dimensions for the power supply are 5.9" x 3.4" x 6.3". For those interested in more technical details about this product, OCZ does offer publicly (via its web-site) a mechanical drawing of this power supply complete with all of the dimensions of the unit and lengths for all of the wires.

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