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OCZ 750W Fatal1ty Series Modular Power Supply

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Fatal1ty Series high-performance PSUs are co-developed to the high standards of Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, 12-time World champion to meet the specific needs of fellow gamers.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 42232  
Stock code: POW-OCZ-OCZ750FTY-UN
Manuf. code: OCZ750FTY-UN
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Fatal1ty Series high-performance PSUs are co-developed to the high standards of Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, 12-time World champion to meet the specific needs of fellow gamers. Featuring new “low-profile” flat modular cabling, the Fatal1ty 750W PSU not only provides stable, efficient power, but also unique connectors that allow greater flexibility when organizing an internal case environment. Featuring glowing red LED lights to further personalize and add style to your system, Fatal1ty power supply products are ideal upgrades for users who need a computer setup able to take on hours of non-stop gaming.

The new Fatal1ty 750W features maximum and efficient power distribution, a thermally controlled 135mm double-ball bearing fan for airflow at near-silent audible noise levels, extremely tight and well regulated electrical noise and ripple, and an ideal array of connector types for multiple power-hungry drives and video cards. Offering excellent energy and cost savings, the Fatal1ty 750W garners a high efficiency rating with an 80-Plus® Bronze certification, converting up to a full 85% of AC to DC power at typical loads.

The Fatal1ty 750W Series is fully compliant with the latest ATX12V and EPS12V specifications to accommodate a wide range of cases, and comes backed by a 5-year warranty and tech support for additional peace of mind.

750W Continuous @45C
Maximum power distribution
Low-profile flat EZMod modular cabling
150 x 160 x 86mm (W x L x H)
ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V
Typical load 85% Efficiency
80+ Bronze Certified
Overvoltage/OverPower/Short-Circuit protection
Premium Sag &Surge Protection (.98 PFC)
MTBF: 100,000 hours
135mm double ball-bearing fan with red LED lighting
SLI™ Ready (Dual GPU) .

* 1 x 20/24-pin ATX
* 1 x 8-pin CPU
* 1 x 4+4-pin CPU

* 4 x 6+2-pin PCI-E
* 6 x Peripheral
* 2 x Floppy
* 6 x SATA

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer ocz storage solutions
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website
Manufacturer Phone 0208 892 5454
Warranty Period (yrs)3

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Question  sufficient power? by JAMES

would this be ok to run a intel i7 950 and a gtx 560 along with 6gb ddr3 ram, and be able to reach the mobo from the bottom of the nzxt phantom white... ( mobo is an asus sabertooth x58 )

if not oculd you please let me know of one that would but i have a top budget of around £90 and needs to be modular.

thanks :)

Answer by philm on Sunday, January 30, 2011
Yes it will power the rig that you hace specified. And it will fit in the Phantom case no problem at all.

Question  help with choosing the right psu. by 260gtx sli?


would this power supply have enough juice to run 2 260gtx's in sli?


Answer by philm on Saturday, January 29, 2011
Should be more than adequate to run a pair of 260's.

 IT\\'S ALIVE... IT\\'S ALIVE ! by Rich

This is an ammendment to my earlier comments on this PSU somewhere else on the site.
I sang it's praises to an extent but having finished my build I feel I gotta change it a bit.
Don't get me wrong though. This is actually a great looking, quality piece of kit BUT.... wait for it! It has some major flaws depending on your choice of case. As I've said before it was obviously designed with the older top mount cases in mind. This is fine as a replacement if you still have one of those towers.
If, however you have the newer style case where the PSU mounts in the bottom then you could have some headaches.
Modular, flat cables sounds like a brilliant idea right?
Wrong! They're a real pain in the arse. Firstly, they're flat (and tuff and wide) this makes them hard to get into tight areas, they obscure airflow in places and if the supply is bottom mounted then it's a nightmare for space between the PSU and HDD bay area as they are not as flexible as the round cables as used on the FIXED power wires on the same PSU.
Second, the plugs are all wrong. You either get 2 strips of Molex connectors or 2 strips of sata plugs. These connectors are also orientated for top mount PSU's. It's hard to explain but you have to bend the wires from the plugs through 180 degrees so they point downwards as the plug would be upside down opposed to the DVD rom socket say. The six pin VGA card plugs are slightly better though not pretty. OK if you only have one VGA card with two power plugs or two cards with one socket each as it uses BOTH supplied cables.
Anymore cards and you'll need adapters for the Molex's. Which would be a good idea actually as these are tough in tight places such as behind the HDD's.
To summarise: An update to round cables and a flipped PSU case for bottom mount towers would be welcome. The wires themselves are long enough even for a fairly large MIDI tower like mine (Coolermaster Storm Scout). If you have a fairly large older case this would probably be fine though not a pretty sight inside. However, it works great, runs very cool (with fan downwards) and with a bit more fiddling and routing the flat cables it could probably be tidied up slightly for a neater looking setup. Not so important if it aint got a window in the side panel. There you have it, two eggs knocked of just for the wiring and not being able to see the red LED fan as it's pointing down towards the case filter. Quality-wise though, can't fault it.

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Question  WILL IT REACH? by RICH

Hi! Having just bought the Asus Crosshair IV Formula motherboard from yourselves and contemplating buying the Coolermaster Storm Scout case in which to fit it all.
Would the modular cables and fixed power cables reach all the relevent M/B connectors as the case requires a bottom mounted PSU? As I once bought an 850W PSU who's cables would have reached if only the PSU had been top mounted in the case but way too short to reach from the bottom end of the case.


NOTE: An important point which should be noted by buyers who are considering purchasing a new case (including smaller MIDI towers) with a bottom mounted PSU as opposed to the old top mounting PSU cases as this seems to be the new trend in modern case technology.

If anyone has done a similar build any advice would be much appreciated.
Cheers! Rich

Answer by philm on Sunday, January 23, 2011
Yes the cables will cover teh full range in the Storm Scout. You will have no problems at all.

hi power usage. by chuck norris votes ati

i will be buying this psu mainly down to the 4 6+2 pcie connectors, ill be using it for sli, would this be able to handle 2 ati 4890 gtx cards, overclocked and with an amd phenom 2 overclocked to 3.8mghz. if yes are there any other cheaper psu's that will also handle this. thanks.

Response by andrewn
According to ATI this should be sufficient for 2 4890s. I wouldn't recommend anything lower spec / cheaper for your setup, especially since you are overclocking.
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