OCZ Technology Group Inc., a worldwide leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs), memory modules and power supplies for computing devices and systems announces the availability of OCZ Fatal1ty Professional Series that offers gamers stable and efficient power for their mainstream or high-end rigs. Available in 550W and 1000W models, the OCZ Fatal1ty Series power supplies come backed with a 5-year warranty and is available with the authorized distributors of OCZ Technology in India. OCZ has also released the CorexStream 500W model in India with an MRP of
Hell of a looker
OCZ and their Fatal1ty Professional series options are the first step to creating a system for the power and cabling requirements of today’s gamer. These high-performance power supplies are approved by Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, 12-time World champion, to meet the specific needs of fellow gamers. OCZ Fatal1ty Professional Series PSUs pack in enough grunt to power the latest graphics and platforms. The OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W PSU sports a gaming-ready look with a sleek design, clean connectors, and a red LED fan. With a high build quality using 100 per cent Japanese capacitors and a powerful single +12V rail, this PSU is capable of delivering 1000W of continuous power at 50 degrees Celsius, ideal for a demanding multi-GPU gaming rig. With 80-PLUS Gold certification and powered by a large 140mm thermally-controlled fan to reduce heat in your case, it provides good stability and silence during the most intense gaming sessions by eliminating distracting noises from your PC.
All the cables are individually-sleeved and are completely modular. The Fatal1ty Series eliminates unnecessary wire clutter for a cleaner overall presentation and better airflow in high end systems that are packed with components. The connectors in the high-end PSU include a total of six 6+2-pin PCIE power connectors, eight Molex connectors, twelve SATA connectors, along with the 24-pin and 8-pin power connectors.
Published Date: Apr 30, 2012 10:57 am | Updated Date: Apr 30, 2012 10:57 am