OCZ’s New 750W Fatality PSU Makes an Appearance

"Not to be left behind at CeBIT 2010, OCZ is showing off its new product line-ups, the first of which is a new model of its Fatality PSU series. "

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CeBIT is underway and manufacturers are unveiling their latest products left and right. Not to be left behind, OCZ too is showing off its new product line-ups, the first of which is a new model of its Fatality PSU series.

The new model is a 750W one and features an all new modular design that provides better airflow and higher energy efficiency. The 750W Fatality is fitted with low-profile modular cables and a single +12V rail design that ensure the PSU functions smoothly all along. It boasts of Japanese made solid-state primary capacitors, which have allowed it to bag an 80+ Bronze certification with 85 percent efficiency.

For cooling, OCZ has equipped the PSU with a double ball-bearing 135mm red LED fan, which not only makes for ultra-quiet operations but also keeps the device superbly cooled. The entire ensemble has been crafted for the affordable market range and OCZ is expected to price it lower than its regular 750W models that are aimed specifically at the enthusiasts’ lot. The exact pricing though is yet to be revealed.

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14-02-2010, 07:13:33

I have just changed my cup cooling. When i went to put the cup back in I noticed that 3 pins in the socket on the mob ASUS P5E3 Premium/WiFi-AP @n where bent. I put the computer back toghter and it booted up into windows.
Will I have any problem with the cpu????
Will I have to change the mob - CPU Q6600

Any Help.
Thank You

14-02-2010, 18:13:24

I accidentely bent a couple of my pins on my P5K-e. Managed to get them back kinda but sometimes the PC would freeze on setting up usb or something. you cant rma either cuz it's physical damage. (if its still in warrenty)

14-02-2010, 22:30:27

I dunno personally I think that as long as you can get them standing straight again it should be fine. The motherboard is more robust then you think.

03-03-2010, 08:27:20

some pins can be missing on the socket and still run fine, cant remember where i read it.
but im sure you can google it up.

03-03-2010, 09:55:06

Generally if you have bent pins and it works be thankfull, normally that means you need to replace the mobo. Id leave the cpu in there now if I was you ;)

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