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OCZ launches Fatal1ty gamer PSU

The Fatal1ty PSU from OCZ has been developed in partnership with one of the world's top gamers.

Technology group OCZ has announced the lunch of its new Fatal1ty 1,000-Watt power supply.

It is a high-performance power supply unit (PSU) aimed at gamers and enthusiasts that demand maximum wattage with high levels of efficiency.

The new addition complements OCZ's existing range of solid-state drives and PSUs, and was developed in collaboration with twelve-time world champion gamer Johnathan Wendel, who goes by the pseudonym Fatal1ty.

This means it has been specifically designed to meet the needs of gamers in terms of performance, stability and ease of integration.

The Fatal1ty system features individually-sleeved modular cables to eliminate unnecessary wire clutter for a more tidy system and improved airflow.

Steve Lee, senior vice-president of Power Management at OCZ Technology, says the firm was "thrilled" to get Wendel's input on the device.

"The new 1,000W Fatal1ty PSU delivers exceptional performance for dual GPU platforms, enhanced reliability with premium components, excellent efficiency and robust features, including a large yet ultra quiet fan and high-end individually sleeved cables," he said.

"All of these add up to a premium PSU that gamers can be confident in to power through the most intense gaming and enthusiast environments."

Wendel himself says that he needs plenty of power to support his GPU configurations, while quiet and efficient cooling allows him to keep his focus on the game.

"I want gamers to play to their full potential, and with this PSU your gaming rig will have every bit of power it needs to fulfill your hardcore gaming sessions," he said.

Combining a powerful single +12V rail and premium components, the Fatal1ty 1000W balances the needs for both gamer and enthusiast standards with 100 per cent Japanese 105°C capacitors, continuous output at a 50 degrees C ambient temperature and heavy-duty protection circuitries.ADNFCR-1220-ID-801306081-ADNFCR