The OCZ Fatal1ty Gaming Gear 750W PSU did not over-perform but it managed to handle all the loads we tested with ease and stability. The new revision 750w Fatal1ty unit gives us decent readings across the board with efficiency exceeding the Bronze rating and ripple being well within the required specifications too.
Its fully modular setup will help keep the cables to a minimum inside your case, and the lengths are fine for mid-tower cases, although they could be longer.
The red LED fan looks good inside a PC case although it looks good the majority of builds will have it facing down.
Additionally OCZ could use a hybrid fan design on the unit to ensure minimal noise under normal conditions. Under heavy loads, the PSU will make some noise, which could also get worse as time goes by.
It seems that besides the obvious marketing reasons behind the 'Fatal1ty' branding of this PSU, it will be able to cover your needs as it offers a strong value priced at $90 and backed by a 5-year warranty.
- Delivers full power at relatively low temperatures
- 80 Plus Bronze
- Good ripple suppression
- Highly efficient
- Flat Cables
- Power Protection
- Modular cables
- 5 year warranty
- Good price
- Fan Can Be Noisy At Full Load
- Cable Length