Reviews and Problems with OCZ Fatal1ty 750W / OCZ750FTY
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Nice modular PSU, looks and performance both!
Chaz Tracey, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Works nice in my build, top-mounted in a tower case with window on the side, you can see the red LED glow shining down toward the CPU area. Have 4 drives, plus a R9 270 graphics card and a quad-core AMD CPU with several case fans, toasted a 500w so I figured this 750w had the extra headroom needed. Is is whisper quiet, less DB than any of my case fans!
Summary: This power supply has been both excellent and terrible for the life of my PC. On one hand, it currently provides consistent clean power to my desktop and has had practically no problems. On the other hand, during my initial installation, despite rechecking all the cords in my desktop PC thoroughly before starting, a fire was ignited within my desktop that unfortunately practically ruined one of my storage discs.
Summary: I bought this PSU in 09 for my very first build. I didnt require too much power and the LEDs made it look pretty cool. Its a modular PSU meaning that you can connect only the cables you need instead of everything being connected like those cheaper power supplies. I would definitely recommend as a entry level power supply (wattage wise).
Summary: 5 stars due to getting what I wanted in the advertised way. Reccomend for anyone running 1 highend graphics processing unit (GPU) card because it's a little more wattage than required which puts less pull on the power supply and helps it last longer instead of using bare minimum power supplys of 600 watts most single GPU cards require. Seller did great.
Summary: I purchased this through Amazon. It had a faulty motherboard plug. I contacted OCZ about the problem. I finally returned it to them. They sent me an upgraded new power supply in exchange. I made out like a bandit on this one. OCZ has treated me very well, and has my undivided loyalty now.