Reviews and Problems with OCZ Fatal1ty 750W / OCZ750FTY
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OCZ Fatal1ty 750W
OC nubi, Amazon
7 January 2014
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.
Summary: The power supply is nice, and I have been using OCZ power supplies religiously for several years. I purchased this power supply because it claims to support SLI, which seems to be supported by the fact that it comes with four PCI-E power cables. Unfortunately in practice, the 12v rails do not provide enough power even for two nVIDIA GTX 570 video cards, which basically means this 'SLI' power supply doesn't provide enough power for multiple video cards.
it just works nothing special, my brother is happy with it.
Otto Rivera Sanchez, Amazon
24 March 2013
Summary: bought it on request of my brother for his computer, honestly compared to my HP 6 year old server power supply there isnt much difference, the price its ok and the power too, so it just works, cannot say is awesome since my experience with this high end PSUs so far has shown me they are just overpriced products with no real features other than being modular.
Summary: I'm replacing a modular PSU that died on me. Since all my cables are already routed around my motherboard (and rerouting new cables would require me to remove my motherboard), I wanted a modular PSU to replace mine. I saw this one on Amazon, read the description indicating this was a modular PSU, then glanced at the first photo which shows the PSU by itself with no cables. However, when I received the unit, it is NOT a modular PSU.
Summary: Installed the OCZ 750w PSU with minimal issues. I have a bottom mount and the cables were VERY short, but thankfully I managed to do a okay job at cable management. The LED's are not very bright, but this was a good thing because my LED fans in my case are blue, not red. After 24 hours I have noticed this strange DC power buzzing noise coming from the PSU. I cannot understand why it is doing this or what the exact problem is.
Summary: Feels like a solidly built PSU, would have got 5 eggs if not DOA, will change review once I get a new one!
Pros: Cheap semi Modular PSU, was a no brainer upgrade from my 650w, had to make some changes for a new GPU.
Cons: DOA, there is a MIR that I am ready to mail in but since I had to send it back before I was able to do anything else I sure hope that OCZ will still honor this Mail in Rebate program (I have everything printed out just need the UPC)
Summary: Noisey fan.... sounds like crickets. got a replacement and the replacement is starting to sound the same way. cables are too big, and no red glowing logo like on the 700w version. the 700w version had nicer red cables too. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone unless it was under 100 beans. go for a real PSU instead.
Conclusion: Купил на смену 2-го CHIEFTEC вышедшего из строя, не хотелось рисковать снова с этой фирмой, так что решил взять OCZ. В общем, качество хуже, в основном кабелей, с кабель-менеджментом особо не разгуляешься. Главное чтоб долго работал.