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    Default OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    The OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W model is packed with features such as individually-sleeved cables, and is geared to gamers that want some flash. But we know that sheet specs certainly don't tell the real story though, so let's take a closer look at this new unit and get it on the bench to check out its performance.

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Fantastic review, Jake. I really like this power supply and the testing results are very impressive. The styling on this PSU matches my build perfectly. I had settled on the AX1200 but may have to reevaluate. Do you think this unit is comparable in quality and performance to the AX1200.
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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    I have a couple of OCZ PSU, I have a 700watt in my wifes computer and couple of the 600watts in my HTPC, all of them are modular... I really like this one that they went and did individual sleeving... also 83amps on a single rail isn't bad at all...
    I have had the 700watt PSU for 3 years and no problems.. still running strong...

    Great review.. looks like a good PSU for the money...

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Thanks, Kenny. I can get it on newegg for 219 after a MIR. Not a bad price for what appears to be a great psu. And I won't have to replace my 1000W voltage regulator if I go this route.
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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Great 1000W from OCZ!

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Nice PSU from OCZ! (I own 2 smaller models with no issues.)

    Great review Jake as always!

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Do people really buy a product because it has the name Fata1ity on the box?

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by Major_A View Post
    Do people really buy a product because it has the name Fata1ity on the box?
    No, we buy it due to good reviews and products that come high recommended by others experience... EVERY product is going to have some bad things to it. But when you price performance per dollar is what matters most..

    But OCZ is a pretty good brand to begin with, the fata1ity name is just the extra bonus...

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    Thanks, Kenny. I can get it on newegg for 219 after a MIR. Not a bad price for what appears to be a great psu. And I won't have to replace my 1000W voltage regulator if I go this route.
    $219 AMIRis not bad at all, Considering this PSU has the sleeving job done for you, Only down fall I see that its NOT full modular in case some of the cables attached are not needed you can't remove them.. But either way it looks like a good deal and PSU. OCZ is pretty good about there warranty as well so less to have to worry about IMO.

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Johnny Wendel is making on PSU's now. Not bad but the cables need to be longer. Gret review Jake.

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    No, we buy it due to good reviews and products that come high recommended by others experience... EVERY product is going to have some bad things to it. But when you price performance per dollar is what matters most..

    But OCZ is a pretty good brand to begin with, the fata1ity name is just the extra bonus...
    My point here really is if you're going to shell out that kind of money for an OCZ power supply you're better off skipping the LED fan and getting a PC Power and Cooling model.

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    I think when it comes down the the branding its going to be personal preference.
    I personally like Corsair and Cooler Master PSU. But there are other brands out there are the equally as good if not better

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    $219 AMIRis not bad at all, Considering this PSU has the sleeving job done for you, Only down fall I see that its NOT full modular in case some of the cables attached are not needed you can't remove them.. But either way it looks like a good deal and PSU. OCZ is pretty good about there warranty as well so less to have to worry about IMO.
    As far as I can tell, the only non-modular cables are the 20+4 pin and the two 4+4 pin cables. My motherboard can use all three of those so I don't think that will be an issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Johnny Wendel is making on PSU's now. Not bad but the cables need to be longer. Gret review Jake.
    Isn't cable length an issue with pretty much every PSU when using a full tower case? My 810 Switch comes with an 8 pin extender for that very reason.

    Can anyone think of another reason not to get this PSU?
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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    As far as I can tell, the only non-modular cables are the 20+4 pin and the two 4+4 pin cables. My motherboard can use all three of those so I don't think that will be an issue.



    Isn't cable length an issue with pretty much every PSU when using a full tower case? My 810 Switch comes with an 8 pin extender for that very reason.

    Can anyone think of another reason not to get this PSU?
    Looks like a very good unit, Especially the amps on the rail.

    But just by looking at it, I don't think I could get it because of the hieght.
    Don't think would give me any room at the bottom of my board.
    But, I,m Running a Mid tower case.
    Would check that.

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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by Irocing View Post
    Looks like a very good unit, Especially the amps on the rail.

    But just by looking at it, I don't think I could get it because of the hieght.
    Don't think would give me any room at the bottom of my board.
    But, I,m Running a Mid tower case.
    Would check that.

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    According to newegg, it's only 3.4" tall. My CM M700W is 3.3" and fits no problem. Isnt' your CM PSU about the same height as mine? The OCZ is a lot longer but that isn't an issue for me either.
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    Default Re: OCZ Fatal1ty 1000W

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    According to newegg, it's only 3.4" tall. My CM M700W is 3.3" and fits no problem. Isnt' your CM PSU about the same height as mine? The OCZ is a lot longer but that isn't an issue for me either.
    To use my 16x slots have to run Stacked two top slots
    I'm running a 7 slot case and if could use the bottom slot it would sit on top of the PS,
    (And) cover up some Sata and USB ports.

    My problem is the case hieght with the board placement and (PS) hieght.
    Didn't spec that PS out as to hieght but looked taller than mine.
    Mines 3.4" tall.
    Measure twice, Buy once

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