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The PSU offers 1000 watts of clean power for gaming geeks

OCZ has unveiled a new high-performance power supply aimed at gamers and enthusiasts. The Fatal1ty 1000 offers modular cabling and 100% Japanese 105°C capacitors. The power supply has 1000 Watts of power continuously at 50°C ambient temperatures.
 
“We are thrilled to partner up once again with Fatal1ty to build the ultimate PSU designed specifically for hard-core gamers,” commented Steve Lee, Senior Vice President of Power Management at OCZ Technology. “The new 1000W 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.”
 
The power supply has a 140mm double ball bearing fan with red LEDs and is 80 Plus Gold certified with up to 90% efficiency at typical loads. The power supply uses a single +12 V rail and OCZ promises that the power supply offers solid and clean DC output. It features detachable CPU cables one with multiple PCIe, SATA, and peripheral cables. The PC uses industry-standard ATX form factor and will fit in almost any case out there.

Source: OCZ



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RE: Fatal1ty
By TakinYourPoints on 3/1/2012 3:47:56 AM , Rating: 2
It's because FPS have failed to gain any real traction as an esport. Right now it is all about Starcraft 2, that has huge viewer numbers, star players who are more interesting than Fatality ever was, and is actually fun to spectate.

Riot is throwing a ton of money at League Of Legends tournaments and Valve is doing the same with DOTA 2. In any case, the RTS and MOBA genres are where competitive gaming is actually thriving.


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