OCZ preparing 750W PSU

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 24 2005 @ 01:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yesterday we heard about a 1GW PSU from Enermax and today we get a scoop on a 750W one from OCZ.

Remember the time when nearly every manufacturer went haywire with NVIDIA’s SLI launch. NVIDIA claimed users would need far superior systems (in terms of power) to successfully run graphics cards in SLI. It was the era of high-powered power supplies, and during the same time, OCZ Technology, known for its PowerStream line of enthusiast friendly PSUs, was working on a 750W version to support NVIDIA’s theoretically demanding technology. Read more at CoolTechZone.


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