OCZ Unveils New Modular ZT PSU Lineup

OCZ Unveils New Modular ZT PSU Lineup

Today, OCZ released a trio of modular PSUs in the ZT family. Designed to be efficient and cool (referring to temperature, not a state of being), the PSUs are modular, which cuts down on cable clutter and allows users to customize which connections they need.

Features include a temperature controlled 140mm fan, 85% efficiency under typical loads, and low power consumption (1 watt) at standby and when off.

The ZT PSUs are available now and come in 550W ($99.99 MSRP), 650W ($109.99), and 750W ($119.99) models.


ZT 750

OCZ Technology Unveils the Modular ZT Power Supply Series
New PSU Lineup Provides Users with an Efficient, High Quality, and Powerful Solution

SAN JOSE, CA – October 19, 2011 - OCZ Technology Group, Inc., (Nasdaq:OCZ) a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) and power management solutions for computing devices and systems, today unveiled the ZT Power Supply Series which offers consumers performance and stability for gaming systems and desktops. Providing high efficiency, cool operation, and a fully modular cable design, the ZT Series comes in a range of wattage options for users looking for a quality upgrade.

“The new ZT power supply is designed with quality components and rich features including a fully modular design for easy configuration and superior airflow within desktops,” said Steve Lee, Senior VP and General Manager of Power Management at OCZ Technology Group. “This ZT PSU Series delivers clean and efficient power with the flexibility of modular cabling all at a competitive price point making it an ideal choice for mainstream consumers.”

Together with the PC Power & Cooling design team, OCZ developed the all-new ZT Series to remain rock-solid and stable even under intensive multitasking and gaming environments. With a 100% modular cable management system, the ZT Series improves airflow and eliminates unnecessary wire clutter inside computer desktop chassis. Kept supremely cool with a variable load and temperature controlled 140mm fan, ZT power supplies are engineered to limit distracting noise from your PC when working or gaming. Furthermore, the 80-Plus Bronze certified ZT Series features up to 85% efficiency under typical load environments and complies with the ErP (Energy-related Products) Directive to ensure less than one watt of power is used in passive standby and off modes.

The OCZ ZT Series will be available in 550W, 650W, and 750W models, and comes backed with a leading 5-year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty for unparalleled peace of mind. The ZT PSU Series will be available worldwide with an MSRP of $99.99, $109.99, and $119.99 respectively.
Via: HH Mail | News Archive | Tags: OCZ, ZT
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Nice good prices, good efficiency and a 5 year warranty to boot.

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omegadraco: bronze is good and it would of been a good choice had this been released earlier but hey, what are you going to do...

Got myself a GS800 for $50 even though it's not modular. It does seem to be working better then the last PSU and it does contain a lot less cables... I would of liked to pay a lot more for a modular PSU but I didn't want to spend a lot more money then I wanted too...

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News:

The OCZ ZT Series will be available in 550W, 650W, and 750W models, and comes backed with a leading 5-year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty for unparalleled peace of mind. The ZT PSU Series will be available worldwide with an MSRP of $99.99, $109.99, and $119.99 respectively.

"For $20 more you get 750W as opposed to 550 for $99. I would take the 750W even if I don't require it , more future proof. Its also a great price for a 750W fully modular PSU + the Name Brand is trusted. No more excuses for a messy Case full of  cables."  

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I guess OCZ still thinks there is money in the power supply business.

Perhaps there is.

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ThunderBird:
I guess OCZ still thinks there is money in the power supply business.  Perhaps there is.

There is if they keep building and pricing them like this.

I'm a Die-Hard Seasonic PSU guy, but I'm taking notice of these. That 750W unit is damn good looking and OCZ has a good rep as far as I'm concerned. I'll buy one just to test it out.

 

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