OCZ's decision to exit the DRAM market means it can spend more time and resources on the rest of its product portfolio, and if the new ZX power supply series is any indication, OCZ made the right move. On paper, the ZX series is the most ambitious PSU line OCZ has yet released, and that's saying something for a company that owns PC Power & Cooling.
Geared towards enthusiasts, the lowest wattage ZX unit is a beefy 850W. If that's not enough, there's also a 1,000W model and a 1,250W unit to choose from. Despite all that power, all three remarkably received the coveted 80+ Gold Certification and offer 92 percent efficiency on a typical load and 89 percent at full bore.
Other features include a 140mm ball-bearing fan, a single +12V rail, and a fully-modular design which is a first for OCZ. No world on price or availability.