OCZ is still making the most of its relationship with renowned gamer Johnathan Wendel, otherwise known as Fatal1ty, the name you'll find on the side of OCZ's two newest power supplies. Available in 550W and 750W models, these Fatal1ty PSUs feature a brand new core and are quieter, more energy efficient, and easier to manage thanks to a completely modular cable design.
Once again, OCZ claims Fatal1ty is co-developing these PSUs, though we wonder how much input he truly has. Regardless, the new models feature up to 85 percent energy efficiency at typical loads and 80 Plus Bronze certification. Both make use of a single +12V rail and have a 135mm temperature and load-controlled fan with glowing red LEDs.
OCZ says the new models also use premium components and heavy-duty protection circuitries that utlize specialized DC-to-DC converters for compatibility with Haswell machines.
No word yet on price, though OCZ says the 550W model is backed by a 3-year warranty and the 750W by a 5-year warranty. They're supposed to be available right now, however OCZ's website is still listing the previous generation Fatal1ty PSUs. We suspect it will be updated sometime today.