OCZ Adds ZX Series to its Power Supply Lineup

It’s good to see that they’re still working on other products in their catalog despite stepping out of the memory market, but on the flip side we’re bound to see better products they’ll be coming up with (ahem, SSDs?). Looks like they’re starting out with PSUs, and with the new ZX series announced (more or so intended for enthusiasts), it looks like it’ll likely be packed into high-end builds.

Reason is that this lineup starts off with a fairly high 850W, but there’s also 1,000W and 1,250W models if you’re looking for more power. They all also achieved 80+ Gold Certification and managed to offer 92% efficiency on typical workloads (89% on a full one), despite the high wattage – which is outstanding. Other specs feature a 140mm ball-bearing fan, single +12V rail, and a completely modular design (a first for OCZ). Still no word on pricing or availability though.

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