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OCZ ZS Series 750W Power Supply Review

Author: Lee Garbutt
Manufacturer: OCZ Technology

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The OCZ ZS Series 750W power supply features a nice looking semi-gloss black paint job with blue and white labels on the sides. The enclosure measures 6.3" long (160mm) and the PSU weighs in at 5.9 lbs (2.47 kg). The back panel contains the main power receptacle and On-Off switch mounted in an open honey-comb grill. All the ZS Series power supplies incorporate universal AC input (automatically adjusts to the AC line voltage) and Active PFC.

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The single top mounted 135mm cooling fan is made by Globe Fan (RL4Z B1352512M). This particular model features dual ball bearings and is rated for 0.28A at 12V. To help minimize noise, the fan speed is automatically controlled by the combined load.

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The ZS-750 power supply comes with a good assortment of cables and connectors. All of the cables are hard-wired into the PSU chassis, which eliminates potential problems caused by the added resistance of modular cable connectors and helps lower the overall cost a little. The wiring harnesses measure from 19” to 26” long to the first connector and are covered with black plastic mesh sleeving.

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The ZS-750 power supply comes fitted with four PCI-E connectors to support various high-end video card configurations.

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December 10, 2011 | 02:44 PM - Posted by rrr (not verified)

I question OCZ's inclusion of ZS as "mainstream performance" when ModXStream Pro is pegged as "high performance". This is better PSU than ModXStream Pro sans modularity.

June 22, 2012 | 08:18 AM - Posted by Ykai (not verified)

I got this PSU in my game system, it actually holds up Very well, got a i7 2600, 8GB ram and a HD 7850, standard mid end atx mobo, one HDD and 2 DVD players.. the psu never gets loud, never gets really warm and actually i just never have problems with it, so i have a question, is it even worth bothering for higher end psu's with just normal gaming systems?

August 12, 2014 | 06:04 PM - Posted by tag75 (not verified)

touch wood - this psu is grate I have had an I5-3570 @4.2 oc 4 sata hd , two hd 7870 oc , dvd burner , 16gb and a ssd

with the same psu I have a fx 8350 @4.2 oc , 4 sata hd , two r9 290 , 16gb ect and never let me down

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