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OCZ ZS Series 750W Power Supply Review

Author: Lee Garbutt
Manufacturer: OCZ Technology

Specifications and Packaging

The OCZ ZS-750 power supply is rated for a combined, continuous output power of 750 watts at up to 40°C ambient air temperature (internal case air temperature). The ZS-750 PSU incorporates all hard wired cables, is 80 Plus Bronze certified and supports both NVIDIA SLI and ATI CrossFire configurations, and uses a 135mm fan for cooling.

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Specifications for the ZS Series 750W PSU (courtesy OCZ)

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Packaging and Parts

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The OCZ ZS Series 750W PSU arrived securely packed in a standard retail box that highlights the unit's main features and specifications. The ZS-750 comes bundled with a power cord, mounting screws, and a multi-language user's manual.

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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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