Product on Review: OCZ ZT Series
Manufacturer & Sponsor: OCZ Technology
Street Price: £69.99 inc. VAT (GBP)
So far this year OCZ have been on top form, they have furnished the market with a number of innovative products. Whilst these products have mainly been concerned with the storage sector OCZ have also been revamping their various PSU series. The series we are to take a look at today may not be classified as innovative but it certainly hopes to carry on a good thing.
The ZT Series is found within OCZ’s High Performance category and is significant due to its fully modular cabling system. Most PSUs that name themselves modular refer to a certain group of cables that are removable but the ZT boasts a completely modular configuration – even the motherboard ATX cable is detachable. The ZT series adopts 80 Plus Bronze certification and is available in following variants 550W, 650W, and 750W. Today we will be taking a look at the first model and lowest rated wattage – 550W. Ideal for those who are looking to build a gaming system with a powerful graphics card and typical assortment of drives and devices.
The ZT series is the superb choice for performance and power users who need solid, reliable PSU. With a completely modular design, ZT Series keeps your internal case environment organized by eliminating wire clutter and improves airflow by using only the cables you require. Kept supremely cool with a load-controlled 140mm fan, the OCZ ZT Series PSU was engineered to be ultra-quiet by eliminating distracting noises from your PC when working or gaming. With an 80-Plus Bronze Certification featuring up to 85% efficiency under typical load environments, this power supply remains rock solid and stable.