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5.0 out of 5 stars OCZ 750 PSU, 3 Aug 2013
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This review is from: OCZ OCZ-ZS750W-UK ZS Series 750W 80+ Bronze PSU with 135mm Fan & single +12V Rail (Accessory)
My EZCool PSU died within a year, I tried to access customer returns but they refused to even consider the idea or repairs or refund, to the point of not replying to my emails - I WOULD ADVISE NEVER TO BUY ANYTHING FROM EZCOOL. So after much consideration I landed on the OCZ 750 PSU. Before buying I checked what output I needed with ASUS PSU Calculator ([...] My PC Spec's are :- CPU AMD Phenom II x6 - 3.80Ghz | ASUS M4N98TD Evo | RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1866 | GPU: nVidia PNY XLR8 460 1GB | OS: Win7 64 bit | XSPC Water Cooling |64 GB SSD for OS | 8 x HDD for Work & Play, so I need to draw quite a bit of power to keep everything happy.

This PSU is an absolute beast, very stable 12V rail and even under full load drops less than .06V. It is quiet and the cable length is perfect for cable management. To be honest for the price I would not have expected such a strong, solid performance. If you have a mid range gaming PC and need a good punch from a PSU then this is the puppy you should be looking at. Well done OCZ, a really well designed and build PSU. Ah! Nearly forgot to say if you like to judge the worth of a PSU by weight, then this will not let you down. I dislocated a couple of vertebra and seethed a nerve man handling the bleeding thing into my case. The box it comes in protects the PSU very well and you get a brand new power cable, so now I have about ten kettle leads :*)

I would have given this product ten out of five, as it is such a worthy product.
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Initial post: 5 Jan 2014 18:03:59 GMT
Paul says:
Hi, was wondering what you think of the cable length with this? I just got a PSU and then read the reviews about it, needless to say it hasnt been anywhere near my pc. The last thing I need to know about this before Im hooked into buying it is will the cables be long enough. I'v got a Zalman case which is mid tower but deep, and requires a bit longer cable to keep it tidy.

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Horus says:
The main 20+4 pin cable is quiet short, the same with the 4+4. I have a case similar in size to yours (http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004HGE5Q8/ref=oh_details_o09_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and the PSU fits nice and snug, I have used it both ways up and the cables fit just about if you have the fan on top as opposed to how it should be fitted. I would say depending on where your 8 pin motherboard power point is depends on if you need an extension.

If you require the actual length of the cables, I could measure the most important cables 20+4 and the 4+4?

P.S. I have to say the PSU has behaved flawlessly and is on the quiet side of things, then again I have all my fans on full tilt when simracing including the GPU (5 x 120mm, 2 x 90mm and a 220mm). The motherboard I am using is the AMD Sabretooth 990fx r2 so you can see the power connector layouts for comparison.
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