|Brand Name||PC Power & Cooling|
|Item model number||OCZ-ZT650W|
|Item Weight||6.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.2 x 3.9 x 7.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.2 x 3.94 x 7.68 inches|
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PC Power & Cooling ZT Series OCZ-ZT650W 650 Watt (650W) 80 Plus Bronze Fully-Modular Active PFC ATX PC Power Supply Performance Grade
|Price:||$116.84 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 80Plus Bronze
- Single 12V Rail
- 80Plus Bronze
- Single 12V Rail
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From the Manufacturer
The ZT series of power supplies from OCZ is the superb choice for performance and power users who need a 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 under pressure.
100% Modular Cable Design
The ZT series features fully detachable cables, including the main ATX 24-pin. Attach only the cables you require to reduce system clutter and improve internal airflow in your case.
80 Plus Bronze Certified
With over 85% efficiency at typical load for cool and quiet operation, the ZT series provides a stable and efficient source of power. ZT power supplies are NVIDIA SLI and ATI CrossXFire-ready for the most demanding GPUs and gaming setups.
5-Year OCZ PowerSwap Warranty
No more endless return-for-repair loops. Simply send in a defective PSU and receive a new unit in its place.
Connectors and Cables
*Available in OCZ-ZT750W
|Connector Type||Modular Cables||Length||Connectors per Cable|
|ATX Power Cable||1||1||1||21"||1|
|EPS-12V (4+4 pin) CPU Cable||2||1||1||23"||1|
|PCI-E Cable (6+2 pin)||4||2||2||22"||1|
What the Critics are Saying About the OCZ ZT Series
"It's hard to knock a PSU that's fully modular. Furthermore, this unit has a very good variety of connectors for its wattage and still comes in at only 175mm deep. This PSU does exactly what it's advertised to do, is full modular and comes in at a great price."
"The OCZ ZT Series 650W proved to be a flawless power supply, with high efficiency between 82.1% and 86.8%, voltages closer to their nominal values all the time (3% regulation), very low noise and ripple levels, and a fully modular cabling system."
"The ZT is built well, sharing some similar external design aspects such as the solid chassis and even the cables are reminiscent of the higher spec unit. In terms of performance this model in the ZT family does well."
"The fully modular design is a significant usability advantage over its competitors and along with the good price/performance ratio it is a good deal for someone who wants a reliable, fully modular PSU with long warranty."
Which OCZ Power Supply is Right for You?
|ZS Series||ModXStream Pro Series||Silencer MK3 Series||ZT Series||ZX Series|
|Designed For||Home / Gaming PC||Home / Gaming PC||Home / Workstation||Enthusiast PC||Enthusiast PC|
|Available Wattage||550W | 650W | 750W||500W | 600W | 700W||400W | 500W | 600W||550W | 650W | 750W||850W | 1000W | 1250W|
|Continuous Power Output||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Energy Efficiency||Up to 85%||80%||Up to 87%||Up to 85%||Up to 90%|
|Support Dual GPU||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Dimensions||150 x 160 x 86mm||150 x 160 x 86mm||150 x 160 x 86mm||150 x 170 x 86mm||150 x 175 x 86mm|
Top Customer Reviews
$180 from Amazon for this PSU is a steal. Not to mention, a mail-in rebate to boot. Compare it at $239 at Newegg. 1250-watt, 80+ GOLD certified. WOW. It is a special order item from Amazon, so it took ruight at two weeks to receive it. Absolutely sero problems installing it. Cables could be a little longer -- I bought an extension for the 4+4 Pin CPU connector so that I could run it behind the motherboard in my Antec DF-35 mid-size case.
I had always been an Antec-only PSU guy, but getting an 80+ gold certified 1250-watt PSU from a respectable company like OCZ for $180 +mail-in rebate sold me.
5 stars! This PSU has been working flawlessly for about a month and I couldn't be happier!
-Price. I bought this item for $179, I'm not sure if it was on sale or if the price was a mistake, but I bought two and wish I had bought four!
-Big beefy cables, well labeled.
-Runs cool and quiet even under constant heavy load (3x Radeon 6950 running a distributed computing project under full load 24/7)
-I should have bought more of them when I had the chance :P
If you ca get a good price on one of these, buy it. It will run whatever you want.
I highly recommend this PSU and now I'm an OCZ fan forever.
I can recommend the PSU, just be aware of the massive requirements of this unit and how to mitigate the whining issue if it arises.
Edit: Fan whine has increased significantly. I've isolated the problem specifically to the PSU (originally I thought it may have been the fan coolers on the GPU itself) or the CPU fan. The whine is so loud and annoying that it's literally impossible to ignore. I'm looking into my RMA options but it may be too late.
Final recommendation: Go with Corsair. I went with this power supply due to its high power output and price but skimped and will end up paying much more. If RMA doesn't work out, I'm going Corsair.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
could not get it to power up, not sure if it was DoA or something was not plugged in right, it's a work in progress.Published 9 days ago by Erin K Smith
Thank you OCZ for picking up where PC power cooling left off. I have only had two of these for about 4 months now, but they have done eveything and more that my old PC power... Read morePublished 5 months ago by asb2106
Purchased this PSU back in December of 2012. Just outside of 3 years from my purchase my CPU 12v rail completely failed. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Corey D.
I've had this PSU running tri 285 gtx SLI and then dual 770 gtx SLI for years without any issues.Published 7 months ago by Wirth Lawson