Last week, reports claimed Ultra Products would unveil a power supply with a massive 2000W rating at CES. According to The Inquirer, the company did indeed deliver, but it wasn't the only one to display such a product at the show. OCZ, too, has developed a 2kW power supply.
Ultra's model is just a single, extra-large PSU, but OCZ's 2kW offering is actually two separate boxes: a gargantuan unit containing two 900W PSUs that sits outside the case, and another, smaller unit that sits inside the case and hooks up to the external unit. Judging by the picture posted by The Inq, this OCZ behemoth can power two motherboards and has more cables than any sane enthusiast could ever need.
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