Wednesday, December 16th 2009

Enermax Introduces PRO87+ and MODU87+ PSUs with Dynamic Hybrid Transformer Topology

ENERMAX is stepping up to the need of energy and money-saving products with these two desktop PSU series with models in 500, 600, 700 and 800W. PRO87+ is the native cable series, while MODU87+ is modular. Both will complement ENERMAX’ running 80+, 82+ & 85+ PSU series and incorporate the latest technologies with a major breakthrough: DHT, Dynamic Hybrid Transformer Topology, to improving the efficiency all manufacturers concentrated on the DC stage, up to now. But the technology used in the DC stage (during and after conversion of AC to DC) has come to the maximum and achieving 87+ efficiency is the very limit of this approach. To achieving 87+ or even higher efficiency with good performance needs additional innovations on the AC stage. ENERMAX has invented three innovations bundled into the new DHT-topology

The innovations center around the adoption of dynamic frequencies, voltages and conversion instead of traditional static ones. These dynamic optimization designs not only push the efficiency up to shocking 92%, but also improve stability and performance to new heights without sacrificing any safety or regulations. Moreover, the incorporation of a 13.9cm Twister bearing fan with the patented SpeedGuard fan control bring PRO87+ and MODU87+ to unprecedented silence @ 50 degrees C.

More details on the technology will be made available during the coming days and weeks.
PRO87+ & MODU87+ will be available from the end of December 2009 / beginning of January 2010 onwards (depending on markets and shipping time).
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17 Comments on Enermax Introduces PRO87+ and MODU87+ PSUs with Dynamic Hybrid Transformer Topology

#1
MRCL
I have no idea if this is very good or not really good.
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#2
buggalugs
by: MRCL
I have no idea if this is very good or not really good.
Based on Enermax's history and reputation i would say its great but no doubt Jonny Guru will do a review and let us know.
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#4
Arrakis+9
by: btarunr
These dynamic optimization designs not only push the efficiency up to shocking 92%, but also improve stability and performance to new heights without sacrificing any safety or regulations.
Yummy :D
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#5
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
DO WANT GOLD FAN! DELICIOUS!!!!!! And this is awesome, especially at 92% efficiency, how can you not think that is good. Let's go Johnny Guru.
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#6
DanishDevil
by: WarEagleAU
DO WANT GOLD FAN! DELICIOUS!!!!!! And this is awesome, especially at 92% efficiency, how can you not think that is good. Let's go Johnny Guru.
Really? Makes it look gaudy as hell to me. I liked their gold fan shield with clear fan:


Image courtesy of jkcomputersystems.com
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#7
Zubasa
I wonder how many grands does this cost :p
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#8
Fahim
I was about to buy the revolution 1050W PSU....guess i'm gonna have to wait now...:)
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#9
JoJoe
Sounds pretty nice. And, I could care less about what color the fan is. I just need to know how much. Will definitely consider a MODU87 for my next build.
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#10
zithe
What bothers me is that there isn't enough gold. Half of the blades are still transparent!
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#11
Mussels
Moderprator
Dynamic Hybrid Transformer Topology!

am i the only one who heard "autobots: roll out!" ?
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#12
RuskiSnajper
by: Fahim
I was about to buy the revolution 1050W PSU....guess i'm gonna have to wait now...:)
Isn't the revolution series the top one? Atleast in 2009 , modu and pro are the lower ones , so these are just remodeled ones aren't they , seems that revolution equivalent has yet to come.
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#13
to6ko91
by: DanishDevil
Do NOT want gold fan. Yuck.
How often do you actually see the PSU fan itself ??
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#14
DonInKansas
I never do. My PSU is upside down drawing in air from the outside. :)
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#15
NeSeNVi
I have one word to say: cool.
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#16
Hayder_Master
very nice , i just want know how much this thing cost
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#17
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Woo! Enermax's first 80 Plus Gold PSU. :D Now, where's the platinum? A shame USA electrical standards doesn't qualify for Platinum. :(

800w being the highest is a bit weak too...
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