Friday, August 20th 2010

Enermax Intros Revolution85+ 920W SLI and 1020W SLI PSUs

Enermax expanded its Revolution85+ power supply series lineup with new 920W SLI and 1020W SLI variants. These PSUs feature modular cabling, and bear the 80 Plus Silver efficiency rating along with NVIDIA SLI-Ready certification. What sets the 1020W SLI apart from the older 1050W SLI or the 1050W CrossFireX is the redesigned 12V DC circuitry. The 1020W SLI uses four 35A rails compared to five 30A rails on the 1050W SLI/CrossFireX variants, which increases efficiency, and power-delivery per rail to cope with multiple high-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX 400 series graphics cards in SLI.

Cables included besides the ATX 24-pin, and 8-pin CPU are: another 4+4-pin CPU power connector (ideal for dual-socket motherboards), two fixed 6+2-pin PCIe power along with four detachable 6+2 pin PCIe power cables, 12 SATA power, 6 Molex, and 1 FDD. Also featured are Active PFC, "SafeGuard" (an umbrella term for OCP, OVP, AC UVP, DC UVP, OPP, OTP, SCP, and SIP power conditioning features), HeatGuard (that cools down the PSU even after shutdown), guaranteed 24/7 @ 50 degrees Celsius uptime, and Silent Ready (temperature-based fan acoustic management). The PSUs are cooled by a 139 mm twister-bearing (long-life) fan. The new Revolution85+ 920W SLI is expected to be priced around the 200 EUR mark, with the 1020W SLI going for around 235 EUR.
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12 Comments on Enermax Intros Revolution85+ 920W SLI and 1020W SLI PSUs

#1
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
Think I will have to pick-up the 1020W version...
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#3
Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
a downgrade from the 1050?
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#4
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
They don't look near as long as the previous Revolution 85+ PSUs.
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#5
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
by: Fitseries3
a downgrade from the 1050?
But you get 35A on four rails:toast:
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#6
Depth
5 30A rails? For high demands? :shadedshu
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#7
[I.R.A]_FBi
by: Depth
5 30A rails? For high demands? :shadedshu
on the older models
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#8
dr emulator (madmax)
by: Fitseries3
a downgrade from the 1050?
sort of, but then again it's only you that needs that much power :laugh::D
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#10
(FIH) The Don
when do they ever get rid of that fugly sleeving,,,,,geez
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#11
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
A lil more than the lower wattages gold 87+ series. Very nice and very bad ass.
Why go with red and black if its SLI?? JK still bad ass looking. ME WANTS!!!!
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#12
jcgeny
these psu are looking good , one thing is that they can not handle a 4 x sli or even sli with a sr2 because there is not enough cables .
what i want to say is that you could , in the future , make some testing of : pairs of psu .
with one mostly dedicated for mainboard and the second dedicated for videocards . i wonder what results you should have .
then when you review a psu you add an info about it for gfx or mobo .
as a short exemple : here i think you could say this psu for gfx and the " five 30A rails on the 1050W " for mainboard and drives .
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