Monday, September 30th 2013

REVOLUTION X't - Enermax's Brand New Power Supply Series

Enermax launches the brand new REVOLUTION X't power supply series. The series comes in four different wattage output levels for users to choose from, ranging from 430W, 530W, 630W to 730W; modular flat and flexible cables are used across this whole new series. REVOLUTION X't series is also 80 PLUS Gold certified and meets the ErP Lot 6 2013 requirements. In addition, the DC-DC ZERO DESIGN allows this series to fully supports the latest Intel Haswell CPUs.

REVOLUTION X't series is capable of producing a respectable 92% peak efficiency @ 230Vac; and 90% @ 115Vac. The latest 5Vsb design takes over 50% the efficiency of the 5Vsb rail under a load of 45mA, helping the system achieve 2013 ErP Lot 6 requirement (<0.5W at standby mode). Additionally, the ZERO LOAD, DC-DC voltage stabilization design allows the Intel Haswell CPU to work under the C6/C7 state while maintaining a stable power output.

100% Flexible Flat Cable Management
REVOLUTIOIN X't is equipped black flat cable. This not only allows the user to be able to match the interior case color, but easy cable routing/arrangement. As a result, a better inner case space to reduce clutter and promote airflow within the PC and improving overall cooling performance.

High Efficiency and Energy Saving
REVOLUTION X't uses patented Twister Bearing 13.9cm fan; the patented bearing is an advanced magnetic bearing designed for maximum product durability (MTBF 100,000 hrs) and super silent performance in conjunction with a built-in intelligent thermal sensor to auto-determine the best fan speed.
What's more, REVOLUTION X't has the HeatGuard function, allows a 30 to 60 Sec. delayed cooling fan shutdown and enables the excessive hot air to be extracted from the system and to maximize the overall system lifetime.

Enermax insists in using the best quality components. REVOLUTION X't series uses the best quality Japanese primary electrolytic capacitor ensuring the best product stabilization. The powerful 12V rail provides outstanding compatibility for power hungry high-end GPU while retaining superb power efficiency. REVOLUTION X't also designs to work under high-ambient @ 40°C/104°F while maintaining continuous and stable power output. In terms of safety measures, REVOLUTION X't comes with advanced protection circuitries to ensure utmost user experience, including: OVP (Over Voltage), OPP (Over Power), OTP (Over Temperature), SCP (Short-Circuit) and SIP (Surge and Inrush current). The additional CordGuard design also helps the user fixing the AC cord to avoid accidental shutdown of your PC.

REVOLUTION X't will be available in October 2013, MSRP: $109.99 (430W); $119.99 (530W); $129.99 (630W) and $139.99 (730W). For more information, please visit the enermax.com]Enermax website.
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8 Comments on REVOLUTION X't - Enermax's Brand New Power Supply Series

#2
Dj-ElectriC
X't ? How do you even pronounce this?
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#3
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Dj-ElectriC
X't ? How do you even pronounce this?
exed. only pronouncing the t with more of a point.
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#4
Ed_1
should of expanded line to at least 830w one for SLI, multi-card systems .
Even that is bit limited .

This sounds good feature, but got a laugh a little as reminds me of turbo timer for cars (surely PSU doesn;t get that hot :) )

"What's more, REVOLUTION X't has the HeatGuard function, allows a 30 to 60 Sec. delayed cooling fan shutdown and enables the excessive hot air to be extracted from the system and to maximize the overall system lifetime"
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#5
buildzoid
by: Ed_1
should of expanded line to at least 830w one for SLI, multi-card systems .
Even that is bit limited .

This sounds good feature, but got a laugh a little as reminds me of turbo timer for cars (surely PSU doesn;t get that hot :) )

"What's more, REVOLUTION X't has the HeatGuard function, allows a 30 to 60 Sec. delayed cooling fan shutdown and enables the excessive hot air to be extracted from the system and to maximize the overall system lifetime"
Most caps are rated at 100+C and psu in general output air that is 20C warmer than the ambient so I can see the internal temperature going up by another 5-30C depending on what load level you were at before you switched off the system.
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#6
Fourstaff
Their pricing doesn't make any sense
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#7
cheesy999
by: Ed_1
should of expanded line to at least 830w one for SLI, multi-card systems .
Even that is bit limited .

This sounds good feature, but got a laugh a little as reminds me of turbo timer for cars (surely PSU doesn;t get that hot :) )

"What's more, REVOLUTION X't has the HeatGuard function, allows a 30 to 60 Sec. delayed cooling fan shutdown and enables the excessive hot air to be extracted from the system and to maximize the overall system lifetime"
It's not really revolutionary my thermaltake does that
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#8
Ed_1
never said it was revolutionary , I merely thought it was funny a feature used on turbo engines were temps get into 1000F+ and this is in PS .

Fourstaff :

There real high priced cause of efficiency being 90-92% .
I would never bother to buy one so high, your not going to save anything compared to a 80-85% unit .
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