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Enermax Announces MaxRevo 1350W Modular Power Supply

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 26, 2011.

  1. btarunr

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    Enermax enters the heavyweight class with its new MaxRevo, high-performance PSU specially designed for multi-GPU systems, industrial PC, workstations and servers. It complies with the strictest standards for server PSU, and is equipped with six powerful 12V rails for a safe and stable supply of power to today’s high-end systems with full modular design for easy customized use for various peripheral GPU settings.

    MaxRevo incorporates the Copper-Bridge Array transmission technology to replace traditional wires, which offers four times wider and shorter transmission path, and results in up to 3% improved regulation that ensures system stability and clean DC output quality.

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    Enermax further advanced the topology of its successful Modu87+ and Pro87+ series to reduce energy losses, along with its patented high magnetic power density transformer to provide maximum switching efficiency and outstanding KW output stability, that enables PSU to attain up to 94 % peak efficiency (80 PLUS Gold standard). The MaxRevo signfies Enermax’s commitment to lead the industry with innovative and high-quality power supplies, and will be available in powerful 1350W.

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    its over 1000!!!
    PhysXerror says thanks.
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    This can power my 1200W 12V stove.
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    Wish my 1250W Evo was full modular like that. Custom cables are so much easier that way.
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    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    A shame it isn't 80+ Platinum certified. :(
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    1350 watts? :eek:
    it could power 2 or 3 pc at the same time :D
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    Well 80% gold over 6 12v rails with 1,350 watts of throughput is pretty damn good, that's a lot of power delivered with low droop and power loss for that much power!
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    Enermax is one of firms that people of Israel find koshe....... erm, love it as well as Corsair's, CoolerMaster's & rest; PSUs are fav. I might think jumping from my HX1000W to this beastily 1350Watt mofo but only if it'll handle AMD's FX-8130P, 2xGTX 600-series & ASUS' C5F. Bet it will, plus this mofo fully modular so hail to that. :toast:
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    now my pc use 400 watt and it heats the room pretty fast, what would a 1350 watt do?- it will cook u in your room before cooking mother earth, there must be a warning (don't sleep with such pc in SMALL closed room without powerfull AC on):roll:
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    maybe its a cheap PSU.

    maybe your hardware is putting too much stress on it

    maybe your case has bad ventillation.

    maybe your room's ambient temperature was hot to start with. you cant expect temps to come out below room temperature.

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    the less a PSU has the work, the less heat it creates, and the less heat it creates the better the PSU can keep the voltages stable and regulated. otherwise kaboom
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    i have cooler master gx 750 and my case power usage from 5850+5770 is 440watt loaded

    the case is open with table fan blowing into it

    my room is damn hot what to expect from living in iraq its a hell hole:banghead:

    the cpu is idle by the way!!!
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    get air conditioning then. or pray for snow and freezing temperatures because your temps are nothing out of the blue, because its already hot in your room

    If your ambient temps are already high. dont be expecting your hardware temps to be much lower then that.
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    i have 7 ACs in the house but there is no electricity it get here 1 every 4 hours we pay for street generator and live on water air cooler since its efficent by the way the cost of 1 ampere a month is 22$ i need 7 amperes for my ac 17*22=374(for all the house) a month its we cant afford that :cry:

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