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Enermax Intros NAXN Series Mainstream PSUs

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  1. btarunr

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    Enermax introduced its NAXN series of mainstream PSUs for gaming PCs. Available in a wide range of capacities including NAXN 80+ 350W, 450W, 500W, and 600W non-modular 80 Plus certified models; and NAXN 82+ 750W, 850W modular 80 Plus Bronze certified ones. Depending on the models, these PSUs come with a variety of cable configurations. Higher-wattage models make use of a dual 12V rail design. Efficiency certification aside, NAXN PSUs feature PFC (power factor correction), and a variety of over/under-voltage protection mechanisms. The HeatGuard feature keeps the 120 mm fan spinning for up to a minute even after system shutdown. The NAXN 80+ 350W, 450W, 500W, and 600W are priced at US $44, $49, $64, $74, respectively; the NAXN 82+ 750W is priced at $134, the 850W model is yet to be priced.

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    The Liberty ECO II series is high-end no?
     
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    That seems like alot at 134 for 750 modular watts at the bronze level, the hales are gold and modular and the 750 is 139.99 i think for 5 more dollars id rather save and extra 25% on my power bill :) poor value psu :(
     
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    How does a gold PSU vs a bronze PSU save you 25% in power bills? :confused:
     
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    you might save $10 over the whole life of the PSU..not the ludicris 25% you stated...
     
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    Not im my case, i figured out my previouse 750 from ocz was costing my 27$ a month to run on my bill and my hale is 23$, i never turn off my pc, maybe thats how i save much more than you all think
     
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    I am so in on these, just need to wait for them to show up at Fry's!

    My Antec saves me 5 dollars a month over my old BFG.
     
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    im not seeing close to 25% maybe 15% thats still a large difference....

    but i will say, i would buy a HALE90 PSU
     
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    youre right i exaggerated a bit, but its waay more than 10$ over 7 years or so (depends on how long it lasts :p
     
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    and how much you use it, plus enermax is MUCH better brand than OCZ
     

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