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Enermax Launches Triathlor ECO Power Supply Series

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  1. Sin

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    Triathlor ECO series is the brand new 80 PLUS Bronze power supply unit launched by the world renowned brand - Enermax. This series offers 4 different wattage outputs, including 350W, 450W, 550W and 650W with flat modular cable for easy cable management. The new Triathlor ECO is also equipped with Load Balancer technology to stabilize voltage output and to support C6/C7 states of Intel Haswell CPU. Yet, the new Triathlor ECO drives the energy saving standards to a higher level, by meeting the ErP Lot 6 2013 requirements, thanks to the latest 5Vsb standby eco-design.

    Triathlor ECO has the unique HeatGuard feature that is exclusively available for the top-notch PSU. The HeatGuard function allows a 30 to 60 sec. delayed cooling fan shutdown, enables the excessive warm air to be extracted from the unit and to maximize the product life. The 12cm double ball bearing cooling fan is used for silent operation and heat dissipation.

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    Advanced Cable Management - Flat & Flexible Modular Cables
    Triathlor ECO comes with Flat Modular Cables, designed for a better user experience in line management. The flat and flexible cables allow easy routing installation with minimum space required and to maximizing the airflow inside the case.

    Eco-efficiency, Quality Re-evolution
    Inside the Triathlor ECO, the best quality Japanese main electrolytic capacitor is used for efficient and stable output, with high durability. In addition, Triathlor ECO is equipped with Load Balancer technology to stabilize voltage output and to support C6/C7 states of Intel Haswell CPU. More importantly, Triathlor ECO series is 80 PLUS Bronze certified, with respectable peak 88% efficiency under 230Vac input. Triathlor ECO is an all-time eco-power saver, as it help your system meets ErP Lot 6 2013 requirement, thanks to the latest 5Vsb design (<0.5W at standby mode).

    Proactive Safety Design - Zero Tolerance
    The automatic voltage regulator allows Triathlor ECO to operate between 100-240Vac, with Active PFC. The powerful single 12V output provides exceptional compatibility for power hungry high-end GPU while retaining superb power efficiency. Triathlor ECO also designs to work under high-temperature working condition while maintaining continuous and stable power output. In terms of safety measures, Triathlor ECO comes with multiple advanced technologies to ensure utmost user experience, including: OVP (Over Voltage), DC UVP (Under Voltage), OPP (Over Power), SCP (Short-Circuit) and SIP (Surge and Inrush current).

    Triathlor ECO will be available in October 2013, MSRP: $79.99 (350W); $89.99 (450W); $99.99 (550W) and $109.99 (650W).
     
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    Seems pricey for a Bronze unit when you can get Rosewill Capstone modulars (Gold rated, Super Flower OEM) for a little to a lot less depending on the wattage. Even the ancient Seasonic X-750 is a steal when it's rarely $99.
     
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    Bronze rated PSUs are pretty much obsolete IMO when it only takes a minute difference in components or design to have a quality gold or platinum PSU. Maybe if these were designed for some OE case maker selling budget cases, but as a retail item it would not be the best value or choice for mist consumers, especially PC enthusiasts.
     
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    Can't quite agree with this. Look at Silverstone for a second. I really like their ML05 case for my next build. It only supports SFX PSUs. Now check the price of a GOLD rated SXF PSU and then a bronze rated SXF. I'd gladly take a 45 euro beQuiet bronze SFX for my HTPC any day instead of doulbe or triple the price for what? a gold rated 450W SFX psu? Because a low profile card will eat up 90W? Bronze standard has its place one way or another.
     
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    Budget and budget. My PSU cost about €30. These are quite pricey for modular bronze.
     

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