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ENERMAX Releases New PLATIMAX Series 80 Plus Platinum Compliant PSUs

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    The most powerful power supply is ready to hit the market. ENERMAX is pleased to release the new PLATIMAX power supply series, which has achieved the highest 80PLUS Platinum standard with maximum efficiency over 94%.

    PLATIMAX has a wide range of models from 600W to 1200W, which satisfies variety of heavy-duty platforms from multi-graphics-card workstation, industrial computer, or enterprise server. It is also great for the business application or home entertainment PC, bringing ultimate energy efficiency, stability, and silent power quality.

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    PLATIMAX 1200W class inherits the ENERMAX innovative designs, such as patented high-power-density transformer and the copper bridge array transmission technology. Furthermore, the strengthened heat sink and the clean layout enhances the cooling performance and reduces unnecessary heat, all contribute to break the 80PLUS Platinum efficiency barrier. For 850W, 750W, and 600W models, ENERMAX employs the enhanced Dynamic Hybrid Transformer Topology and pushed the efficiency up to 94%!

    The whole series use 105oC Japanese electrolytic capacitors. With SafeGuard’s multiple safety control, multiple 12V rails, and patented ultra-quiet 13.9cm Twister-bearing fan to give maximum durability, stability, safety, and silent performance. In addition, the clean efficient layout housed in a decent coating chassis with black deco frame, the PLATIMAX combines technology and aesthetics inside and out, which truly represents a Masterpiece of Power.

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    For more information, visit this page.
     
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    Yay for 850w platinum. Just wish it was fully modular.
     
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    Enermax Rules in PSU realm.
    They also take the crown for highest prices in class.
    LOL!
     
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    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    ooohh that 750w makes me tingle! think I've found my next PSU, been waiting on an exceptionally high efficiency model :D and enermax float my boat.
     
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    My Enermax Galaxy EGA1000EWL-DXX02 still works for me as a champ... it is 4th year already, gosh time surely passes by fast...

    Changed only the 130mm cooler this year as it started to whine.

    Enermax is very good indeed. One of the rare ones that actually makes PSUs by themselves.
     
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    Ummm, from what I can tell the only cables you can't disconnect are the ones you definitely need. I see no reason to be able to pull them from the PSU. I guess if you have a theme going on in your case it would make re-wiring and pinning a lot simpler.
     
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    DO WANT!

    But I gotta agree it should be fully modular.
     
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    Did they really have to plaster Platimax on the side? I swear it sounds almost like a feminine hygiene product.
     
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    Sadly it kind of does.
     
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    MxPhenom 216 Corsair Fanboy

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    wow and i just bought a Corsair HX850. However i doubt any of those have as good of Voltage regulation and ripple suppression as the HX850. And the price on all of them is probably through the roof
     

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