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Phanteks Unveils Enthoo ES700 Smart PSU

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. btarunr

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    2013 sure is turning out to be the year of smart PSUs, with debutante in the PSU market, Phanteks, unveiling its Enthoo ES700. The company recently entered the premium case market with a bang. The ES700 is a 700W 80 Plus Platinum-certified PSU, with digital VRM, semi-modular cabling, and a unique front-panel accessory that fits into 5.25-inch drive bays, giving you a live readout of load and efficiency. The same LED-based display is also located on the unit itself, next to the AC receptacle. The unit uses a single +12V rail design, offers most common protections, and uses a 135 mm fan to keep cool. The unit is still being designed, and the final version could feature sleeved cables.

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    very cute size and high efficiency.
    but, not modulized plug???
     
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    I love gimmicks like this. I'm a sucker for LED indicators.
    Unfortunately, Phanteks hasn't introduced to our market yet. :\
     
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    Same here :D

    It was actually the blue LED and fan knobs that sold me on my current PSU.... :p

    Wish higher-end PSU makers would use some kind of LED-usage indicators in the way
    RAM manufacturers do (ejmmmm.... tracer ballistix) :cool:
     
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    Gimmicks rule...and are quite popular for those who lack engineering talent.
     

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