Thursday, June 8th 2017

Enermax Shows MaxTytan Series of 80+ TitaniumPSUs With Integrated Power Meter

The MaxTytan series of PSUs, which Enermax showcased at Computex 2017, will stand in as the company's flagship power supplies when they launch later into the summer. All of them feature 80+ Titanium ratings (though they're absent of the more recent and more grueling Cybenetics testing.) The Enermax MaxTytan line will include four models at 750 W, 800 W, 1050 W and 1250 W outputs. All MaxTytan PSUs support the company's DFR (dust free rotation) technology as well as fanless operation at below 55% - 60% load. The 1050 W and 1250 W models also feature Enermax' Coolergenie device for system fan control, and have an integrated power meter (this one might come in handy for those of you looking to ride the crypto wave, uh?)

The MaxTytan series feature a modular design across all models, and have 2x 4+4 CPU power connectors. The 750 W model will retail for ~$200, the 800 W will go for $210, $299 will net you 1050 W capacity and a power meter, and the 1250 W MaxTytan PSU will go for $359.
Source: AnandTech
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18 Comments on Enermax Shows MaxTytan Series of 80+ TitaniumPSUs With Integrated Power Meter

#1
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
@Knoxx29
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#2
Gasaraki
Enermax is making graphic cards now? That's cool...
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#3
Knoxx29
Xeon Owners Club
P4-630 said:
@Knoxx29
Guess i am getting one:kookoo:

The only thing i don't like is the name Tytan:mad:
Would be better Titan:laugh:

Gasaraki said:
Enermax is making graphic cards now? That's cool...
What are you talking about it:confused:
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#4
Ferrum Master
Knoxx29 said:


What are you talking about it:confused:
Read the first sentence.
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#5
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
i like power meter, guess it could be at the side, so you can watch it on side window cases,
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#6
oxidized
peche said:
i like power meter, guess it could be at the side, so you can watch it on side window cases,
This

It's a good idea everyone else should copy, it's pretty useful to know how much power is your pc drawing.
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#7
Chaitanya
peche said:
i like power meter, guess it could be at the side, so you can watch it on side window cases,
Not all cases have window panels so having the display on backside of PSU is a reasonable compromise. Even I would like to see this idea being implemented across various brands but first I would like to know how accurate it is compared to Kill-a-Watt or other power meters used across the industry.
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peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Chaitanya said:
but first I would like to know how accurate it is compared to Kill-a-Watt or other power meters used across the industry.
well said,

Chaitanya said:
Not all cases have window panels so having the display on backside of PSU is a reasonable compromise.
having it behind the rig could be a decent place, but how often you look behind or back your case ?
most cases are windowed or side panel, so sided power meter could be a great detail :rolleyes:


Braze yourself, now psu with RGB power gauges or meters, also modular power meter accessories and moar are coming :laugh:


Regards,
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#9
Grings
1250w is fanless until 60-70% load, so many of these are never going to spin their fan up...
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#10
bogami
Titanium classified by adding wat meter is nice progress . My Enermaks Platimax 1500 has been used for years and the fan it sounds in operation more loudly as it could be.
In the year was heavily loaded with quad GPU lineup, and power is not a problem. The main problem, and this is also in most other PSU Are the cables connected . Here comes to poor contact and by strong load a power outage. That cables and connectors are miserable and there is no progress! Other than some models ENERMAX 500W sleeved with a complete cable kit. In my long use that olso are burnd connectors with pins and by cleaning I had to tear them out of the bay .So repair cables and mute fan operation where, bearing causes a strong noise. I hope that this is sorted in these models .
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#11
SARVAMANGALAM
Integrated Power Meter ... we have so many worthless features like rgb light on mobo s and gf. cards .. but for that important innovation we had to wait decades... SAD!
It should be standard already 10 years ago..
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Chaitanya
SARVAMANGALAM said:
Integrated Power Meter ... we have so many worthless features like rgb light on mobo s and gf. cards .. but for that important innovation we had to wait decades... SAD!
It should be standard already 10 years ago..
Integrated power meter is nothing new, Coolermaster and couple of other manufacturers used to have it in past. But problem with those solutions was it used a 3.5" bay which now a days on cases is non-existent.
peche said:

well said,



having it behind the rig could be a decent place, but how often you look behind or back your case ?
most cases are windowed or side panel, so sided power meter could be a great detail :rolleyes:


Braze yourself, now psu with RGB power gauges or meters, also modular power meter accessories and moar are coming :laugh:


Regards,
I dont look often behind the case other than to turn off the psu switch. But like I said its a reasonable compromise for the cases which dont have window panel especially since many silence oriented cases dont come with window panel.
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#13
W1zzard
Gasaraki said:
Enermax is making graphic cards now? That's cool...
Fixed :)
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#15
Relayer
Hopefully the build quality will be as good as it was on the full modular gold and platinum supplies they used to build in their own factory. They are certainly putting a premium price on them.
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#16
JunkBear
They make Good psus. Im still having two Enermax NoiseTaker 2 with 465watts.
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#18
Th3pwn3r
Useless feature. It's not like you're going to do anything with the data. Besides, Corsair PSU have Corsair Link already where you can look at draws if you wanted to. I don't even use it.
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