Monday, September 28th 2020

Enermax Launches CYBERBRON Entry-Level PSU Lineup: 500 W, 600 W, 700 W, 80 Plus Bronze

Enermax has announced a new entry-level PSU lineup, which they have somewhat clumsily named CYBERBRON (it's not Cybertron nor Cyberborn, but Cyberbron). These are pretty standard affairs, featuring a non-modular cable design (though the cables are flattened for easier routing), 80 plus Bronze certification, and Japanese electrolytic capacitors. A single+rail +12 V design lies under the hood as well, as does a 120 mm fan.

Operating protections are pretty standard as well: OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), SCP (Short Circuit Protection) and OTP (Over Temperature Protection). Dimensions stand at 150 (W) x 86 (H) x 140 (D) mm. The 700 W version delivers 54 A on the +12 V rail, 17 A under +5V, and 19 A under +3.3 V. Connectors stand at 1x ATX 24, 2x EPS 8, 4x PCIe 6+2, 8x SATA, 4x Molex and 1x Floppy. Pricing starts at around 56,99€, 66,99€ and 76,99€,
Sources: ENERMAX CYBERBRON 500 W, ENERMAX CYBERBRON 700 W
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15 Comments on Enermax Launches CYBERBRON Entry-Level PSU Lineup: 500 W, 600 W, 700 W, 80 Plus Bronze

#1
kapone32
Those prices are quite attractive especially now.
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sepheronx
kapone32
Those prices are quite attractive especially now.
Purchased a 550W Cooler Master 80+ gold off of Amazon and it was like $70 for normal price. It now shot up (after a month) to $90 average. What the heck?

Prices on PSU's are abysmal.
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#3
kapone32
sepheronx
Purchased a 550W Cooler Master 80+ gold off of Amazon and it was like $70 for normal price. It now shot up (after a month) to $90 average. What the heck?

Prices on PSU's are abysmal.
Exactly. There is no decent PSU above that classification in terms of pricing. What happened to the days of decent 850 Watt PSUs for $99?
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#4
dirtyferret
kapone32
What happened to the days of decent 850 Watt PSUs for $99?
Combination of higher tariffs (guess what China is not paying for it, you are!) and higher demand for more PCs (therefore higher PSU demand)

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#5
-The_Mask-
kapone32
Those prices are quite attractive especially now.
The relative low 12V rating should tell you that these aren't attractive prices. You should look a bit further then wattage and price.
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#6
Caring1
"which they have somewhat clumsily named CYBERBRON"
Actually the naming is clever as it tells you what level you have or are buying.
I'll wait for the CYBERGOLD, or CYBERPLAT.
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Upgrayedd
Caring1
"which they have somewhat clumsily named CYBERBRON"
Actually the naming is clever as it tells you what level you have or are buying.
I'll wait for the CYBERGOLD, or CYBERPLAT.
not gona say it? hmmm?

C Y B E R T I T
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#8
trom89
Cmon, kill the floppy cable already!
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#9
juular
kapone32
Those prices are quite attractive especially now.
Because this is very cheap group regulated unit, only appropriate for likewise cheap build, something sub 500$.
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kapone32
juular
Because this is very cheap group regulated unit, only appropriate for likewise cheap build, something sub 500$.
Which is what I was looking for as $500 today is more like $750
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juular
kapone32
Which is what I was looking for as $500 today is more like $750
With 750$ you should find some 20$ bucks to get a good PSU instead of this.
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kapone32
juular
With 750$ you should find some 20$ bucks to get a good PSU instead of this.
I am talking $750 Canadian but I can appreciate your sentiment.
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#13
sepheronx
kapone32
I am talking $750 Canadian but I can appreciate your sentiment.
Some people forget that Candian peso's arent worth that much. What is considered $500 PC in USA as reasonable is over $700 here and somewhat unreasonable.
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#14
juular
kapone32
I am talking $750 Canadian but I can appreciate your sentiment.
Well, with 750 Canadian rubles build this PSU should be okay indeed
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kapone32
sepheronx
Some people forget that Candian peso's arent worth that much. What is considered $500 PC in USA as reasonable is over $700 here and somewhat unreasonable.
It is my fault for not specifying Canadian $.
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