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Enermax Extends MaxRevo and NAXN Series

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Enermax offers a wide range of power supplies for various applications and target groups, starting with the entry-level series NAXN right through to the flagship series MaxRevo and Platimax. Following the demands of partners and end users, the premium manufacturer now adds two new models to its offer:

While the MaxRevo 1200W (EMR1200EWT) is designed to meet highest performance and efficiency standards of hardware enthusiasts, the 80 PLUS Bronze certified NAXN 650W (ENM650AWT-B) will strengthen Enermax' position in the competitive segment of budget power supplies for gamers.



Both models are now available at a MSRP of 309.90 Euro incl. VAT (MaxRevo 1200W) and 89.90 Euro incl. VAT (NAXN 650W).
 
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I wish NAXN series never existed, it's a sh*t stain in their fabric of awesome products. At least those have A.PFC
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The newer NAXN PSUs are better now. Similar to how Thermaltake's new Toughpower PSUs are better than the older Toughpower's.
 
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Yeah, even their new TR2 series. Thought, i don't think its a good idea to use TR2 over and over and over again, and have no idea why they didn't just called it TR3.