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Enermax Revises Modu82+, Pro82+ and LibertyECO PSU Series

btarunr

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Enermax launches revisions of its most popular PSU series Modu82+, Pro82+ and LibertyECO. Users can identify the upgraded PSUs by looking for the “II” name affix. On the 20th anniversary of the Enermax brand, all PSUs in the Modu82+ II, Pro82+ II and LibertyECO II series will also be delivered with a special add-on: a 12cm Twister fan.

Modu82+, Pro82+ and LibertyECO belong currently to the most famous and popular PSU series on the market. With the PC demands of 2010, Enermax has now upgraded these three series with several new and attractive features.

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I love their PSUs. Even though I got a kick ass Corsair 650, I am thinking of getting Enermax's Modu 87+ in a 600 to 750w range, either that or a Corsair 750 modular one.