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ENERMAX Unleashes the Beastly MAXREVO 1800W Power Supply

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ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-end power supplies, announces the launch of MAXREVO 1800, a heavyweight 1800 watt power supply with peak power up to incredible 1900 watt. Characterized by the high-performance transformer, high-density PCB, and FMQ topology, MAXREVO 1800 PSU achieves a housing depth of only 180mm without sacrificing efficiency or performance, compared to its peers that normally come in 220 mm deep. Furthermore, 6 powerful +12V rails and 12 PCI-E connectors provide powerful output capabilities without compromising hardware safety. Specially designed for multi-GPU rigs, video editing workstations, industrial PC, and servers, MAXREVO 1800 is ready to quench the thirst of power-demanding systems.

MAXREVO 1800 is built with patented Turbo Switch; the design can help bring down the temperature of the critical components by 10-15°C. Through simply pressing the Turbo Switch, the PSU fan will spin at max speed (3100RPM) to create extra massive airflow to cool down the components.



Dual 80 PLUS Gold Certifications & ErP Lot 6 2013 Ready!
The full modular power giant has both 80PLUS GOLD and 80PLUS 230V EU GOLD certifications, delivering stable 1800 watt output at 230V and 1600 watt at 115V. MAXREVO 1800 helps meet power-saving requirements of the 2013 EU eco-design directive Energy-related Products (ErP) Lot 6. The standard requires the maximum power consumption of electronic devices in standby mode to be less than 0.5 watt. MAXREVO 1800 offers durability, reliability and energy-saving designs, and is perfect for top-end PC systems and extreme gaming builds.

10-Year Warranty & Extra Gift - FANICER (USB Cross-flow Fan)
The flagship 1800 watt power supply includes an extra gift, FANICER. FANICER is a USB cross-flow fan, featuring high-quality aluminum internal structure and low-profile yet elegant appearance. With lightweight design (only 445g), the portable USB-powered cross-flow fan is suitable for both outdoor and indoor activities.

MAXREVO 1800 has a 10-year warranty and will be available in late February, 2019.

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I would have expected nothing less than 80+ titanium at over 1500W but at least it’s 80+ gold
 
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The Platimax 1500w has served me for 10 years and I still have it on the side. It would be a good idea to review this model , or there is really something new here, or they just installed a little stronger mosfet s. Certainly it's a good power supply with a lot of reserve, the only disadvantage is in the implementation of modular connections for the GPU, where 3 GND connections are extracted from one cable. The couplings were very hot in use and deformed from the strong consumption of my dual GPU (2x590GTX TGT 798Hz!) cards. After ten years of use, I lost 2 outputs due to the melting of plastic and, a strong resistance well lit the connectors .It's good that current GPUs do not have such high power consumption on the connection .
 
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delivering stable 1800 watt output at 230V and 1600 watt at 115V
So....for those of us in the US, it's actually only a 1600w unit..... seems like false advertising to me :shadedshu: :cry:
 
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....guess its good for the power users and professionals.... for the average guy it's a no go though unless they think mining is gonna make a return. Nice none the less though.
 
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So....for those of us in the US, it's actually only a 1600w unit..... seems like false advertising to me :shadedshu: :cry:
Not really. Your outlet can't deliver more in a standard home. You'd need a 20amp outlet and that can't be guranteed so they rate it like that. Thank Mr. Edison for frightening us off high voltage AC.

What is this even for these days???
Mining and/or boneheads. Maybe mining boneheads.
 
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So....for those of us in the US, it's actually only a 1600w unit..... seems like false advertising to me :shadedshu: :cry:
You DO know its physically not possible to draw more than 1500-1600W from the wall in a normal US home right? I don't know why you're crying that this is false advertising. If they claimed 1800W in the US then I would cry that it's false advertising.
 
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Not really. Your outlet can't deliver more in a standard home. You'd need a 20amp outlet and that can't be guranteed so they rate it like that. Thank Mr. Edison for frightening us off high voltage AC.
120VAC ± 5% = 126VAC x 15A(Standard outlet circuit breaker/fuse rating) = 1890W

I'm not saying it's the best idea to pull 1800W from a single standard outlet. But it's within specs for modern US homes. I believe I've seen "1875W Max" stated on something you'd plug into a standard outlet(I think it was a heavy gauge extension cord IIRC). A quick look around the house to see what I've got that pulls a lot of power turned up a 1625W 13A window mounted AC unit. I run that thing all day long from a standard outlet in the summer without issues. And it's not even the only thing on that circuit(though the other things probably draw less than 100W total).
You DO know its physically not possible to draw more than 1500-1600W from the wall in a normal US home right?
Like I said. FLAT OUT WRONG sir. Do the math.
 
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So theoretically you can pull 1800w... but you're not taking into account efficiency of the unit either. Even if it's 95% efficient, an 1800w load means 1890w from the wall. And that doesn't count anything else that would normally be plugged into that outlet that isn't a power supply... like a monitor, speakers, etc...

Personally I have a surge protector with two computers, a monitor, soundbar, PS3, clock, box fan and an 18650 charger plugged into it.
 
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