Enermax Launches REVOLUTION SFX Series Power Supply

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅01.12.2016 20:25:02

Enermax launches REVOLUTION SFX power supply series with a fully modular cable design and 80 Plus GOLD efficiency certification. The Enermax REVOLUTION SFX power supply series has a 100mm standard depth, the standard SFX form factor dimensions, making it idea to SFX and HTPC builds. The REVOLUTION SFX is available in two capacities – 550W and 650W models.

Modular Design and ATX Compatible
The Enermax REVOLUTION SFX series has a fully modular design with 100% flat flexible cables for easy installation and cable management. It also comes with an ATX-to-SFX bracket adapter so you can use the REVOLUTION SFX with standard cases with ATX power supply bays.

Smart and Silent Operation
The Enermax REVOLUTION SFX comes with a quieter cooling solution with a smart semi-fanless control. When the system is below 30% load, the fans of the REVOLUTION SFX doesn’t spin. Hence, the cooling fans only starts spinning with loads exceeding to 30% for an efficient and more silent operation.

80 Plus GOLD efficiency
The Enermax REVOLUTION SFX power supply series complies with the 80 Plus GOLD standards and meets 2013 ErP Lot 6 regulations. The REVOLUTION SFX offers up to 92% efficiency in operation and less then 0.5W power consumption in stand by mode.

Highest Reliability and Compatibility
The Enermax REVOLUTION SFX uses quality Japanese electrolytic capacitors which can handle ambient temperatures of up to 105-degrees Celsius. It also boasts a powerful single rail 12V+ design that can power even high-end graphics cards today. It also has its array of protection and safety measures including OPP, OVP, UVP, OCP (+3.3V/+5V), OTP, SCP & SIP.

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Visit the Enermax website for more information on the REVOLUTION SFX power supply series.

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