Enermax debuts the Revolution X’t II PSUs

Enermax debuts the Revolution X’t II PSUs

Enermax has introduced the expected Revolution X’t II line of power supply units – as you may remember we reported on these PSUs about a month ago and now they are here.

The new series offers four models with power output of 450W, 550W, 650W and 750W. All four new Revolution X’t II PSUs come equipped with high-quality Japanese capacitors that can work with no problems at 105°C, a patented twisted bearing fan for ultra-silent performance, modular cables and more. All these features help the new PSUs reach 80 Plus Gold efficiency (up to 92 per cent), which will help computer systems meet 2013 ErP Lot 6 with high efficiency 5Vsb circuitry. The patented twisted bearing fan promises excellent performance at very low noise levels and a very long life of 160 000 work hours. The fan also comes with the so-called HeatGuard technology, which keeps the PSU fan running for 30-60 seconds after the system has been shut down to make sure the remaining heat has been dissipated. The PSUs also feature a semi-modular design and the CordGuard technology, which fixes the AC cord tightly and prevents accidental shutdowns. In fact all new Revolution X’t II PSUs have been designed for 24/7 operation at 40°C and to achieve this they come with multiple circuitry protections that include OVP, OPP, SCP, SIP and OCP. Moreover the Revolution X’t II line can work at 100-240V, which means you can use these PSUs in North America and Europe with no problems.

The new Enermax Revolution X’t II PSU line will be available later this month. The pricing has not been announced just yet.

Source: Enermax

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