Enermax debuts world’s first digital fanless PSU

Enermax debuts world’s first digital fanless PSU

Enermax has introduced the DIGIFANLESS 550W power supply unit (PSU), which happens to be the world’s first fanless power supply unit. Now this is a first in this industry and on top of all this the PSU comes with specialized software that allows the user to monitor all crucial PSU parameters such as power consumption, temperature, efficiency, output voltage and ampere.

Needless to say the DIGIFANLESS 550W comes with very high quality components, 93 per cent peak efficiency, which makes it 80 PLUS Platinum certified and no cooling fan at all, which makes the PSU completely silent. The power supply unit also features flexible, full-modular cable management with individually sleeved wires so you can use only the cables that your computer system requires.

The aforementioned PSU software is called ZDPMS (Zero Delay Power Monitor System) and sports numerous features some of which we already mentioned. What we did not say is that the ZDPMS allows overclockers who have special demands towards their PSUs to fine tune the 12V output voltage within a +/- 3% regulation and to switch between 12V single or dual rail mode. Moreover if the PSU finds itself in a critical situation it will display warning messages so that the user can take precautionary measures. Finally DIGIFANLESS 550W comes with an energy consumption calculator – just input your average electricity price and CO2 footprint and the calculator will show you how much you have to pay for using your computer and what the CO2 emission factor is.

The new Enermax PSU will be on the market later this month. The price of the power supply unit is unclear as of now.

Source: Enermax

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