Enermax expands Triathlor Eco PSU line

Enermax expands Triathlor Eco PSU line

The Taiwanese PSU maker Enermax has expanded its line of Triathlor Eco power supply units by adding three more models that feature 700W (ETL700EWT-M), 800W (ETL800EWT-L) and 1000W (ETL1000EWT-M) of power output. Until now the Triathlor Eco PSU line had models with power output between 350W and 650W.

Triathlor Eco power table

The three new Enermax Triathlor Eco PSU models measure 165 x 150 x 86 mm (L x W x H) and offer 80 Plus Bronze efficiency (up to 88 per cent), a semi-modular design, a number of protection mechanisms (overloading, overvoltage, undervoltage and others) and 135 mm cooling fans. The new PSUs fully support CrossFireX and SLI configurations and have enough connectors for a high-end system. The 800W model offers two EPS12V connectors, four 6+2 PCI-E power connectors, 12 (!) SATA connectors and 4 Molex connectors. The Triathlor Eco 1000W model adds to these two more 6+2 PCI-E power connectors and four more Molex connectors.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Enermax

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