Enermax to soon offer Revolution X’t II PSUs

Enermax to soon offer Revolution X’t II PSUs

The Revolution X’t line of power supply units by Enermax will soon be accompanied by its successor – a press release has shown that Enermax is working on a new Revolution X’t II line of PSUs that will feature 80 Plus Gold efficiency.

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As of now the new line includes three models – the ERX550AWT (550W), the ERX550AWT (650W) and the ERX750AWT (750W). The new PSUs come with 140 mm Twister cooling fans, high quality Japanese capacitors that can sustain up to 105°C heat, support for Heat Guard technology that spins the PSU cooling fan for a few more minutes after the system has been turned off and a 5-year warranty that should please you. As expected the new Revolution X’t II line offers numerous protection features against overvoltage, undervoltage and more. The 550W model can deliver 45A of power, the 650W model can deliver 53A while the most powerful 750W PSU provides 62A over the single +12V rail. The connectors in all models are pretty much the same – one ATX, one EPS12V 4+4, eight SATA, four Molex 4-pin and one FDD. The difference lies in the number of PCI-E connectors (6+2) – the 550W model has two, while the more powerful 650W and 750W have four each. The PSUs measure 160 x 150 x 86 mm (L x W x H) and weigh around 1.6-1.7 kilograms.

The new Enermax Revolution X’t II PSU line will debut on February 5. The models will sell for USD 124.50 (550W), USD 133 (650W) and USD 150 (750W).

Source: Enermax

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