Enermax unveils budget power supply units

The Taiwanese Enermax company, specialized in the making of power supply units (PSU), cooling fans, keyboards and other computer peripherals, has unveiled a bunch of new budget oriented PSUs that belong to the NX and EX series.

The new Enermax NX series PSUs arrive with 350W, 450W and 600W of power under the hood and can boast energy efficiency that reaches 80% with the champion being the 600W model, which achieves 86% of efficiency. Being the weakest AC energy transformer the 350W model comes with a single 6-pin PCI-E connector, while its more powerful siblings feature one 6-pin and one 8-pin (6+2) power connectors.

Enermax EX series

The higher end EX PSUs feature better specs with power efficiency being one of them. All new EX series PSUs arrive with 88% power efficiency and provide 6-pin and 8-pin (6+2) connectors. However, this is not everything – you will also find a low noise 120 mm fan that is responsible for the PSU cooling, braided cables and blue LEDs inside the PSU.

Pricing, unfortunately is unknown.


Source: Eteknix.com

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