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PSU Review – Enermax NAXN 82+ 750W

The Enermax NAXN 82+ 750W unit follows the company’s black/gold design theme. The chassis is sprayed with a matte black paint and the cooling fan’s grill is golden. Enermax follows the same pattern on the cable sleeves, which are black with a golden thread spiraling around them. Stickers with the series logo and the power supply’s maximum output can be seen at the sides of the unit.

The sticker with the detailed electrical specifications of the NAXN 82+ 750W unit can be found at the top of the chassis, a tactic favored by many manufacturers for aesthetic purposes as it will not be visible at all inside most cases.

The rear is entirely perforated to allow for the air pushed by the cooling fan to escape towards the outside of the case. The unit uses a standard AC power cable and there is an oversized rocker on/off switch at the rear. The company opted for the proven honeycomb holes design.

The connectors for the modular cables can be found at the front part of the unit. Enermax loves to delve into details and placed a sticker which covers the entire front part of the chassis, which not only indicates the use of each plug but the voltage rail of each and every cable. This unit offers the following number of connectors:

Native cables

24-pin ATX connector

1 x 4+4 pin 12V CPU connector

1 x 8 pin 12V CPU connector

2 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

Modular cables

2 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

10 x SATA connectors

5 x Molex connectors

1 x Floppy connector


Enermax chose an old, proven 135mm fan for the cooling needs of their NAXN 82+ 750W power supply manufactured by Globe, model RL4Z S1352512H. The company enhanced the aesthetics of the fan by installing clear blades but this still is a common sleeve bearing fan and is rated at 12VDC/0.33A with a maximum rotational speed of 1500RPM, a peak air flow rating of 106.86CFM and a noise rating of 29.2dBA. 

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