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Enermax announces new Revolution DUO series 80 PLUS Gold PSUs

Enermax Revolution Duo

Enermax today announced its new Revolution DUO series power supplies with a dual-fan design. For now, the company is releasing the Revolution DUO series with 3 wattages: 700W/600W/500W. These are ideal for computer cases featuring a PSU shroud, as the DUOFlow design provides active ventilation and efficient airflow management.

The DUOFlow design consists of two ENERMAX patented Twister Bearing fans, 1* 100mm intake fan and 1* 80mm exhaust fan. Twister Bearing Technology basically employs nano magnetic design with self-lubricating mechanics to achieve low noise operation with minimal friction and longer lifetime. With active ventilation, the DUOFlow design allows the fans to run at lower RPM while Twister Bearing technology also helps deliver a more silent cooling performance compared to a regular single fan power supply unit. These power supplies also come with patented FMA (Fan-speed Manual Adjustment) feature that helps users adjust the fan RPM to increase airflow from the fans when extra cooling is required.

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The Enermax Revolution DUO series power supplies are compliant with the 80 PLUS Gold standard and meet the 2013 ErP Lot 6 regulations, boasting of up to 92% efficiency in operation and less than 0.5W consumption when in standby mode. Safety features include OVP, UVP, OPP, OCP (+3.3V/+5V), SCP, & SIP. The power supplies measure 150 (W) x 86 (H) x 140 (D) mm in terms of dimensions.

Supplied cables include 1 20 + 4P (24P) mainboard, 1 4 + 4P (8P) CPU, 4 6 + 2 (8P) PCI-E, 8 SATA, 4 4P Molex, and 1 FDD cable.

No pricing or availability info has been shared yet.

Via: TechPowerUp

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