Enermax MAXREVO 1350W Power Supply Review

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Enermax MAXREVO 1350W Power Supply rated 100% KICKASS by 3dGameMan.com

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Review category: Power Supplies
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The Enermax MAXREVO 1350W Power Supply is an exceptionally product. Not only is it super powerful, but it's maxed with excellent features. It's also 80+ Gold certified, comes with a 5 years warranty and is environmentally friendly.


 

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Anonymous

This Maxrevo 1350w or the Antec HCP Platinum 1000W for $30 less?

rob327c
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Hanging in there for a reply to this one also... :)

raigy
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Enermaxe's PSU's are at the top. The perfect rails on 12V and very silent work is the priority on those products, also those PSU's are not cheap :/. In Poland for Modu+87 700W I must pay 825 zloty in Poland and this is 200 euro... that's insane.

I click on Great product cuz the price is from space :D

Anonymous

good review as always.
this PSU has just one design flaw that almost all power supplies have: Both ends of the modular cables are not black but show colored cables. you can get sleeves for the end that gets connected in the mainboard but not the one that goes in the PSU itself.. so you have yellow cables sticking out of your power supply.. not so great.
as far as i know the only PSUs that have all-black modular cables are the corsair ax models, and thats why i bhought one of those.

Prophet4NO1
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I gave it a Kickass. Only drawback is that I would have like to see fewer rails.

Lvaneede
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Thats a lot of watts

Anonymous

It's a dresser. Oh no, it's a power supply. That's one HUGE box.

Anonymous

i thought wall outlets were limited to 1200 watts?

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It just depends, a wall socket in the USA is wired on a 15 amp circuit standard. So the total shared by all the sockets is limited to about 1600W combined. Some newer homes have 20A circuits @ 120V = 2400VA ~= 2400W. However most US homes have the two-prong plugs that have contacts rated up to 15A. Chances are a computer using one of these PSU's will never pull that much power anyways.

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Anonymous

Holy crap, I want one myself now, even if I'm only running a single 6850. Lots of good features and that efficiency.

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Perfect review ^^. No more no less. Mine is also 100% modular. Best of the best.