Enermax Revolution

Enermax launches worldwide sales of the new power supply series Revolution85 +. Hamburg, November 10, 2008 – the name says it: Revolution85 +, the new power supply series, the Enermax brings in December 2008 on the market, offers trend-setting innovations. It is the beginning of a new generation of high-performance power supplies with more than green paint. As one of the first manufacturers Enermax Revolution85 + receives the international environment – and Energiesparsiegel 80plus Silver (www.80plus.org) for energy efficiency from 87 to 91% at 230 volts. Revolution85 + comes in four performance variants on the market: with 850, 950, 1050 and 1250 Watts.

Previous model Galaxy as paving the way for new 1-kW class with the Galaxy series made Enermax 2006 as first manufacturer entering the class of the power supply with a power of about 1 kW. Revolution85 + offers in contrast, not only the currently highest efficiency, but also in other issues like security, design and compatibility was improved. With its dimensions of B 150 x H 86 x 190 mm is T the new flagship of the House of Enermax the most compact power supply in its class and thus also fits into the most MIDI-Tower. “Unrivaled safe SafeGuard” of the Revolution85 + eight offers instead of so far six backups and protects against unexpected power surges that can occur for example when lightning strikes from up to 2 kW as well as inrush current thrusts up to 70 amps through the so-called SIP (surge and Incrush protection). In addition, the low-voltage protection now has a separate fuse for DC and AC. With the new HeatGuard”Revolution85 + protects your system beyond 30 to 60 seconds after switching off from overheating.

As a result, the life time of the system components by up to 20 percent can be extended. Looking to the future the Enermax seller made the new Revolution85 +-series space for upcoming developments in the PC market. Future processors and graphics cards will be capable of, if necessary to cut their energy consumption to a minimum of the so-called C6 status for processors and the hybrid mode for graphics cards. This requires a dynamic power management of power supplies. With the Revolution85 + is Enermax of this development ahead and offers stable operation even at low power consumption of less than a Watt (“zero load design”). For more information and picture material, see.