Enermax Platimax 850W Semi Modular Power Supply Review



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Enermax are one of the biggest names in high end power supplies these days and the Platimax branding has recognition throughout the industry as being one of the most efficient power supply units available thanks to its association with the 80 Plus Platinum certification. Today we have with us one of these units as we test the Enermax Platimax 850W power supply. The Platimax series from Enermax is aimed at the top-end user and the particular unit we have with us today, the Enermax Platimax 850W, is aimed at the user with dual GPU configurations (SLI or CFX) and quite a thirsty overall system.

Enermax certainly haven’t skimped out on this power supply and are throwing an impressive 5 year warranty behind it, a custom 140mm Twister bearing fan, high quality components and a whole range of protections and certifications. If you are looking for a high-end power supply then Enermax certainly give the impression that this is one of the best options, but as always let us find out if this is the case as we put the Enermax Platimax 850W through its paces in this review!

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  • Wayne

    I’ve only heard good things about Enermax PSU’s but their existence over here is akin to finding chicken’s teeth.

  • d6bmg

    Looks like an awesome product. And backed by the promising 5 year warranty would help it in every way.

  • d6bmg

    And it have eared 80+ platinum for some justified reason as well. ;)

  • d6bmg

    And at last Ryan, another awesome review!!

  • Futilizer

    Very cool organization and layout. They should do all PSUs this way.

  • azbest

    enermax is the most expensive brand of all.. be quiet! dark power 10 850w seems much viable choice. and isnt audible even at 100% load.


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