Enermax Launches Revolution Duo PSU Series

/ 2 years ago


Enermax launched the new Revolution Duo power supply series and enhanced their overall 80 Plus Gold certified portfolio even further. The new Revolution Duo series is designed and built for entry-level gaming systems, but they’re still quite good. The series comes with 500W, 600W, and 700W models that deliver an efficiency up to 92 percent at 230V when between 20 to 100 percent load.

The duo in the name comes from the two fans that this series features. Most power supplies only have a single top/bottom facing fan where this one has an additional fan at the rear. Both fans are automatically adjusted by the power supply for the most silent operation at any given time, but users can also use the patented FMA control to manually adjust the fan speeds and provide extra cooling for the system when needed.


The Revolution Duo power supply series is non-modular which almost is a given for entry-level products as it eliminates the need for extra connectors. That said, the cables are sleeved for a clean look and to protect the cables additionally from possible damages when routing them through tight spaces of your chassis.


Price wise, the Enermax Revolution Duo series will set you back €79.90, €89.90, and €99.90 respectively for the 500W, 600W, and 700W model. All three should be available in both distribution and retail channels now.

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