ENERMAX REVOLUTION ATX 3.0 1000W and 1200W 80 PLUS Gold Certified Power Supplies Featuring 12VHPWR Connector Now Available


Following its announcement in January, ENERMAX has launched its new REVOLUTION ATX 3.0 power supplies that are available in two models. Both the 1000W and 1200W models are 80 PLUS Gold certified, fully modular, and come with a single 12+4 pin and dual 8-pin to 12+4 pin 12VHPWR cable. Circuit protections include OVP, UVP, OPP, SCP, and OTP. A 135mm fluid dynamic bearing fan provides semi-fanless 0 dBa operation, via a button next to the power switch, until the power draw exceeds 30% of the power supply. Featuring Japanese electrolytic capacitors with up to 92% efficiency they can reach up to 200% power excursion and reach up to 60% – 70% efficiency during low loading.

These ENERMAX REVOLUTION ATX 3.0 PCIe 5.0 power supplies are available at ENERMAX’s store page, or Newegg for $229.99 (1000W) or $249.99 (1200W). Other included cables are 1x 20+4 pin motherboard, 2x CPU 4+4, 12x SATA, 4x PCIe 6+2, 4x Molex 4P, 1x FDD.


From ENERMAX Press Release:

“Designed to meet the ever-increasing power demands of high-performance graphic cards, the REVOLUTION ATX 3.0 power supply series is fully compatible with Intel ATX 3.0 and features one native PCIe Gen 5 12+4pin (12VHPWR) cable supplying power to the ultra-high performance next-gen graphics cards up to 600W TDP. The REVOLUTION ATX 3.0 power supply series further provides an extra dual 8-pin to 12+4 pin (12VHPWR) cable that will also be included for gamers and creators to install up to 2 of the latest NVIDIA graphics cards to enjoy the most advanced performance. The REVOLUTION ATX 3.0 power supply series can sustain up to 200% power load for power excursion, reach 60%-70% efficiency even during low loading, and shorter power-on time to make you power up your system faster.

Building upon ENERMAX’s Semi-Fanless Technology with 135mm fluid dynamic bearing (FDB) fans, users can activate the Semi-Fanless function through the side button on the power supply, which provides users absolute silence of 0 dBa until the load exceeds 30% to minimize the fan noise during minimum load. It also comes with an array of reliable and safety features, including advanced LLC and Synchronous Rectifier (SR) and DC-to-DC conversion design, over-voltage protection (OVP), under-voltage protection (UVP), over-power protection (OPP),short-circuit-protection (SCP) and OTP (over-temperature protection) to ensure reliable operation for high-end processors and graphics cards.

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Peter Brosdahl
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