Enermax have just unveiled their latest series of affordable power supply units. The Triathlor ECO series. This series of power supplies offers up four different wattages (350/450/550/650W) and offers 80 Plus Bronze certification. Additionally their is full support for Haswell C6/C7 sleep states that a lot of current power supplies of a lower-end variety have struggled with.
The new Triathlor ECO series also meet the ErP Lot 6 2013 requirements (<0.5W at standby mode) thanks to a revised and up-to-date 5Vsb design. Enermax have implemented a new “HeatGuard” function that allows the PSU fan to spin for 30 to 60 seconds after shut-down to ensure all components cool down sufficiently. This cooling is done by a 12cm double ball bearing fan.
The Triathlor ECO has a semi modular design and all the cables used are flat black including those few hard-wired into the PSU. This comes as Enermax have responded to consumer feedback about cable management issues. The Triathlor ECO series has automated voltage input regulation to allow between 100 and 240 VAC. The Triathlor ECO PSUs have active PFC, a single 12 volt rail and a battery of safety features & protections such as OVP (Over Voltage), DC UVP (Under Voltage), OPP (Over Power), SCP (Short-Circuit) and SIP (Surge and Inrush current).
Enermax’s Triathlor ECO series is available from next month for $79.99 (350W); $89.99 (450W); $99.99 (550W) and $109.99 (650W).
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