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Enermax launches the world's most compact 1200W PSU

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Enermax launches the world's most compact 1200W PSU

Enermax launches the world's most compact 1200W PSU

 
Enermax has revealed their new 80 Plus Platinum rated  D.F. series of power supplies, which will release with 1200W, 1050W, 850W and 750W variants. 
 
What is most noteworthy about this PSU is the fact that it offers up to 1200W of power with a PSU depth of just 160mm, which is uncommon for high wattage power supplies. This makes the Enermax D.F. 1200W one of the most compact 1200W PSUs on the market, allowing PC builders be more choose their PC chassis with fewer restrictions. 
 

One other feature of this PSU is its self-cleaning DFR technology, which runs the PSU's fans in reverse to help clear dust from the system, elongating the time between cleaning/maintenance is required and increasing the lifespan of the product. This chassis also comes with a semi-passive fan control system, which allows this unit to run passively when under 30-40% loads depending on the unit used.  

 

Enermax launches the world's most compact 1200W PSU

 

This new series of PSUs will ship with a 5-year global warranty and an additional 5-year warranty for users in the US and Canada. 

  

You can join the discussion on Enermax's new D.F series of PSUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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19-09-2017, 04:12:53

Bagpuss
I'm struggling to think of a scenario where you would need this much power in a case that actually requires a small PSU like this Quote

19-09-2017, 04:33:49

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
I'm struggling to think of a scenario where you would need this much power in a case that actually requires a small PSU like this
I'd say whenever the bottom of a case has a HDD cage in it like my 400C. I had to remove it and use 2.5 drives because my RM850 didn't leave enough space to hide the cables.Quote

19-09-2017, 05:19:50

Peace
Hmm not sure if I like the fact, that the fan is spinning the other way round. Not only will that most likely be worse in terms of cooling, but will also push warm air towards the GPU in normal ATX cases & big towers, if you decide to mount the PSU that way instead of the normal way which would be fan faced down, to suck in cold air through a dust filter (which again wouldn't work properly as this PSU would BLOW the air through the filter). It will also generate an area of high temperature in cases with false floors/PSU covers. That might not be a problem, but that warm air could simply flow outside with a normal fan...

So for me personally: nice idea, but not fully thought to the end.Quote

19-09-2017, 07:40:11

Greenback
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
Hmm not sure if I like the fact, that the fan is spinning the other way round. Not only will that most likely be worse in terms of cooling, but will also push warm air towards the GPU in normal ATX cases & big towers, if you decide to mount the PSU that way instead of the normal way which would be fan faced down, to suck in cold air through a dust filter (which again wouldn't work properly as this PSU would BLOW the air through the filter). It will also generate an area of high temperature in cases with false floors/PSU covers. That might not be a problem, but that warm air could simply flow outside with a normal fan...

So for me personally: nice idea, but not fully thought to the end.

Tbh if you are needing a 1200w psu the little heat it produces will be the least of your worries, and a good possibility you'll have plenty of air flow to compensate.Quote

19-09-2017, 08:33:12

Peace
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Tbh if you are needing a 1200w psu the little heat it produces will be the least of your worries, and a good possibility you'll have plenty of air flow to compensate.

That's true, actually.Quote
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