Enermax D.F. 12 Revolution 850W White PSU Review

Meet the Enermax Revolution D.F. 12 850W

Meet the Enermax Revolution DF 12 850W White

We first got to see Enermax’s new Revolution series at CES 2024. At the event the company promised easier cable management, full ATX 3.1 certification, ATX 12V-2×6 support, and pre-braided cables. Now that these units are available, we can confirm that Enermax has been true to their word.

Today, we will be looking at the White 850W model of their new FR 12 Revolution range. This model comes with all-white cables and a white base unit, complete with cable combs.

Shorter than a normal ATX PSU

One good trait of the DF 12 Revolution range is its shorter than ATX sizing. This power supply measures in at 122mm, which is less than the ATX standard length of 140mm. This power supply will fit inside all ATX PC cases, and will be a lot easier to fit than larger units inside compact cases.

The lessened length of this PSU makes it easier to install in most cases and gives users some additional room for cable management. The space under a PSU shroud can hide a lot of spare cable length, and this shortened PSU maximises this potential space.

Enermax Revolution DF 12 850W PSU Specifications

The Enermax Revolution DF 12 is a 850W power supply with an 80+ Gold Efficiency certifications and a Cybenetics Platinum rating. It is ATX 3.1 certified, and PCIe 5.1 validated. If you want your next PSU to meet the latest power standards, the Enermax DF 12 Revolution series should be on your shortlist.

This power supply is designed to handle power surges of up to 235% for short durations. This is much higher than most older PSUs, as this high power surge/excursion threshold was mandated by the new ATX 3.1 standard.

The Revolution DF 12 series ships with fully modular cables, all of which are sleeved. This PSU also ships with a 27-piece cable comb kit, which will allow users to keep their cable management in order and make their PSU cables look incredibly neat.

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