Enermax is a brand whose strong product is their power supplies, especially when it comes to the high-end spectrum. Their Platimax and MAXREVO units are some of the best out there. But these units are not cheap in terms of cost. Enermax knows not everyone has a ton of cash to throw at a new power supply so they have created the Triathlor series of power supplies. There are actually the Triathlor and Triathlor FC units. The Triathlor units are lower wattage and non-modular and the Triathlor FC units are higher wattage and are modular. Today we are checking out the Triathlor FC 550W unit which is 80PLUS Bronze certified and offers quiet operation.
When you like about all-in-one water coolers I bet Enermax is not a name you think of, but they want to change that. Their first run of liquid CPU coolers were not all that great so they have gone back to the drawing board and have come up with some new designs that they were showing off at Computex. The big change in the cooler is the new SCT (Shunt Channel Technology) which they have used in the newly redesigned blocks.
Enermax has released 5 new fan models that use their new patented APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) Control technology. What this new technology does is it allows you to set the peak speed of the fans yourself so they will never go over a specific RPM speed. Then the speed will be regulated by a PWM or an integrated thermal sensor. The 5 new fan models include Cluster Advance, Everest Advance, Magma Advance, T.B. Vegas Quad and T.B. Vegas.
Enermax has been relatively quiet when it comes to cases. They have not had a case that has really stood out to us as of late. We hope that is going to change with the Ostrog GT Mid Tower. It features a unique design, room for 10 fans (three included), USB 3.0 support, a large side panel window, and room for a total of 10 hard drives! Enermax is looking to make a mark in the sub $100 segment with this case as it is currently selling for $74.99. Will this case impress? Read on as we find out!
Enermax has released a new mid tower case today, the Coenus. The case will be available in two different colors, gun metal grey or jet black. Some of the main features include support for up to 8 hard drives, USB 3.0 support, a large side panel window and a good amount of room behind the motherboard tray for routing your cables. The case can support up to six fans as well for those wondering about cooling.
Enermax has just announced a new flagship case in their Fulmo ST mid tower. Enermax has already released their original Fulmo and Fulmo GT and now it is time for the ST series. The front of the case features a black iron mesh design, which looks pretty good. The side panel of the case has a full acrylic windows so you are going to be able to see all of your hardware installed inside. At the top of the case you will find four USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports and a fan speed controller.
Here at ThinkComputers we mainly know Enermax for their cooling solutions, but they also make power supplies. At CeBIT they are showing off a 650W 80PLUS Platinum power supply. We have seen fanless power supplies before, but what makes this one so special? The wattage for one, keeping 650W of power cool without a fan is pretty impressive.
ENERMAX, leading PC case and power supply brand, has introduced their T.B. APOLLISH and T.B. VEGAS QUAD Case Fans. The fans are 18/20 cm, giving a large size for better cooling performance and are compatible with 18cm and 20 cm mounting holes. Both fans are compatible with Enermax’s Fulmo, Fulmo GT, Ostrog GT, Hoplite, and Coenus computer cases.
“The Enermax DreamBass Genie is a small USB audio upgrade solution aimed mostly for laptop users who want a richer media experience on-the-go. The Enermax DreamBass Genie’s physical appearance is inspired by classic vacuum tubes but inside is a 2-channel VIA VT1620A audio chip that supports stereo 24-bit resolution and up to 192 kHz sample rate. Requiring only a standard USB 2.0 connection, the Enermax DreamBass Genie is completely plug-and-play and is compatible with Windows 7, XP, Vista, and 2000, as well as Mac and Linux systems. The standard AP001 model of the Enermax DreamBass Genie is available for $29.99, while the AP001E model comes with ultra-light in-ear earphones and is priced at $39.99.”
Via Hi Tech Legion
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