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Enermax MaxRevo 1350W PSU review

Externally, Enermax is using a similar chassis as the one we have first seen implemented for the Revolution 85+ series. The chassis is sprayed with a textured grey paint which is rough on the touch, except from the area around the fan which is sprayed yellow, also with a textured type of paint. It also is a little longer than a standard ATX power supply, measuring 190mm deep; however we believe that all potential buyers of such a high end product already own very large cases as well. 

The sticker with the electrical specifications and approvals can be seen at the top side of the chassis.

 At the sides of the unit, the series logo and deep cosmetic engravings are all that can be found.

The rear is entirely perforated to allow for the air pushed by the cooling fan to escape towards the outside of the case. Enermax have opted for a tight honeycomb design, which slightly reduces the airflow resistance and the aerodynamic noise. A simple on/off switch and a standard 3-DIN A/C power plug can be seen at the rear. There are also the mounting spots for the “Cordguard” holder, a simple latch holding the A/C power cable secured into place.

At the front we can see the numerous connectors for the modular cables. The Molex-SATA cable connectors are black while the CPU-GPU connectors are red. The large black connectors are for the ATX and CPU power cables. This unit offers the following number of connectors:

Native cables

24-pin ATX connector

2 x 8 pin EPS CPU connector

1 x 4 pin ATX CPU connector

8 x 6+2 pin 12V PCIe connectors

14 x SATA connectors

10 x Molex connectors

2 x Floppy connector



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