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    Default Enermax Revolution D.F. Review - Multirail PSU @TweakPC

    Hi,

    nice 12V Quad Rail PSU from Enermax

    https://www.tweakpc.de/hardware/test...ion_df/s01.php
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    Tinpoint

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    Bitfenix Whisper M from Enermax?
    With better fan profile for 650W and up it seems...

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    [LOL this is not a custom plaform at all
    CWT GPU850V
    +oh whisper uses this design

    What series then do enermax self-design? Platimax and Maxtytan only?
    Last edited by rgbodosk; 1 Week Ago at 12:06 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    LOL this is not a custom plaform at all
    No, its not.
    Bitfenix was the first to use it for a while. Now you see more than that.
    I've seen at lest 3 versions: Whisper M, Deepcool and Enermax. And that's the fourth.
    Seems like a pretty good Plattform!
    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    What series then do enermax self-design? Platimax and Maxtytan only?
    Digifanless perhaps??

    The Platimax and Maxtitan are all over the place, most are CWT though (except Platimax D.F. 500 and 600W).

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