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Red face Enermax Announces the Revolution DUO Series Power Supplies

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ENERMAX brings the dual fan PSU back to the market! REVOLUTION DUO, with 80 PLUS Gold certification, features active ventilation for long-term system stability by adopting two patented Twister Bearing fans which create dynamic airflow with quietness. The comeback of dual-fan PSU is due to increased demand of PSU shroud cases. Although the shroud cases make users more easily to do cable management for a neat and clean build, the confined space will decrease air circulation. The ENERMAX DUOFlow design utilizes the 2nd fan to actively dissipate the hot air and make the airflow management much more effective.

REVOLUTION DUO is equipped with DUOFlow design, consisting of two ENERMAX patented Twister Bearing fans, 1* 10cm intake fan and 1* 8cm exhaust fan. Thanks to active ventilation, DUOFlow makes lower RPM of fans; the use of Twister Bearing technology also delivers a more silent cooling performance compared with regular single fan PSU.

Patented FMA technology provides extra cooling for system when need
In addition to DUOFlow design, REVOLUTION DUO is also built with patented FMA (Fan-speed Manual Adjustment) function to provide optimal cooling upon users' demand. With the default setting of FMA, two thermal-controlled Twister Bearing fans automatically adjust their speed by the system load conditions - these two fans would not spin at full speed even under full load of PSU. FMA can be activated to increase the speed of both fans simultaneously to full spinning on the basis of FMA default setting. FMA, in other words, is a turbo switch of REVOLUTION DUO to offer users turbo airflow and extra cooling .

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REVOLUTION DUO complies with 80 PLUS Gold level standards and meets 2013 ErP Lot 6 regulations; with up to 92% efficiency in operation and less than 0.5W power consumption in standby mode. It also has comprehensive protection circuitry of OVP, UVP, OPP, OCP (+3.3V/+5V), SCP & SIP for system safety. REVOLUTION DUO is available with 3 wattages: 700W/600W/500W.

For more information, visit the product pages of the 500W, 600W, and 700W variants.
https://youtu.be/SvNXP7ZusT4

Source: https://www.techpowerup.com/226473/e...power-supplies
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they bring Noisetake back
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Their new PM generation does not know that they should have called it SFMA, not FMA. I am at an Ex-E wedding in 2 weeks with lots of (Ex)-E's attending, gotta smack some heads then (Where did all the know-how go )
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Silly rabbits... This was supposed to be announced on April 1st!
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The looks reminds me of those good old Q-tec dual fan PSUs. I.e definitely not a good thing, lol.
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Any idea about the OEM?
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Are people really gonna buy this? Sorry but I'd still prefer a 135/140mm single fan over a 100mm and a 80mm fan. Not to mention that especially in Na, you got corsair and evga fighting it out, leads to some pretty decent prices.
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LOL that intro! So vintage!
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LOL that intro! So vintage!
That's probably what it sounds like. A helicopter.
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I.... I.... don't get it. Heat is not as big of an issue as it used to be back when PSUs were all 70% efficient. You don't need two fans to exhaust 70W of heat.
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