Enermax will have two new power supplies coming to market this quarter. Both are based on the Infiniti design, which proved its reliability in earlier testing. Enermax had a 625W power supply at the booth that was actually powering up 16 HDDs, an octal-core setup, and a high-end graphics card. The Modu82+ will have detachable cables as seen in the picture. The Pro82+ will basically be the same power supply but with a fixed cable harnesses.

The 82+ in both names is indication the minimum efficiency of these power supplies. From 20% to 100% load the power supply will have more than 82% efficiency. That’s better than what we’ve seen in the majority of our tested power supplies so far. The higher models of the Modu82+ will have two 12-pin jacks that can each connect to two PEG connectors. A single 12-pin connector makes sense, as not only do you reduce cable clutter but Enermax will also be able to have different connectors on the end. If connectors for new standards come out in the future, the user can easily change the adapter (i.e. 6-pin or 8-pin PEG).

The power supplies will be available very soon and the prices are supposed to be cheaper than the Infiniti prices.

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  • strikeback03 - Tuesday, January 15, 2008 - link

    Hope the new connectors for peripheral cables are easier to insert than the Infiniti ones. The Infiniti connectors are a real pain. Reply
  • Slash3 - Tuesday, January 15, 2008 - link

    ...16 drives. Still not bad, though it could be argued that running a single 8800GTX Ultra would require more power. Reply
  • Christoph Katzer - Tuesday, January 15, 2008 - link

    lol yes, thanks. The point is these drives don't need much power and I doubt they were all started up at the same time... Reply
  • vailr - Monday, January 14, 2008 - link

    Any news on the updated USB 2.0 Enermax Aurora aluminum keyboard? Reply

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