DH Review: Enermax 535W All-In-One

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  1. HardwareHeaven

    HardwareHeaven Administrator Staff Member

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    Based on the results of our testing to say the Enermax 535w All In One has strong +12 and +5v performance would be a complete understatement. The figures shown are actually the highest we have seen achieved by a PSU to date. This includes the higher spec 600w models previously tested. Throughout the testing period there was not one stage where the Enermax unit dropped below +12v, generally maintaining a voltage of 12.16 or above and the +5v results never wavered from 5.107v. These results are spectacular and indicate complete stability within the unit.

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  2. Dom

    Dom New Member

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    No one is better than Enermax when it comes to PSUs - no one.
     
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    Woah... Your gonna get alot of replies from OCZ, Antec, Ultra, HIPER fans ;)
     
  4. Nuke209

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    I'm not gonna say Enermax is best, but there are others out there that work just as well, I use Antec, no problems ever, and really really stable
     
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    Stop It HHs' Resident Kitty Lover

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    Very nice review. and a very nice unit, but I think it highlights how good my OEM PSU is, Its a 400Watt unit that came with a £32 (Yes thats £32, or about $50) case, and the thing has really decent ampage (Ill edit this post when I next find them), is nearly silent, and the Voltages are really Quite steady (My MSI PC Alert utility show the 12v+ @ 12.06-12.18, the 5v+ @ 4.84-4.87, and 3.3v+ @ 3.28 steady).

    But anyway, that PSU is probably perfect for high-end systems to stay rock stable, and if you spend nearly £2,000 for a PC, its only natural to get a PSU that suits it, nice review Veridan3 :)
     
  6. riles9262

    riles9262 Driverheaven brewmaster

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    My enermax 350w has been gold for me. My voltages have always been spot on with it. Now my old generic one on the other hand...
     
  7. swimtech

    swimtech Well-Known Member

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    That is one tough beastie of a supply (running all the components in the backround while doing the application- excellent!) - if I can, I'm putting it (or its updated model) in the system I build for myself.

    Great review gentlemen, and thanks!
     
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    kelticknight DriverHeaven Knight

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    liked the 600 watt enermax,same results stable and good performance,only thing l didn't like was the leads are not sleeved,the a short sleeve about 3'' long only.would buy the 600 watt only for that
     

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