Enermax To Offer New Look At Power Supplies And Coolers At Computex 2024

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Two New PC Cases Will Also Be Shown!

[Press Release] Enermax is bringing an enthralling lineup of products to Computex 2024, including new PC cases, power supplies, and more.

Enermax MaxTytan Digital
The MaxTytan Digital Delivers 80 Plus Platinum Efficiency At 1650W

A new range of ATX 3.1 power supplies will take center stage at Computex 2024. Among them, the MaxTytan Digital 1650W 80 Plus Platinum offers a semi-fanless design and optimizes both performance and acoustics.

The MaxTytan also includes a built-in wattage display, allowing for real-time output wattage monitoring.

Enermax Platimax 2400W
The Platimax Supports Multiple GPU Installations

Enermax’s Platimax 2400W covers the 80 Plus Platinum category. Thanks to its chassis depth of 18cm, the power supply can be installed in various mid-tower cases. It also offers near-silent operations at medium loads.

Enermax Platimax DF Ultra 1600W
Enermax Has Made The Platimax DF Ultra For AI PCs

This power supply is best suited to workstation-grade setups, offering a compact 14cm chassis and a 1600W output. The fan also remains static at up to 50% load, making the Platimax DF Ultra a great fit for AI and advanced computing needs.

Enermax Platimax DF12
The Platimax DF12 Comes In Multiple Variants

The Enermax Platimax DF12 offers 750W, 850W, and 1000W variants. This power supply is marketed as one of the smallest 80 Plus Platinum units with ATX 3.1 support, making it suitable for a variety of use cases.

It also offers a chassis depth of just 122mm and a fan that remains static until 60% load.

Enermax Revolution DFX Pro Splave Edition PSU
Enermax Revolution DFX Pro Splave Comes In 1000W And 1200W Variants

Enermax’s power supplies remain a popular choice for overclocking enthusiast due to their efficient and stable operation. Partnering with the world’s top overclocking champion, the company is introducing the Revolution DFX Pro Splave edition.

This model comes with the 5VSB Discharging Function and offers up to 1200W power output. The Revolution DFX Pro Splave edition is perfect for PC users looking to push their systems to the limit.

Further expanding the lineup, Enermax will debut the Revolution DFX Pro series. With 80 Plus Gold variants ranging between 750W and 1200W, these power supplies work well for any type of build.

The company has also confirmed that its power supplies will offer PCIe 5.1 support in addition to a 600W 12V-2×6 cable.

Enermax Will Debut A New AIO For Workstations At Computex

At Computex 2024, the company will debut its new AIO cooler, the LIQTECH XTR. This cooler is a great fit for the likes of AMD Threadripper and Intel Xeon W-3400/W-2400 processors.

Thanks to a powerful EF1 pump design and shunt-channel technology, the AIO can achieve up to 900W of cooling capacity. A built-in digital display also offers real-time temperature monitoring.

Enermax AQUACore
Enermax Will Introduce Its New Concept Cooler Soon

Another interesting product from Enermax is the AQUACore concept cooler. This cooler uses a no-tube connection technique and integrates the pump design into the radiator.

The AQUACore offers a cooling capacity of up to 280W and stands at only 162mm tall. This makes it suitable for most PC cases, while the fan’s built-in display can show CPU and GPU data.

Montage Flow
A Deeper Look At The Montage Flow Will Be Offered At Computex 2024

Enermax is also set to debut the Montage Flow at Computex 2024. This magnetic fan structure is meant to offer more sturdy connections.

Unlike most magnetic fan mechanisms, the Montage Flow offers a patented coil structure design. This implementation leads to additional stability during the installation process.

Wrapping up the list of new products, two new PC cases will be shown at the event. The Air240 features a three-sided mesh panel and enhances overall cooling.

Meanwhile, the Pano270 supports M-ATX motherboards and offers 270-degree ultra-wide curved glass. All of these incredible products will be shown off between June 4 and 7, making it an exciting time to be a PC gamer.

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