ENERMAX Reveals Revolution DFX ATX 3.0 Power Supply

Up To 1600W!

PC components are becoming more powerful with each new generation. This has led to a significant increase in power requirements, thanks to parts like the GeForce RTX 4090 and Intel Core i9 13900K. However, the ENERMAX Revolution DFX has PC users covered.

The power supply offers various variants, providing users with a high-end option with 1600W of power. The ENERMAX Revolution DFX also includes one 600W 12VHPWR cable and another 600W 12VHPWR adapter to accommodate multiple GPUs.

ENERMAX Revolution DFX

ENERMAX has ensured the power supply lives up to modern standards that PC gamers have come to expect. The Revolution DFX comes with 80 Plus Gold certification and supports Intel ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards.

Additionally, it includes Japanese capacitors, advanced LLC, and Synchronous Rectifier design for uncompromised performance. Furthermore, the company utilizes its patented technology to ensure any built-up dust is cleared through fans when the power supply is switched on.

ENERMAX has also taken care to ensure noise is kept at a minimum. The fans of the Revolution DFX stay completely off unless the load exceeds 20%. Additionally, the fans provide high airflow without making too much noise.

RGB is extremely popular with PC gamers today, and the latest power supply does not disappoint in this department. The Revolution DFX has an ARGB side panel, allowing gamers to enjoy RGB through 14 included lighting modes.

For customers looking to buy a new powerful, ENERMAX has already released the 850W, 1050W, and 1200W options on the market. However, the higher-end 1350W and 1600W options will be released in Q3 2023.

The power supply also comes with an extensive 10-year warranty, and customers looking to learn more can head to the official website.

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