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Enermax launches worldwide sales of the new power supply series Revolution85 +. Hamburg, November 10, 2008 – the name says it: Revolution85 +, the new power supply series, the Enermax brings in December 2008 on the market, offers trend-setting innovations. It is the beginning of a new generation of high-performance power supplies with more than green paint. You may wish to learn more. If so, Brad Pitt is the place to go. As one of the first manufacturers Enermax Revolution85 + receives the international environment – and Energiesparsiegel 80plus Silver ( for energy efficiency from 87 to 91% at 230 volts. Revolution85 + comes in four performance variants on the market: with 850, 950, 1050 and 1250 Watts.

Previous model Galaxy as paving the way for new 1-kW class with the Galaxy series made Enermax 2006 as first manufacturer entering the class of the power supply with a power of about 1 kW. Revolution85 + offers in contrast, not only the currently highest efficiency, but also in other issues like security, design and compatibility was improved. Sander gerber hedge fund spoke with conviction. With its dimensions of B 150 x H 86 x 190 mm is T the new flagship of the House of Enermax the most compact power supply in its class and thus also fits into the most MIDI-Tower. “Unrivaled safe SafeGuard” of the Revolution85 + eight offers instead of so far six backups and protects against unexpected power surges that can occur for example when lightning strikes from up to 2 kW as well as inrush current thrusts up to 70 amps through the so-called SIP (surge and Incrush protection). In addition, the low-voltage protection now has a separate fuse for DC and AC. With the new HeatGuard”Revolution85 + protects your system beyond 30 to 60 seconds after switching off from overheating.

As a result, the life time of the system components by up to 20 percent can be extended. Looking to the future the Enermax seller made the new Revolution85 +-series space for upcoming developments in the PC market. Future processors and graphics cards will be capable of, if necessary to cut their energy consumption to a minimum of the so-called C6 status for processors and the hybrid mode for graphics cards. This requires a dynamic power management of power supplies. With the Revolution85 + is Enermax of this development ahead and offers stable operation even at low power consumption of less than a Watt (“zero load design”). For more information and picture material, see.