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Enermax Galaxy 850W Review
By: Mike Mackenzie
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    2007-02-28

    Table of Contents:
  • Enermax Galaxy 850W Review
  • Package Contents
  • Specifications
  • A Closer Look at the Enermax Galaxy
  • Installation of the Galaxy
  • Testing the Galaxy
  • Conclusion

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    Enermax has been producing power supplies for a long time. It has a reputation for cutting edge development. Today, we're going to review the Galaxy 850W and see if it lives up to that reputation.

    Introduction

    Power supplies are becoming one of the most critical components in computer systems, with the next generation of hardware requiring increasingly more power. There is a need for more efficient and higher wattage power supplies with additional 12v rails. High end quad core processors will require dual twelve volt rails to ensure stability; high end motherboards with dual PCI Express graphics cards will more than likely require their own rails, and additional rails will be needed for peripherals.

    Enermax has been producing power supplies for over 15 years, and has been a leader in development of power supplies. Most recently it was the first company to produce a power supply with five 12 volt rails. The Galaxy is the first PSU to be compliant with the upcoming 2007 EPS12V design standard. With innovations and future compatibility, why wouldn't you want an Enermax power supply?

    Today were taking a look at the Enermax Galaxy 850W power supply unit. This massive power supply unit is the world's first PSU to have five 12v rails, and to be compliant with the new 2007 EPS 12V standard. Not only is it a power house, it's packed with features like native and modular sleeved power leads, huge 135mm and 80mm fans, a beautiful paint finish, and the ability to power a huge complement of components. With all these features, the Enermax Galaxy is one of the best power supplies on the market.

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