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POWER SUPPLY UNITS

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 Galaxy 850W Review - Specifications


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    EGA850EWL

    AC input

    100-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 12A max  (Active PFC)

    DC output

    +3.3V

    +5V

    +12V1

    +12V2

    +12V3

    +12V4

    +12V5

    -12V

    +5Vsb

    For CPU

    For GPU/System/Drives

    30A

    30A

    17A

    17A

    17A

    17A

    17A

    0.6A

    6A

    200W

    408W (34A)

    408W(34A)

    7.2W

    30W

    Total Power

    850W

    Peak Power

    950W

    Features





    • 850 watts continuous power for ultra systems.
    • 816 watts 2V combined power for ultra CPUs and graphics. 
    • 24/7 @ 50C: non-stop full power by design and components.
    • 2007 EPS12V SSI compliant; world's first PSU compliant with upcoming 2007 EPS12V SSI design guide revision.
    • World's first five 12V rails 2007 EPS12V SSI specification for next-generation systems.
    • World's strongest +5Vsb output of 6A 2007 EPS12V SSI specification for next-generation systems and multiple USB devices.
    • Triple quad + 24: quad CPU, quad core, quad graphics, 24 drives simultaneously! 
    • 80-85% efficiency @ 20-100% load for the smallest electricity bills.
    • Modular connectors maximum SATA or IDE/SCSI drives (21+3 of free choice).
    • Silent and cool, thanks to 13.5 and 8cm dual fans.
    • Power guard; 4 alert modes on PSU status with reset button.
    • Triple transformer technology, the utmost in stability and power.
    • Dual tier minimum load design provides outstanding compatibility with upcoming multi-core processors.
    • Dual tier combined power total separation of CPU(s) from the rest of your system for maximum stability.
    • RAM power cable; world's first PSU with a dedicated RAM power cable to support next-generation 32-64GB RAM systems.
    • Active PFC and universal AC IN: run your GALAXY from 90-264VAC with automatic adjustment and active power factor correction.

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