Enermax Infiniti 720w Modular PSU



Enermax have never been the kind of company to go for a mat black finish on their high end units and the Infiniti is certainly no exception. With its brushed aluminium gunmetal grey housing, the Infiniti oozes quality and would certainly be a great companion for any high-end brushed aluminium PC case.

Enermax Infiniti Bottom Enermax Infiniti Back

No Enermax PSU is complete without its trademark gold 'bling' fan grill and I certainly wasn't surprised to see it making a re-appearance on the Infiniti. Beneath the grill is the very same 135mm clear plastic fan found on the Galaxy series, which proved to be very quiet in our previous tests.

Around the back of the unit we can see Enermax's PowerGuard LED along with an inset reset button for silencing the PowerGuard's buzzer. As with most modern PSU's the Infiniti has the ability to auto-detect input voltage and switch between 110v/240v accordingly. Therefore, the back of the unit does not feature a voltage selector switch.

Enermax Infiniti 720w Side Enermax Infiniti 720w Front

Enermax Infiniti 720w Side

The front of the Infiniti sports 8 modular power connectors, 2 of which are dedicated to providing power to PCI-Express cards. Like many other modular units, Enermax have decided not to make the ATX and P4/EPS power cables modular.

The left-hand side of the unit is covered with the usual specifications sticker detailing the wattage output of the PSU across all of its 7 rails, with the right-hand side of the unit being a blank canvas apart from the embossed Enermax logo.

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Most Recent Comments

05-02-2007, 04:55:49

"Overclock3D have been given an exclusive chance to take a look at Enermax's latest PSU. Combining the features and stability of the Galaxy along with the size of the Liberty, will this PSU be able to impress?"


05-02-2007, 06:38:07

Mr. Smith
I have been eagerly awaiting this review since you sent me a sneaky preview

Firstly, quality review: all encapsulating.

I have to say I am extremely impressed and will no doubt in the coming months bite the bullet and purchase this psu once I have got my pelt settled in.

Nice job Enermax!Quote

05-02-2007, 06:43:07

Wow, looks like an awesome modular!Quote

05-02-2007, 07:31:23

That really does look like a great psu. I think that manufacturers should try and move away from plastic modular connectors, they look cheap imo Other than that though, a well deserved awardQuote

05-02-2007, 09:34:57

nice review, i just wish that enermax would take out the gold stripes in the sleeving, i have an enermax psu myself and it just annoys me.Quote

05-02-2007, 09:54:20

Originally Posted by name='ai_01'
nice review, i just wish that enermax would take out the gold stripes in the sleeving, i have an enermax psu myself and it just annoys me.
Totally agreed. I'm not a big fan of the gold bling as it doesn't really match anybody's PC's. I'd really like to see manufacturers making separate cable kits sleeved in a choice of colours.Quote

05-02-2007, 11:09:42

Looks like a sweet PSU, very good job by EnermaxQuote

05-02-2007, 18:42:10

Mmm, the Liberties larger brother . It looks awesome, and performs crazy-good!

Top knotch review too, XMS Quote

05-02-2007, 18:50:42

Very nice review XMS. Quote

05-02-2007, 19:23:33

Great review. Nice to see hardware that is "Cream of the Crop".Quote

14-02-2007, 13:33:02

looks pretty niceQuote

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