Enermax Liberty 620w Modular ATX PSU

Appearance

Appearance

Sprayed in a jet black gloss complete with gold metallic flakes, the Enermax Liberty doesn't look like your average power supply. To get the best effect from the Liberty's paint job you definitely need to have it near bright lights, as in lower light conditions the metallic flakes are not very visible. The overall finish of the Liberty is very good, but not on par with the paintwork you'd see on a car. As you can see in the pictures below, it does have an 'orange-peel' effect to it.

Liberty 620w Front Liberty 620w Top

As with just about all power supplies that make use of a 120mm fan, the Liberty has a honeycomb mesh front which allows for the hot air passed over the components by the fan to exit out the back of your case. We can also see by the lack of a voltage selection switch that the Liberty PSU is able to auto detect the input voltage and switch accordingly.

The 120mm fan mounted in the top of the unit is protected by a gold fan grill which sports the Enermax logo. Personally I like gold fan grills and believe it to go well with the rest of the power supply, but I can imagine readers having a big divide on this opinion.

Liberty 620w Side Liberty 620w Side

The most disappointing thing about all good looking power supplies, is that the only side visible from inside your case is the very same side covered with a large specifications sticker. It would have been nice if Enermax could have placed the sticker around the other side and made the side with the embossed Enermax logo visible.

Liberty 620w Back Liberty 620w Back

The back of the Liberty 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.
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Most Recent Comments

19-07-2006, 06:51:52

JN
With more and more modular power supplies coming into the market, will Enermax be able to produce something that stands out from the rest? We find out..

HERE

19-07-2006, 09:16:20

FragTek
Looks as if they've done a decent job with this one! Nice review Jim.

19-07-2006, 09:20:27

JN
Cheers Frag. I was quite impressed with the unit - deffo worth considering for a modular supply.

19-07-2006, 09:21:02

FragTek
Good to see Enermax kicking it up a notch.

19-07-2006, 09:40:56

Raging
nice reveiw

19-07-2006, 10:21:45

NickS
Mmm.. nice review, nice PSU .

19-07-2006, 14:02:13

ai_01
i have the 550W version of the Liberty.. i personally love mine.

19-07-2006, 16:39:41

WC Annihilus
There is no 550W Liberty I actually have a 500W myself that needs to get sold...
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