Enermax Galaxy 1000w Quad-SLI ATX PSU

Specifications

Specifications

The following information has been taken directly from Enermax's website:

• 1000 Watts
Continous power for the most extreme systems 900 Watts
900 Watts
12V combined power for the most extreme CPU’s and graphics
24/7 @ 50°C
Non-stop full power @ 50°C by design and components
2007 EPS12V Compliant
World's first PSU compliant with upcoming 2007 EPS12V design guide revision
World’s First Five 12V Rails
2007 EPS12V specification for next-generation systems
World’s Strongest +5Vsb Output of 6A
2007 EPS12V specification for next-generation systems and multiple USB devices.
Triple Quad + 24
Quad CPU
Quad Core
Quad Graphics
24 Drives Simultaneous!
80-85% Efficiency
@ 20-100% load for the lowest electricity bills
Modular Connectors
Maximum SATA or IDE/SCSI drives (21+3 of free choice)
Silent & Cool
By 13.5 & 8cm dual fans
Power Guard
4 alert modes on PSU status with reset button
Triple Transformer Technology
The utmost in stability & power
Dual Tier Minimum Load Design
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 & Universal AC IN
Run your GALAXY from 90-264VAC with automatic adjustment and active power factor correction

Specs

Without a doubt the Galaxy has some features not found on any other power supplies at present. It would certainly seem that Enermax have taken a look at the requirements of the future PC and incorporated some of the features that are going to be needed to power the next generation computer systems.

As we can see on the sheet above, the Galaxy has a total of five +12v rails each rated at 17a. Initially I thought this was slightly worrying as future graphics cards are set to far in excess of 17a, however Enermax haver cleverly allowed the rails to 'combine forces' avoiding the issue.

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Most Recent Comments

14-12-2006, 08:32:03

llwyd
nice review and a pretty hefty psu. i see you point about the pre-fixed cables making it half modular but what 1000W pc wouldn't use all those cables anyway lolQuote

14-12-2006, 08:38:54

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='llwyd'
nice review and a pretty hefty psu. i see you point about the pre-fixed cables making it half modular but what 1000W pc wouldn't use all those cables anyway lol
Yeah exactly. It would have been near impossible to impliment a sturdy modular system with all of those cables and remain 100% modular.Quote

14-12-2006, 08:53:07

Ham
That thing is huge....Quote

14-12-2006, 10:02:39

FarFarAway
Looks nice but I'd still buy a PCP&CQuote

14-12-2006, 10:52:38

underclocker
now thats a Power Supply!!!!

no no no get out of my head I've spent far too much already

Great review as always guys.Quote
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