Enermax Infiniti 720w Modular PSU
Published: 5th February 2007 | Source: Enermax | Price: |
Just over a month ago I was given the opportunity to review the Enermax Galaxy 1kw PSU. The unit performed amazingly well in the OC3D tests and obtained our Editors Choice award along with a really respectable 96% final score.
For me, there was only one small downfall with the Galaxy - its enormous size. Those of us with full-tower cases and plenty of space around the PSU area certainly wouldn't have any problems, but for people like me with a fully packed-out case, squeezing the Galaxy inside would require much more than a shoe-horn and some petroleum jelly.
Enermax have always been innovators, and one of the very few companies that actually design and build their own PSU's. For this reason it's no surprise to see them answering consumers demands by producing a power supply that combines some of the Galaxy's award winning features inside a standard ATX sized casing. Are Enermax on to a winner? Let's find out..
Packaging is an area where Enermax never fails to impress. All of the previous Enermax products I've reviewed here on Overclock3D have shown originality, attention to detail and most importantly good protection for the item contained within.
In addition to this, Enermax have also printed information on two of the Infiniti's more unique features: Coolguard (a system that keeps your fans running after the PC has been turned off) and PowerGuard (an LED and Buzzer system that warns of any potential issues with the unit).
You can expect to find the following items inside the box:
• Enermax Infiniti PSU
• Pack of modular cables.
• Infiniti manual and leaflets
• ATX screws
• Power cord
• Enermax Stickers
• Molex > 2x Floppy power adapter.