Enermax Announces Triathlor Power Supplies

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Marcus52

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[citation][nom]Non-Euclidean[/nom]+1 for less "Blinky Poser" PSUs![/citation]

Hah can you say "EVGA NEX"?

I wanted to love that PSU, being something of an EVGA fan, but the gimmicky rail switch and mediocre reviews meant I once again went to Enermax, and then Seasonic for another PSU purchase for another build. The only really good part is the 10-year warranty.

I hope Enermax also updates its top-end line, too. They are very nice, but still based on slightly older tech and could be even better. When you are directly competing with Seasonic and charging as much as Enermax charges, you need to produce near-perfection.
 

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I remember my Enermax Liberty 500W fondly; easily the most rock-solid PSU I've ever owned, and I only replaced it because I needed more power and the Corsair TX 720 was on sale. Looking at the Triathlor though, I'd be very happy to go back to Enermax for my next build. Seems like they've only gotten better over the years, and I, for one, appreciate the no-bling approach. A box of flashy components does not a happy fiancee make...
 
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