Ask any computer enthusiast to list a quality manufacturer of power supplies and Enermax will almost always be amongst those listed, and with good reason. Enermax consistently delivers excellence to consumers and that is how they have excelled in becoming one of the top power supply manufacturers around. Enermax strives to keep ahead of the competition in both features and performance.
The new MODU87+ 800W power supply that we have on the bench today promises to provide us with exceptional output and is rich with features. It is SLI, CrossfireX and 80 Plus Gold certified and even promises to be future ready with the implementation of their 12-pin connectors for future GPU's. Continue reading to find out more about the MODU87+ from Enermax.
Specifications, Availability and Pricing
Enermax has outfitted the MODU87+ 800W power supply with four 12V rails which are capable of pushing almost the entire load of PSU, maxing out at 792W. Those with power hungry video cards will find plenty of power here. How the rails are split up is a mystery at this point, but we will track that down once we take a peek inside. Enermax is known for some odd rail layouts, but always manages to make everything work quite well.
Short of being 100% modular like the SilverStone ST1000-P we recently reviewed, Enermax has every feature that you could begin to imagine including eight forms of power protection, a twister bearing fan that runs as low as 330 RPM for reduced noise, HeatGuard to keep the fan running after system shutdown to reduce PSU temps faster, a 50C rating to ensure stability at high loads for extended periods of time, and CordGuard to prevent accidental disconnection of the AC power cord. If you can think of it, Enermax gives it to you with the MODU87+ 800W power supply. All of this comes at an MSRP price of $249. 99 and is backed by a 5-year warranty.
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