One of Enermax's goals when designing a product is that quality comes first. In every power supply of theirs that I have looked at in the past, this has always held true. This holds true even in their lower-end offerings; the Enermax Revolution X't 630W is a prime example. The only piece of this unit that we can find that isn't of superior quality are the Taiwanese capacitors on the secondary side of the unit.
From a performance perspective, the Revolution X't 630W is every bit of what you'd expect from Enermax and a 600W-700W unit meant for those seeking something more out of a unit without breaking the bank. Voltage regulation proved to be within 2%-3% depending on the rail you look at. The DC output quality suffers a tiny bit due to the Taiwanese capacitors, but the unit is still well within ATX specifications and shouldn't cause you any issues whatsoever.
The only thing that I'd like to see different with this unit is that it be fully modular. This is a very minor complaint, especially given that the only connectors that are natively wired are those that are going to be required.
For a single Benjamin though, it is hard to fault this unit as that extra bit of modularity costs a fraction more. Considering this unit is competing in the most cluttered market segment of power supplies, cost is very important and it is easy to see why it was left out, since every cent matters here.
Product Summary Breakdown
|Quality including Design and Build||88%|
|Bundle and Packaging||90%|
|Value for Money||90%|
|Overall TweakTown Rating||90%|
The Bottom Line: Enermax's Revolution X't 630W PSU is an excellent mix of price, features, and performance that you simply can't go wrong with.
PRICING: You can find the Enermax Revolution X't ATX 630 Watt Power Supply ERX630AWT for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
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