Several years ago when power supplies were not a real consideration in a computer system, there were few manufacturers that had a product line aimed at a budding new group calling themselves "enthusiasts". Enermax, however, was one of those few. Today, when power supplies are no longer being taken for granted, Enermax is still there offering up power supplies to a much larger group still calling themselves "enthusiasts".
One of the company's latest offerings is the Liberty series power supply, which is what we'll be taking a look at today. With a power rating listed at 620 watts, it should be able to handle anything that we can throw at it, but we'll go at it like normal and see if this is fact or fiction. After all, an excellent reputation is a good thing for a manufacturer, but we still need to see if this new model has what it takes to live up to it.
So kick back for a little bit as we delve into the newest PSU to wear the Enermax moniker, the Liberty EL620AWT.
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