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Enermax Revolution 1050W - Still good by today's standards?

post #1 of 8
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I have an opportunity to purchase a new Enermax Revolution 1050W for a great price.

My current x750 runs my system perfectly fine but I've always liked the aesthetics of the revolution and there is a chance I will upgrade to SLi 580 3gbs in the not too distant future.

The revolution was one of the top dogs a few years ago but I'm wondering how it stacks up to the new PSUs these days.

New doesn't always mean better as evident by even the new revisions of the revolution. The update to the 1050W (1020W) was worse in terms of performance.

Obviously, some PSUs like the AX1200 will probably be better but I'm trying to balance the price and performance. I can get the Enermax at about 50% the AX1200 price.

Thanks in advance for any thoughts or suggestions.
 
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Its still a great PSU, would get one my self if I could find one for a good price.
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post #3 of 8
Yes, the Enermax 1050 is still a great PSU. I own the 1250W version and I love it.
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post #4 of 8
yeah its still good and still slaps the hx1000/hx1050
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post #5 of 8
You can get away with running SLI on your power supply. But if you like it, then it is great for that price.
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post #6 of 8
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Yea, b/c the x750 is a great psu, I'd prob be able to handle a couple of 580s with a mild overclock, but I really like the looks of the revolution and I can sell my x750 to recoup some of the cost.

Thanks everyone and repped.
 
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post #7 of 8
Jump on that! I have an old Enermax Galaxy DXX 1000w that's STILL KICKIN in my Rig. My QX6850 is HUNGRY! LOL

Enermax Galaxy/Revolutions are SWEET!
post #8 of 8
I'm not sure if you are aware but Enermax just came out with their new PSU line. It's another 5% or so more efficient than the revolution lineup. The only problem I had with my revolution PSU was the fan. It had a little bearing noise but nothing terrible. My computer is so silent that it was just barely noticeable. Instead of RMAing it I just opened it up (voided the warrantly) and replaced the fan with a spare 140mm fan I had.

I guess that shows how much I trust Enermax though. I honestly had no worries about voiding the warranty because I trust that I wont need the warranty.
    
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