CeBIT 2009 - Part 4

Enermax's Booth

Enermax's Booth

 What's cooking at Enermax's Booth?

 Surprisingly, a big part of their focus besides power supplies, were actually fans!

 These are their new Apollo casing fans (ignore the Everest and Cluster fan labels which are not shown in this photo). The Apollo is the most expensive of their casing fans and it incorporates three great features. Firstly, the fan blades and frame bear a new metallic coating for the sparkling finish and offers corrosion protection. Secondly, the fan uses Twister bearing technology (a nano magnetic design, more on this later) for extremely long life span and detachable blades for easy cleaning. Last but not least, the cool lighting you see - Enermax calls it Apollo lighting effect and it is really better than any LED lighting effect we've seen to date. There are 12 LED lights in total per fan.

 Here's more info of the Twister bearing technology and its benefits.

 This is a new mid-tower chassis by Enermax called Helios. It's a typical design internally and the fancy LED fan you see in the front is that of the Apollo case fan.

 Over on the PSU side of things, the EVO Galaxy series of power supplies (as shown here), is their most powerful offering with ratings up to 1250 watts. It is even 80 Plus Bronze certified.

 The new Revolution 85+ series is as named, can reach efficiencies of 85% and higher. It is 80 Plus Silver certified. It is available with rating up to 1050 watts and a 1.25KW version is available later.

 This is the Eco80+ series, which has a rated efficiency of up to 86% and according to Enermax the world's most silent PSU thanks to the use of the Magma Twister bearing fan. Available in ratings of 350W to 620W.

 Over here, Enermax is showing off how tough their Revolution 85+ PSUs are. Temperatures within this closed demo are over 95 degrees Celsius and the PSU is working fine all day.