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Thursday, October 12, 2006
The Aurora is a low profile black anodised aluminium keyboard with a very fine brushed finish. At 1.kg this is no lightweight portable unit, it's designed to stay on your desk and look good...and it does. A silver, base finish model is also available and goes by the name "Crystal"
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Sunday, September 24, 2006
Enermax is a very well-known PSU maker in the computer industry. Their new Galaxy 850W EGA850EWL maintains the standard that Enermax has been known for - rock solid performance. Furthermore, it has taken the computer power supply into the next level. Everything about this PSU, all the way from the polished exterior finish, the modular and native connector, PowerGuard, to the inside components - dual transformer and five 12V rails, are features that makes EGA850EWL the PSU to buy.
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Monday, August 21, 2006
This is a really nice keyboard, let down by a high asking price of 58.69 and the poor quality audio connectors and cables. If you're using onboard sound and mediocre headphones, this won't be a huge issue and it is certainly useful for in-game conversations and Skype, but if you value your audio quality, you'll probably avoid the added connectivity.
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Monday, August 07, 2006
Producing a thousand watts, possessing five twelve volts rails and supporting quad GPUs is only a fraction of what the Galaxy has to offer an end-user when wanting the best available components for his or her system.
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Thursday, August 03, 2006
Enermax, so far rather a well-known size in the range of power packs, housings, exhausts and accessories, continues to itself dare a step and goes into that hard contested market of the input devices. With the keyboard Aurora presents a noble piece of optics, which in things processing and ergonomics set yardsticks are to Enermax.
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Thursday, May 04, 2006
As computer software becomes more complex and more refined, the file size tends to increase. So as computer users we have to move to bigger hard drives and multiple hard drives. Since some cases can only support a few hard drives this can present a slight problem for those that need a bit of extra space. However, to make it possible to have that bit of extra space you can opt for an external drive. Again though, this presents problems. How do you protect that ever so important HD? Well there are many companies that offer external HD enclosures, but none perhaps as established as Enermax, the kings of the PSU. How will their experience port over to a different type of hardware? Let's find out...
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Friday, March 31, 2006
Its obvious that this PSU has everything you could need in a PSU. Its rails are some of the sturdiest I have ever seen, it looks phenominal with its jet black paint job and gold flecked fan grill and internal heatsinks. The size of some of its cabling was a bit of a bother, but the Pros for this PSU far overshadow this very minor detail. All in all, I would highly reccommend this PSU to anyone who is running a powerful rig, this 620w powerhouse will not let you down...
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Sunday, March 19, 2006
With the growing popularity of hardcore systems running Crossfire and SLI setups, comes the problems of providing enough power to the system. With a lot of companies producing high wattage power supplies, some still lack the necessary ampere of the 12 volt rails. I have many power supplies in my work space that provide a max of about 16 to 18 volts. Our newest test subject provides 22A to each of dual 12 volt rails. The Enermax 701AX packs a lot of power in a small metal box...
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Thursday, January 12, 2006
The Laureate offers many solutions, most of which I probably have not even imagined. One thing is for certain, if you have some spare optical drives you want to put to better use, this is the way to go. Another idea to consider is if you have a laptop this could be handy as this would help you in those times when you need that second drive for burning, watching movies, or listening to music while the laptop drive is in use...
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Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Where PSUs have failed me in the past, the Enermax Liberty 400W PSU was a much needed solution. It looks fantastic, works fantastic, and best of all - its modular. Seeing as this is a development still being developed, the Liberty definitely took a step up even from my expectations. Seeing as many people, myself included, consider the power supply as the lifesource of the computer, its important to feel confident in the power supply you purchase...
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Saturday, November 12, 2005
Enermax have done a good solid job here. There is no mucking about with this PSU; quiet, sleek, easy to use and gets the job done. Modular cables are becoming a regular sight these days and not much to scream about any more, but still a very good idea and not one that Enermax have ignored. The possible inconvenience of the SATA and IDE connectors being together on all cables is outweighed by the very handy cable pouch. All round this PSU just screams quality to me - just looking at it, I feel a bit safer about my PC being supplied clean reliable power, and that has been proved in testing. All round I can highly recommend the Liberty 500W...
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Sunday, October 23, 2005
The thing to remember here is that a 500W power supply, if engineered well can power very high-end systems without a problem, and the Liberty certainly qualifies there. The Liberty series is a great effort from Enermax. The 120mm design is a bold move away from there traditional design and I for one applaud this long overdue change. Noise levels have been minimally decreased over the Noisetaker series, too, and that's not an easy thing to achieve...
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Tuesday, October 18, 2005
When Enermax releases a new power supplies onto the market, you know that you are going to get a quality part. From the Whisper line to the Noisetaker unit, Enermax has not disappointed us yet. And with the release of the new Liberty line of power supplies, I am sure the quality is there. Boasting modular cables and a dark metallic paint job you are in for a treat. And our model puts out 620 watts of pure power...
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For about $50 the Mesh is not a bad deal. A good budget product from a well respected manufacturer. For system builders that build low cost systems this case is worthy of a look. It can save on time and cost. And it looks a whole lot better than those plain beige cases that you would normally be found in this price range. With that been said there are a thing or two that was not so great about the Mesh. One is the lack of power connections. There are no SATA power plugs and it lacked regular four pin connectors. But then again this is a low cost tower not aimed at the extremist. So we will judge it as that...
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Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Judging by looks and features alone this power supply is a winner in my book, not to mention the stability of the voltages in my application. Assuming that production models ship with the clip-off pins on the ATX connector rather than having to purchase a seperate adapter cable, I am sure that Enermax has another winner to add to their popular line of power supplies. The price is a bit steep, but when you consider the cost of the components in your high-end gaming rig and couple that with the fact that you will want stable voltages to protect them, I think the investment is worthwhile...
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