Enermax have launched a new family of PSUs called MaxTytan, with the 800W model appearing for review on [H]ard|OCP. These PSUs feature Sleemax cabling, each wire is covered in fabric which does look nice but adds bulk to the wires. The cables plus the 80 PLUS Titanium rating add to the price, the MSRP is $200. That hurts the rating [H] provided as the power quality they saw in testing was good, but not great, and is somewhat more expensive than the competition. Drop by for the review, as the PSU provides decent power and a nice look for cases that expose components.
"Enermax pulls out a flagship with its MaxTytan PSU, this one rated at 800 watts. The MaxTytan PSU has some interesting features like its on-demand Dust Free Rotation fan system. It also comes with very "custom" looking SLEEMAX cable covers that wrap every single cable individually like you find in custom rigs. And huge Titanium efficiency!"
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- BitFenix Formula Gold 750 W @ TechPowerUp
- Seasonic FOCUS PLUS Gold & Platinum 750W @ [H]ard|OCP
- Bitfenix Formula Gold 750W @ Kitguru
- Enermax Platimax DF 1200W @ [H]ard|OCP
Is a MaxTytan meant for Epyc
Is a MaxTytan meant for Epyc processors or Ryzen processors?
Well, as long as they accept
Well, as long as they accept electricity?
It uses electrycyty.
It uses electrycyty.
Here is the Gigabyte MZ31-AR0
Here is the Gigabyte MZ31-AR0 (rev. 1.0) Epyc/SP3 single socket motherboard link and I see one 24 pin and 2, 8 pin, on that MB as one would expect for a MB supporting 128 PCIe lanes and so many PCIe slots. Go and have a look it’s an Extended ATX MB and has support for 2 10GB ethernet ports and one 1GB Ethernet port plus a whole lot of other workstation related features not found on consumer MBs.
This reviewed Power Supply is probably not for any server/workstation usage if you need any redudency but if you are maybe wanting this for a home workstation usage then just look up the necesary wattage needed for your build(CPU, GPU/s other cards power draw) and what the motherboard will require for its needs. So that’s one 24 pin and 2 8 pin connectors worth of power to MB and PCIe lanes/slot’s PCIe specification power delivery and whatever other PCIe cards(GPU’s/other cards) will get their own power plugs in addition to what the board has to provide.
If I where a home based Graphic Design business doing some contract graphics work and using 3D rendering and other 2d post image processing I’d get a redundent power supply and not this one as losing a 5+ hour long rendering run on a tight deadline based contract would not be good for business if any deadline was missed due to power issues, throw in a UPS and a home power generator also for the home based studio.
It really depends on the over all power needs of the MB/PCIe slots and whatever GPU/Other PCIe based cards power needs are for what ever workload the PC is going to be used for. And Redundent power supplies are necessary as well as UPS where workloads started can not be interrupted or income could be lost.
So most Server/Workstation builds in use for professional workloads need that redundency(power supply) and some UPS power backup until the generator/s kick in. Even on a home pased graphics business where deadlines missed can be very damaging to the income and business reputation.
MZ31-AR0 (rev. 1.0)”