So today we are peeking at the Enermax Modu82+ II series power supply. The MODU82+ is modular with detachable cables. We are testing the 625W modular version, these PSUs however will be released in 425, 525 and 625W versions.
Let's first show some features courtesy of Enermax:
80PLUS® Bronze efficiency 84-88% efficiency at 230V and 20-100% load. 80PLUS® Bronze certified.
Intel ATX12V v2.3 Compliant with the latest desktop power supply design guide. Full support of most current CPU: Intel® Core 2 Duo/ Quad/ Extreme / i7 / i5 / i3 and AMD® Athlon 64X2/X4 or Phenom X3/X4.
Future ready and flexible All-round modular cable management. 10/12P sockets for possible connector changes of upcoming high-performance CPU and graphics card generations.
Stable and reliable Three high performance and massive 12V rails.
DXXI ready! Full support of most current DX11 graphics cards due to 6+2P (8P) connectors.
Full graphics power Supports SLI systems (Modu82+ II 525W/625W) and CrossFireX systems.
HeatGuard Keeping PSU fan running for 30-60 seconds after shut down to dissipate the remaining system heat and prolonging system lifetime.
SpeedGuard Patented fuzzy logic 12cm fan speed control for optimal cooling and minimum noise.
AirGuard Patented air-intake with optimal aero-dynamical design reduces noisy air turbulences.
SafeGuard Industry-leading octuple protection circuitry of OCP, OVP, AC UVP, DC UVP, OPP, OTP, SCP & SIP.
CordGuard Fixing the AC cord tightly to avoid accidental shutdowns of your PC.
Non-Stop @ 40°C Non-stop industrial class performance at 40°C/104°F ambient.
Worldwide compatibility 100-240V AC input with automatic adjustment and up to 99% active Power Factor Correction (PFC) for global usage.
ENERGY STAR 5.0 ready! Support computer system to meet ENERGY STAR 5.0 standard.
Dimensions (W x H x D) 150mm x 85mm x 140mm.
Warranty 3 years vendor warranty
Model / DC Output
With 625 Watts the PSU actually falls into the high-end category though Enermax markets it as a mid-range series. Although not exactly Kilowatt material, it most certainly is capable enough of running a dedicated high-end PC. Especially when you realize that Enermax always makes sure your power supply can have a higher peak wattage, this 625 Watt model for example can take 690 Watts. Enermax products never fail to disappoint in that aspect.
Included in the package you'll receive:
Modu82+ II power supply
Here's a handy overview of included modular cables based on model number.
If memory serves me right the PSU is not actually SLI certified, but regardless of that obviously it can easily take any SLI/Crossfire ready gear. We'll actually use 5 (!) GPUs today and they all work fine.
On the 625W model you'll receive no less than four 6/8-pin (DXX) headers for graphics cards and that is more than sufficient for any 2-way multi-GPU setup, especially with 25 Amps available on each of the three 12v rails.
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