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Enermax EG-365P-VE PSU Review - Enermax EG-365P-VE PSU Review
Mon Apr 23, 2001 | 7:13P| PermaLink
"The Enermax EG-365P-VE comes packaged nicely, in that bubble wrap, to help make sure your PSU arrived unscathed. Since you're paying a premium for one of these, that's definitly a requirement! In addition, a manual (in several languages), clearly outline the specifications and outputs of the PSU. To finish it up, an AC power cord and 4-coarse threaded screws are provided. Although one shouldn't need a manual to install/use a power supply, it's nice to see one included. The trademark of the Enermax's is the dual-fan design, and Enermax has kept this in the EG-365P-VE. The rear 80mm fan is thermally-controlled, meaning it will spin faster as the temperature around it increases. The lower 92mm fan's blades are made of semi-clear (translucent?) plastic allowing visibility into the PSU. This configuration is sure to make sure that the PSU itself does not overheat. Whether the dual-fan design helps in cooling down your system depends on your configuration. A well-ventilated system is unlikely to see as large a difference in temperature than one that wasn't, before installation of the Enermax. As you can tell, the fan grilles now have a golden-colour to them, making it look 'nicer' in your system."

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