Enermax NAXN 850W Power Supply Review

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Enermax have earned a solid reputation as one of the leading power supply manufacturers and they have recently launched a new series of units aimed at the entry level marketplace. These power supplies are rated between 350w and 850w and have been designed for a wide range of applications such as basic office PC use and high end gaming systems.

Today we are looking at the high end NAXN 850W model which has been created with high demand gamers firmly in mind. It is a 80 Plus Bronze Certified power supply with a modular design for clean cable management, and is supplied with a silent 120mm fan. It is also ErP Lot 6 ready.

naxn Enermax NAXN 850W Power Supply Review

  • 80 PLUS® Bronze efficiency
    Up to 88% efficiency at 230V and 20-100% load. 80 PLUS® Bronze certified.
  • 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.
  • DXXI ready!
    Full support of most current DX11 graphics cards due to min. four 6+2P (8P) connectors.
  • Full graphics power
    Supports SLI systems 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.
  • Non-Stop @ 40°C
    Non-stop industrial class performance at 40°C/104°F ambient.
  • ENERGY STAR 5.0 ready!
    Support computer system to meet ENERGY STAR 5.0 standard.
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Enermax NAXN 850W Power Supply Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Paulie

    I always buy enermax, this is my next PSU purchase.

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  • Davith

    I think thats the same fan that was in the OCZ 1000W PSU I bought years ago. it was quite quiet.

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  • Vic

    Interesting, especially warranty terms ive been looking into this today and many manufacturers vary from 1 year to 8 years!

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  • Frank

    Enermax are normally very expensive, this seems slightly better priced

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  • Larey

    Enermax don’t make it that’s why its cheaper, its their badge just

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  • Joseph

    I have always owned enermax power supplies, they are very reliable.

    I am sure others are, but I tend to stick with a company if I get a good experience

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  • Ben

    This is really nice, and the price is good. shall bookmark it for the summer when I upgrade. unless something else better comes out at 110-120.

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