This PSU behemoth delivers up to 1800W of power with 230V input, but is it worth the hefty price tag?
Enermax promises great thermal performance and flashy good looks for $165.99. Unfortunately, there are several issues with this chassis.
If you're looking for a 240mm AIO cooler that performs well and is loaded with lights, the Enermax LIQFusion 240 RGB should be on your short list.
Here's one of the few closed-loop coolers designed specifically for AMD's Ryzen Threadripper CPUs...let's test it!
Enermax enters the open-loop cooling component market with an RGB-lit pump and reservoir combo. We took it for a spin.
With straightforward good looks and no-frills lighting, the ETS-T50 Axe provides solid cooling performance for most modern CPU platforms at a reasonable price.
The Platimax D.F. 1200W serves as its family's flagship, featuring 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency and Enermax's special Dust Free Rotation technology.
Enermax managed to take a Micro-ATX board and stuff it into a Mini-ITX sized case. Today we’re putting it to the test to find out if less is actually more.
The Enermax Ostrog Lite is an inexpensive, entry-level, mid-tower chassis with great looks and some high-end features.
Enermax recently released its first SFX line of PSUs. Currently, the family includes 2 members featuring 550W & 650W capacity. Today we're testing the flagship.
The Ostrog Advance (Ostrog ADV) offers traditional features with modern bling. Let's see how this mid-tower case performs.
The Enermax D.F. 500W is a fully modular PSU featuring high efficiency, quiet operation, and individually sleeved cables. But are those enough to justify its premium price tag?
Enermax recently released a successor to the Revolution X't line and the new models are made by CWT, featuring 80 PLUS Gold efficiency, Japanese caps and a quality fan. Today, we're testing the ERX750AWT model.