Enermax speaks of a small Revolution, a 650W SFX PSU

Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 4, 2017 - 05:49 PM |
Tagged: enermax, SFX PSU, 650W, revolution, modular psu, lepa

Perhaps the box looked a little empty when Enermax placed their SFX Revolution PSU into the packaging, so they filled up some of the empty space with a Lepa Boom wireless speaker for you to enjoy while assembling your machine. [H]ard|OCP didn't spend a lot of time reviewing the speaker as they were too busy investigating the first SFX PSU they have encountered from Enermax.  Overall this PSU passed every test they tossed at it and the price on the unit is favourably comparable to two 600W units [H] tested previously so if you are building a tiny machine that needs a good amount of juice then this review is worth looking into.

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"The small form factor segment has been hot for a while now when it comes to enthusiast PC builders and Enermax is entering the SFX fray today with the Revolution SFX 650W PSU. It touts fanless modes under 30% load, 100% Japanese capacitors, and complete flat flexible cables for easier routing in tight cases."

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Why does he get to play Deus Ex 3 already!?!

Subject: General Tech | May 11, 2011 - 03:57 PM |
Tagged: revolution, human, gaming, deus ex, Adam Jensen, 3

As further proof that no fairness exists in the universe, a lucky member of Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN has played the first 10 hours of Deus Ex:Human Revolution; not just once, but twice.  If you played the first incarnation then you are probably terrified that it will follow the awful path of the sequel; unless you've taken the Highlander fan stance and pretend that it never happened.  If you've only played the second ...

Anyways, head over as the news is not all bad, though the rampant cut scenes made the (p)reviewer want to do something that would effect his ability to reproduce rather than watch another one played.

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"Because I am the luckiest man alive, I spent this weekend playing the first ten hours of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, which is starting to look like it’ll be the biggest release of 2011. When I finished those ten hours, I went back and played them again, and have finally managed to compress my thoughts into a handy list of thoughts that’ll occur to you, too, as you play. Five reasons to be hugely excited Deus Ex 3 and five reasons to be knuckle-chewingly nervous await you below."

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