Overall the build quality of the Triathlor is good with a decent external design and quality braided cables used. We also get a solid chassis with no noticeable quality issues. Inside the unit is packed with components with plenty of nice touches such as protective covers, cable ties and adhesive used as required. The components used are of a good standard although we would have liked to see all 105°C capacitors rather than a mix. On the plus side this is another Enermax unit which features a cable mixing SATA and Molex plugs which we like.
Performance wise we have a PSU which does well in each test. Noise levels are particularly good and temperatures impress for the market segment. As with many Enermax units the ripple figures are solid and the PSU easily meets the 80 Plus bronze efficiency levels.
So that brings us to value which we will update as Enermax release the unit to market.