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Enermax MODU 82+ 625W

Enermax MODU 82+ 625W

The Unit

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The Modu 82+ is a standard size ATX unit which Enermax is clearly trying to make as attractive as possible, this series is aimed towards modders and other enthusiasts who consider aesthetics to be a primary concern. The chassis of the unit is painted a matte titanium grey color which is very smooth and quite resistant to scratches while the protective grill of the fan is gold. Enermax have placed the sticker with the electrical specifications of the unit at the top of the chassis, hiding it from sight when looking at the interior of the case from windowed side panels. The name of the series is etched at the sides of the unit but without any information which could reveal the specific model of the series, such as the unit’s rated output.

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The rear of the Enermax Modu 82+ is entirely perforated for the warm air to escape outside the system’s case. There is nothing of interest at the rear of the unit apart from the simple rocker on/off switch. At the front you can see the eight connectors for the modular cables, six for Molex/SATA cables and two for PCIe devices.

It is interesting to note that the two PCIe connectors have 10 pins each while the largest PCIe connector currently has 8 pins. With these connectors Enermax are attempting to ensure their Modu 82+ units are future-proof, just in case manufacturers need to release PCIe cards with 10-pin connectors due to ever rising graphics card power consumption figures.

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Behind the golden grill Enermax have placed one clear bladed 120mm fan. The fan is re-branded to an Enermax model and we notice that it is a dual ball bearing fan and from the amperage rating of 0.3A we can guess that its maximum rotational speed is in the 1400-1700RPM range.

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The heatsinks used in the Enermax Modu 82+ 625W unit are exactly the same with every other Modu 82+ and Pro 82+ unit in terms of both shape and size. They appear to be small even for the weakest units of the series, however they should be adequate for the 625W Modu 82+, as the very high efficiency of the unit minimizes any thermal losses. While the heatsinks of the unit are the same of the rest of the series and the basic design is similar, the main components differ. The Modu 82+ 625W unit has two fairly large Matsushita capacitors and an oversized transformer at the primary side feeding all of the lines. The secondary side capacitors are made by Nippon Chemi-Con, making this unit an all-Japanese affair.

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