Enermax and GeIL Deserve Computex Shout-outs: PSU and M.2 SSD Announcements
Companies that absolutely do not deserve to float under the radar seem to float under the radar sometimes. It could just be a matter of me following the wrong things. Regardless, I wanted to point out some really cool announcements that Enermax and GeIL had during the Computex event. Enermax rolled out some seriously excellent looking PSUs and GeIL had a mention of a new M.2 SSD that I absolutely want to know more about.
Enermax looks to be heavily expanding their PSU lineup, but I wanted to highlight the MaxTytan series here. These guys are rated at an 80 Plus Titanium efficiency which is pretty insane. They also have the Dust Free Rotation technology that reverses the fan for a brief period to help keep it clean. There’s quite a few features, but the one that really stood out was the real time, built-in wattage meter that tells you how much power you’re consuming. Whether you’re trying to monitor usage for your bills, or as a reviewer, it sound like a pretty handy feature. I’m assuming GeIL had the pictures of their new Shuttle series taken at Computex, but what’s interesting is the fact that they’re including a pretty hefty aluminum heatsink on the chips of their new M.2 NVMe SSD. The GeIL Shuttle speeds aren’t the fastest, but are certainly fast enough to make a huge improvement over traditional SATA SSDs.
There’s more details in articles linked below, but I’m always excited to see what Enermax and GeIL have in store for the market. Both companies seem to have exceptional quality (based on review experience) and they also have some extremely innovative designs that impress me a lot. Check out @ENERMAXGlobal and @GeILMemory on Twitter to find out more details on some great CLC designs and RGB RAM upgrades. This covers most of what we really wanted to highlight from Computex, but we’ll continue to bring you more news and reviews through the summer!