I did find a few flaws with the D.F. series. Personally, I don’t like the “SLEEMAX” style of cables, this doesn’t affect the performance of the PSU, but I don’t like the aesthetics of them. I prefer a plain black sleeving. I also hope Enermax plans to be compatible with CableMod or PrimoChill in the near future. This would eliminate any sleeving problems and would allow complete customization. I also found at 500RPM that the fan was still loud, even with my system background noise.
The Platimax D.F. PSU does offer great build quality for the price. The included cable combs and organizers are a great addition to cable management. I may not like the design of the cables but they are a step in the right direction. This power supply had steady voltages and really looks great. The PSU was able to provide continuous, clean, stable power for my overclocking needs, and I would highly recommend this PSU for any enthusiasts or gamer. The Enermax Platimax D.F. 500W is available in November 2016 and has an MSRP of $139.99.