Enermax Infiniti EIN720AWT (720W)
The next model comes from the Infiniti series. And while the Galaxy DXX 850W is the junior model in its series, the Infiniti 720W is, on the contrary, the senior model in its.
The text on the box informs you that the Infiniti series can work with three graphics cards (150W each) and 18 hard disk drives. I don’t think there are many users among us who wouldn’t be satisfied with that.
The Infiniti series PSUs have standard dimensions. There won’t be installation related problems even in compact system cases. Comparing it with the Galaxy, the PSU lacks a second fan and a protection reset button, but the status indicator is present still.
The back panel offers two connectors for graphics card cables and six connectors for other peripherals. The connectors differ in color and keys, so you cannot plug something wrong.
The internal design is typical for a modern PSU: active PFC, one transformer, and dedicated voltage regulation. The component density is so high that it is hard to read the markings.
I have no gripes about the quality of assembly.
One capacitor from Hitachi is installed at the PSU’s input. JP CE-TUL capacitors are installed at the output (the manufacturer is so obscure that I didn’t even find its website).
The PSU is cooled by one 135mm fan, the same as in the above-discussed Galaxy DXX (Globe Fan RL4T B1352512MB-3M).