Apart from new CPU coolers, Enermax also introduced new power supplies. A 1700 W model has been added to the Platimax series and the Pro82+ and Modu82+ PSUs will be succeeded by the Triathlor and Triathlor FC. These new additions all feature the 80 Plus Bronze label and will be available in several capacities.
Most impressive is the new Platimax, which has a 200 watts higher capacity than its predecessor. Enermax does admit that the market for 1700 watt power supplies is a niche and that one of the main reasons for introducing such a power supply is marketing, Enermax says.
Specifics weren't mentioned on the Platimax 1700W, but it's likely that they're similar to the details of the 1500W version. That PSU is 80 Plus Platinum compliant, which Enermax has dubbed "90 Plus". The components are kept cool by a 139 mm Twister fan. Technologies such as HeatGuard, which makes the fan spin 30 to 60 seconds after system shutdown are undoubtedly present.
The other news is that Enermax will phase out its cheaper power supplies, positioned in the Pro82+ and Modu82+ series. As a replacement, the manufacturer introduces the Triathlor and Triathlor FC. The main difference between the two is the FC suffix, which stands for Flexible Cable. In practice this means that the FC supplies are modular, while the regular Triathlor are not.