Enermax RevoBron 600W Gaming PSU Review


AC Input Voltage 100-240VAC, 47-63Hz
AC Input Current 9A-4.5A
Rated +3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 -12V +5Vsb
22A 18A 30A 30A 0.3A 2.5A
Combined 120W 600W (50A) 3.6W 12.5W
Total Power 600W
Peak Power 660W
Dimension 140(D) x 150(W) x 86(H) mm

The RevoBron 600W has two 12V lanes. Each has 30A what should be more than enough for most gaming computers. We have to remember this is a mainstream series but specification looks well enough to handle a high-end PC.

With rising demand on power-efficient components also typical PSU power is going down. It’s not always the case with the most expensive gaming computers but also here we can see that good quality 600W PSU is just perfect for high 8-core CPU and top graphics card. Expected wattage of this combo is about 450W.

Below is a more detailed info about the available cables. As we can see there is not an issue to install two high-performance graphics cards if we wish to.

Native Cables
24P MB
4+4P (8P) CPU
Modular Cables
6+2P (8P) PCI-E
4P Molex
FDD (adapter)


Package and its contents

The package is not much different than we are used seeing. It’s an average size box which is well-described. Actually, we don’t need the user’s manual but this is also included.

On the box is printed whole specification, product description, and all the connectors so we know what to expect inside. Except for the PSU and mentioned manual, there is also COOLERGENIE, fan controller, cable strips, modular cable pack, a pouch, and a power cord. Our version comes with an EU power cord but of course, any other version is also available.

Simply, the package contains everything you may need for your new PSU installation and even more.


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