The plugs are six and five pin types, which are directional so
there is no chance of plugging cables in
With all the power
cables connected to the Enermax Infiniti 720W, the the cables occupy a lot
of space. Clearance around
the back of a power supply when it is installed in a
case is critical.
All the power supply cables with the Enermax Infiniti 720W are wrapped with wire loom to the first connector, and the ends zip tied and covered with heatshrink tubing.
Wire loom is flexible, and keeps cables together so
clutter is reduced.
The Enermax power supply has nine Serial ATA power connectors, nine 4-pin molex power connectors, two six pin PCI Express videocard power connectors, one eight pin PCI Express videocard power connector, a detachable ESP12V power connector and a molex to dual floppy power connector cable.
The main ATX power connector is ~50cm in length as are the rest of the other cables to the first connector on the daisy chain.
The molex cables
have the soft gripping pads that make pulling the plug
from the back of a hard drive or optical disk easy
on the fingers.
Enermax place a sticker on the eight pin PCI Express
power connector and the ESP12V line to differentiate the two. The Infiniti 720W power supply does not have enough power to support two flagship videocards, so this is why there is only one eight pin PCI Express power connector. The unit does have two 6-pin SLI power connectors, and Enermax have larger wattage power supplies for users who need two 8-pin connectors or more.
Now, let's break the warranty and show you what's inside this 720W power