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LEPA Reveals a Trio of New PSU Series

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Lepa has announced three new series of power supplies.

LEPA technology has announced a new series of power supplies: the GM-MaxGold, the GM-MaxBron, and the MX F1. The three series include a lineup of 80 Plus Gold power supplies, 80 Plus Bronze power supplies, as well as a non-certified series of units.

The GM-MaxGold units feature up to 92 percent efficiency and come in models ranging from 500 W to 1000 W. They have a hybrid modular cabling design, a fan with a hydraulic bearing, as well as a single powerful 12 V rail. They also carry all the safety features that we can expect from a modern-day power supply. This series is also fully-compatible with Intel's 4th generation of core series processors.

LEPA's GM-MaxGold series will come in versions ranging from 450 W to 1000 W, though they will feature up to 88 percent efficiency. They possess the same cabling, fan, and 12 V rail design as the GM-MaxGold, but there was no mention of Haswell compatibility.

The last lineup, the MX F1 series, comes in 350 W, 400 W, and 600 W versions. Consumers will be given an option of either a 115 Vac model or a 230 Vac model, depending on the region. The units have a fan with a hydraulic bearing as well as an extended EPS connector for use in larger enclosures.

At the time of writing there was no word yet on pricing or availability.

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    ko888 , September 18, 2013 10:53 AM
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    ... LEPA's GM-MaxGold series will come in versions ranging from 450 W to 1000 W, though they will feature up to 88 percent efficiency. They possess the same cabling, fan, and 12 V rail design as the GM-MaxGold, but there was no mention of Haswell compatibility.


    If you navigate to LEPA's web page for the MaxGold Series it definitely states "Intel Haswell Support by DC-DC".

    The MaxBron Series also states Intel Haswell Support.

    Both the GM-MaxGold and MaxBron Series use Guangdong Yue-Lin Electrical Technology Co., Ltd. as the OEM. It appears that this is the first time that they've used this particular OEM.

    The MX F1 Series doesn't claim any Haswell support. The 450/550/650 Watt models made by CWT appear to be 200-240VAC input only. The 350/400/500/600 Watt models are 115/230VAC input.

    They are available on Newegg.com so availability is right now and pricing is also shown.