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Lepa Announces Three Entry-Level PSUs, One Premium PSU

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US

Lepa has released four new PSUs.

Lepa has introduced four new PSUs: three that are the first of the MX-F1 series of PSUs and one that is a new MaxGold PSU.

The MX-F1 series PSUs are built to be affordable entry-level PSUs with a solid appearance. As the F1 part in the name would indicate, the units look like F1 cars… Well, that's probably a bit of a stretch of the imagination. They have decals. The units are up to 87 percent efficient, with a minimum efficiency of 82 percent when plugged in to the 230 V grid. It is unclear whether they have an 80 Plus certificate, though based on the manufacturer only quoting efficiency levels on the EU power grid, there's a good chance that it doesn't.

The MX-F1 series of PSUs are available in 400 W, 500 W, and 600 W variants, with pricing set at €35, €40, and €45, respectively.

Pictured: 700 W Maxgold PSUPictured: 700 W Maxgold PSU

The newest addition to the MaxGold series of PSUs is a 1000 W unit – the G1000-MB. This PSU carries an 80-Plus Gold certificate and is built to be the company's premium PSU that possesses ample connectivity options. It also has a rubber support to stop some of the fan vibrations from transferring to your case and creating unwanted noise. These supports are available in black and red. Pricing for this unit is set at €160.

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    dstarr3 , May 16, 2014 11:48 AM
    Most important information: Who's the OEM?
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    ko888 , May 16, 2014 12:42 PM
    The OEM for the MX F1 Series is CWT (Channel Well Technology).

    The OEM for the MaxGold Series is Guangdong Yue-Lin Electrical Technology.
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    dstarr3 , May 16, 2014 1:04 PM
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    The OEM for the MX F1 Series is CWT (Channel Well Technology).

    The OEM for the MaxGold Series is Guangdong Yue-Lin Electrical Technology.


    Thank you. I think that kind of information should be in any PSU article.
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