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.