Super Flower Announces Leadex Platinum 850W PSU Release

Super Flower has announced that it has started shipments of a new power supply: Leadex Platinum 850W.

This power supply is built to provide juice for heavy gaming systems, and as such, it has support for up to three graphics cards. Cabling is provided for six 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors, as well as the standard 24-pin ATX connector along with not one, but two 8-pin EPS connectors, one of which will split up into 2x 4-pin. In addition, there are also connectors for up to 10 SATA devices along with five MOLEX connectors, and of course a single Berg (Floppy) connector. All cables are modular.

12 V is provided by a single 12 V rail which can push up to 70.8 A.

The unit, as its name indicates, is also 80 Plus Platinum certified, allowing it to be cooled very quietly by a single silent 140 mm fan.

The unit also features all the safety standards that we've come to expect from a modern day power supply, so you can rest assured that your hardware will be safe.

Pricing is expected to sit around $220, with availability coming anytime now. The standard warranty lasts five years.

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  • falchard
    Pretty cheap for a Platinum Certified PSU, but who is Super Flower? Also 70 amps running on one rail?
  • xpeh
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    Pretty cheap for a Platinum Certified PSU, but who is Super Flower? Also 70 amps running on one rail?


    Super Flower is actually a high-end Japanese PSU manufacturer. I'd place it at Seasonic's level.
  • Darkk
    I love the specs and the color scheme but please lose that "Flower" name. It's almost bad as "butterfly". Probably fine for Japanese market but not for American or elsewhere.