Super Flower revealed a 2500W monster power supply during Computex 2019. Who needs that much power? Probably no one, but it's still impressive, no?
Here at Computex 2017, Super Flower appeared to focus its efforts on an SFX-L PSU that will probably debut at the end of the year.
Super Flower announced today its upcoming affordable PSUs, which will be based on a double-forward topology platform and will feature Bronze efficiency.
Super Flower has made quite an impact on the PSU market. Its Leadex platform enjoys huge popularity, both under SF's brand name and other companies like EVGA. The newest Leadex Gold-rated PSU with 550W capacity is on our test bench today.
Super Flower was one of the first companies to release an 80 Plus Titanium-rated PSU. Following the ultra-high-capacity SF-1600F14H unit, the company released two more Titanium PSUs, one of which we're evaluating today.
Super Flower responds to the high demand for low-capacity and highly efficient PSUs with the release of its Leadex Platinum with 550 W max power. This unit packs high performance, silent operation and Platinum efficiency.
At Computex 2015 Super Flower revealed its first full Titanium line of PSUs, becoming the first company to have a full portfolio of Titanium units. But the big news was a digital Titanium PSU with 1600 W capacity.
Corsair's mighty AX1500i PSU must now face some stiff competition, as Super Flower's new Leadex Titanium 1600W offers even more power and efficiency.
You might have had to wait a few years for this to happen, but you can now finally buy a 2 kilowatt PSU.
Super Flower's new Titanium PSUs can push up to 1600 W, beating the competition by a good 100 watt margin.
Did you think all power supplies were manufactured by the brand selling them? We show you what makes a good PSU and reveal who actually builds PSUs. You can actually find lots of quality, instead of just scrap metal, behind some of the budget labels.