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Lepa Announces A Trio Of New Power Supply Series



/ 3 years ago

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Lepa, a sub-division of Enermax, have just unveiled three new series of power supplies. The GM-MaxGold, BM-MaxBron and MX F1. First up is the BM-MaxBron range (pictured above) and these are a range of 80 Plus Bronze power supplies in 450/700/800/1000W capacities with semi-modular designs. Lepa claim up to 88% efficiency is possible on these power supplies. They appear to use a 120mm fan for cooling. The units use a single 12 volt rail design and have ErP Lot6 certification. Lepa include changeable power supply sleeves which they are calling “Q-Bricks” and these can be swapped out for different colours. Included is a red one and a complimentary black one. These are designed to prevent slipping, scratching and virbration.

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Next is the GM-MaxGold series of power supplies in 500/600/700W capacities and with 80 Plus Gold certification. These also use a semi modular design, have a 120mm cooling fan and Lepa claim up to 92% peak efficiency on these units. They are using a DC to DC converter topology and have full Haswell C6/C7 compatibility. These units also feature Lepa’s changeable “Q-Brick” power supply sleeve.

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Lastly the MX F1 series pictured above comes in 350/400/600W capacities and has no efficiency certification. These power supplies have a non-modular design and an extended 60cm CPU 8pin cable. There is a quiet 120mm fan and these MX F1 units will be priced very aggressively for the entry level user.

More details can be found at the Lepa website.

Images courtesy of Lepa/Enermax


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  • Wayne

    What’s the use of announcing them if you never get to see or buy them in most parts of the world? BTW, that name has got to be one of the most unfortunate I’ve ever encountered.

    • Matthew Humpherson

      They do look nice though :p. Where exactly are they available, on their website it seems to say Japan and Taiwan only which I agree is a stupidly small market…

      • Wayne

        Not much of a problem though. Once you’ve purchased a good quality PSU, it tends to last for a couple of builds.

        • Matthew Humpherson

          Yeah I have had the same one for years now. By the way I was wondering as you have mentioned several times that you do reviews what website do you work for?

          • Wayne

            I’m not affiliated with any website. I’m a retired IT professional turned freelance part time journalist who does technical pieces for some local mags.

    • Lepa PSUs tend to be made available in Europe and North America after a few weeks of announcing. Agreed the naming they choose is very questionable.