Three newer versions of power supplies have been introduced and added to the product range of LEPA’s CPU coolers and power supplies. These new power supplies include the 80 Plus Gold product line: GM-MaxGold, the 80 Plus Bronze line: BM-MaxBron and the LEPA MX F1.
The new GM-MaxGold forms part of the Gold line and provides the maximum voltage ranges from 500 W to 1000 W. On the other hand, the BM-MaxBron of the Bronze line starts from 450 W and goes up to 1000 W and the LEPA MX F1 has three different versions; the one with 350 W, 400 W and lastly the model with 600 W.
The two models from the gold and bronze line feature the hybrid modular cable design and a hydraulic bearing fan. One of the most prominent features of the GM-MaxGold and the BM-MaxBron is the Anti3s Q brick design. This feature is a necessary one for all higher performance power supplies. With the help of the protective cover of this feature, damage from any shock, static or slip can be avoided to the maximum. This Q brick further has two components; the red Q brick and the black Q brick and gives users the freedom to switch between the two as they please.
The GM Max Gold from the 80 Plus line meets the Haswell Intel CPU standard with its DC-DC converter design. This ensures that the output of voltage is safe and stable even when the CPU goes into the sleep mode.
Talking about the MX F1, it features the style which has been inspired by the Formula One racing. Graphic cards demanding higher power are kept stable with the 6+2P PCI-E connectors for all the models. This model also features the hydraulic bearing fan and is equipped with a functional cooling system for the most reliable experience.