Wednesday, March 16th 2011

LEPA Readies New Mainstream PSU Lines for Gamers and System Integrators

Ecomaster is readying new LEPA-branded power supply units (PSUs), targeting mainstream system integrators and gamers. LEPA's new products are branched into N-series, targeting system integrators, and W-series, targeting gaming PCs. Both lines consist of non-modular PSUs that are compliant with the latest PSU standards, including EU ErP Lot 6 2010 standby power draw requirements.

Starting at €34.90, the N-series includes 400W, 500W, and 600W models. The N-series boxes feature active PFC, a single 12V rail design; Over Power, Over Voltage, Over Current, Short-Circuit, and Brown Out protection mechanisms; and are cooled by a 120 mm PWM-controlled fan. The W-series, on the other hand, starts at €59.90, and includes 450W, 500W, and 600W models with higher-grade components, are 80 Plus (std.) compliant, single 12V rail design, and all the protective mechanisms available with the N-series.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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6 Comments on LEPA Readies New Mainstream PSU Lines for Gamers and System Integrators

#1
Mussels
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LEPA?

sounds like leper. i wonder if bits randomly fall off.
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#2
bbmarley
by: Mussels
LEPA?

sounds like leper. i wonder if bits randomly fall off.
^ lol
thats what i was thinking.
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#3
ASharp
Anyone else think the logo looks pretty similar to the "Cougar" line of power supplies from HEC?
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#5
aj28
Hm... These look suspiciously like the Corsair 430/500/600CX... In that they are exactly the same. :)
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
PSU for the cheap. Anyone know who the OEM is of these?
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