Friday, March 30th 2012

Lepa Unveils New Entry-Level PSUs

Lepa unveiled the N300 (300W) and N350 (350W) entry-level PSUs. Pictured below, is the N3x0 PSUs feature a top-fan design, cooled by a 120 mm fan. While these PSUs are equipped with protection mechanisms that are standard with modern PSUs, such as over-voltage protection, over-current protection, overload protection, short-circuit protection, etc., they lack 80 Plus certification. Both N300 and N350 feature just the one 6-pin PCIe power connector, apart from four SATA, three Molex, one Berg, and 4+4 pin EPS, next to 24-pin ATX. Pricing and availability information is not available.

Source: Expreview
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7 Comments on Lepa Unveils New Entry-Level PSUs

#1
DarkOCean
Never heard of them.Is this only on the asian market?
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#2
[H]@RD5TUFF
Do people still use PSU's this low in power ?
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#3
m1dg3t
I dont see the point of selling both a 300w & 350w unit, a 300w & 400w ok there is enough of a spread. Gonna have to get crmaris to review 'em for us :)
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#4
Chevalr1c
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
Do people still use PSU's this low in power ?
Ever heard of internet/office PCs? IIRC, I used a 350w Be Quiet! PSU for my father's current pc.
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#5
Fourstaff
Low power servers, budget rigs, etc. If I am going to build myself a rig right now, I doubt I would buy a 600w psu, 500w is plenty power for 2500K + 7870 right now.
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#6
kokoy
Never heard of them.Is this only on the asian market?
LEPA is an enermax rebrand(?)
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#7
entropy13
by: kokoy
LEPA is an enermax rebrand(?)
Nope. They're two distinct brands owned by the same company. Lepa isn't an Enermax brand. Although there are Enermax-made PSUs that are branded for Lepa.
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