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LEPA LV12 CPU Cooler Launched in Europe

With high-end power supplies like the G1600, LEPA has already built a reputation in Europe. Also the chassis and fans of the young brand enjoy an increasing popularity. Now, the manufacturer enters another cooling section: The CPU cooler LV12 is the result of extensive research and development. The engineers designed a slim and compact heat sink which avoids compatibility issues with higher RAM modules while maintaining a high performance capability.

LEPA relies on a new technique for efficient air stream conduction: Small air vents improve the air circulation inside the heat sink and increase the heat dissipation rate. The heat pipes rest directly on the CPU so that hot spots can be eliminated quickly. Due to these techniques, LEPA engineers have been able to lower down the thermal resistance of the cooler to just 0.095°C/W.

LEPA Introduces the LV12 CPU Coolers

LEPA announces a new product series, the LEPA LV12 CPU air cooler. The LV12 combines the Louver design and H.D.T (Heatpipe Direct Touch) technology to accelerate the heat dissipation. The S.N.T.C (Super Nano Thermal Conductive) coating and BOL (Barometric Oil-less) bearing offer silence performance and product life extension.

The LV12 provides excellent cooling performance with Rth 0.095oC/W by LEPA's in-house technologic innovation: the Louver design. These symmetric air vents on each fin create a "U-shape" airflow to increase the effective contact area and force the air to take more heat. Once the air flows into the fans, the Louver design creates more space to disperse the heat simultaneously.

LEPA Unveils Four New Barometric Oil-less Bearing Fans

LEPA, the LED fan expert, announces its new series of fans, including the LEPA CASINO 4C Advance; LEPA BOL.QUIET PWM; LEPA BOL.QUIET Tri-Speed and the LEPA VORTEX 88C.

The four series feature the patented BOL (Barometric Oil-less) bearing, a self-lubricating design with nano-particles. BOL bearing features for minimal friction operation and is quieter than traditional 2 ball-bearing designs; the special nano-particles are especially applied for using in a high working ambient, with MTBF≧160,000 hours.

LEPA Introduces the MX-F1 Series and MaxGold 1000 W Power Supplies

LEPA introduces new power supplies: The MX-F1 series covers the entry-level segment of the manufacturer. Apart from that, LEPA extends the premium-class MaxGold series with the G1000-MB.

The N series represents the LEPA entry-level class. Since its market introduction in 2011, it has become the bestseller amongst all LEPA power supplies: With good quality components, a stable operation and an excellent price-performance ratio, the N series is a perfect choice for professional system building. With the new MX-F1 series, LEPA significantly upgrades the entry-level class - optically as well as technically.

LEPA Introduces the LEPAD S17 Notebook Cooler

The new LEPAD S17 notebook cooler accomplishes two tasks at once: Its 14 cm fan supports the cooling system of overloaded and overheated mobile computers, and the two integrated speakers improve the sound output quality. For best possible air circulation and an effective elimination of hot spots, LEPA applies a wide steel mesh surface. The cooling performance can be adjusted according to the particular system requirements thanks to a seamless fan speed control. It ranges from 800 to 1,300 RPM.

Notebook sound systems will not always fulfill the expectations of audiophiles. The speakers distort the sound and the volume is too low. With two full-surround satellite speakers and an integrated amplifier, the LEPAD S17 provides a well-balanced, clear and strong audio output.

LEPA Releases MaxPlatinum Power Supply Series

LEPA, one of the world's best high wattage PSU manufacturers is now introducing the new flagship series, the MaxPlatinum, as the triumphant successor of its well known G1600 PSU which was chosen to build MaximumPC Dream Machine 2013.

MaxPlatinum comes with P1050-MA, P1375-MA, and P1700-MA-EU, with a rated power of 1050/1375/1700 watt respectively. The 1050W and 1375W models are 80 PLUS Platinum certified and entire series provides up to 93% efficiency. MaxPlatinum is the impeccable PSU designed for extreme system; e.g. capable of supporting 4 extreme graphic card workstation or multi-ASIC Bitcoin/Litecoin mining rigs, which requires huge power, but consumes less electricity.

LEPA Releases the LPC306 Midi-Tower PC Case

With the new midi tower LPC306, LEPA releases a classy and functional chassis for representative gaming PCs and workstations. The well-thought internal structure gives room for individual system configurations. The user-friendly mounting mechanisms and various functions allow for a quick and comfortable PC assembling.

Efficient Data Storage Management & Support of Multi-GPU Systems
The LPC306 accommodates up to seven hard disks: Three 2.5" drives (SSD or HDD) can be mounted in the upper cage, while the bottom cage houses three 3.5" drives and one 2.5" drive. In order to improve the fresh air supply from the front, the brackets of the upper cage can be removed. That way, LPC306 also supports longer graphics cards with maximum 390 mm length. Seven extension card slots enable the installation of multi-GPU configurations with up to three graphics cards.

Lepa Gives its CPU Coolers Color Options

Lepa unveiled a trio of colorful tower-type CPU coolers coarsely based on the design of Enermax ETS-T40. Unlike Enermax' creation, Lepa's come with aluminium fins anodized with one of three color options, red, blue, and olive-green. The best part is Lepa's LPCP12N series "disco" fan, which should be quite catchy (albeit distracting) in a case with a window. Like the ETS-T40, Lepa's unnamed coolers should measure roughly 139 x 70 x 160 mm (LxWxH), weighing around 610 g. The tower-type heatsink uses four copper heat pipes that draw heat directly from the CPU IHS. Find a video clipping of the "disco" fan in action, at the source.

Source: TechReport

LEPA GM and BM Series Power Supplies Launch in Europe

After the market launch in 2011, the LEPA brand has successfully established itself in Europe. With proven technologies, durable components and an outstanding price-performance ratio, LEPA products have become increasingly popular in the past years. Now the company presents its third power supply generation: The new GM and BM series provide an advanced cooling system and a high-performance technological design for strong gaming rigs. Special bonus: LEPA delivers the PSUs with the brand-new "Q-Brick" rubber frame.

Both series, GM and BM, comply with the latest standard for desktop power supplies, ATX12V v2.4, and therefore also support the C6/C7 energy-saving modes of the most current Intel Haswell processors.

LEPA Debuts the LEPAD V17 Notebook Cooler

In 2011, the LEPA brand entered the European market. Until now, the product range includes mainly PC power supplies and case fans. With the notebook cooler LEPAD V17, the company now launches the first mobile computer device.

Seamless Fan Speed Control
LEPA stays true to its roots and presents a quality product with excellent performance capability. The integrated 14 cm fan offers a wide speed range with 800 to 1,300 RPM. Users can adjust the speed setting seamlessly and well-balance the cooling performance and noise generation. The mesh surface of the cooling pad enhances the air circulation and ensures an efficient notebook cooling.

Lepa G-Series and B-Series Power Supplies Begin Rolling Out

Lepa began rolling out its first G-Series (80 Plus Gold-compliant) and B-Series (80 Plus Bronze-compliant) modular PSUs for gaming PCs, though its EcoMaster sister brand. The two were first unveiled at this year's Computex event. Both series feature identical body designs, cabling, and features, but differ with innards. The G-Series includes 1000W, 800W, 700W, 600W, and 500W variants; while the B-Series includes 1000W, 650W, and 550W variants. Both series feature single +12V rail designs, DC-DC switching, Anti3s Q-Brick bodies, active-PFC, and various electrical protection mechanisms. Measuring about 150 x 165 x 86 mm, these units feature 135 mm fans, are ErP Lot6 compliant, and support low-power C-states of the new Core "Haswell" processors.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Lepa Also Shows Off Contingent of New PSUs

At the end of the day, Lepa started off as a PSU maker, and that's where its expertise lies. The company unveils several new PSUs at Computex, the most notable of which smiled for our cameras. Things start off with the new MX series mainstream PSUs, which offer semi-modular cabling with flat peripheral cables, a single +12V rail design, and up to 86 percent efficiency. These units come in 450W (N450-MA), 550W (N550-MA), and 650W (N650-MA) variants. The 450W model is good for most single graphics card builds, the 550W and 650W ones can take on dual-graphics card setups.

Moving on, Lepa unveiled the BM "MaxBron" series 80 Plus Bronze certified mid-range PSUs, which come in 450W (B450-MB), 550W (B550-MB), 650W (B650-MB), 700W (B700-MB), 800W (B800-MB), and 1000W (B1000-MB) variants. The 450W is good for single card builds, 550W thru 700W for dual-card builds, and 800W thru 1000W for triple-card ones. These units feature semi-modular cabling with flat modular cables, a colorful rubber/silicone frame lining the unit's edges called Anti3s Q-Brick, which absorbs vibrations to reduce noise, and a hydraulic bearing 135 mm fan.

Lepa Unveils HDB240 Liquid CPU Cooler

Lepa showed off its premium closed-loop liquid CPU cooler, the HDB240. Capable of handling thermal loads of up to 300W, the cooler uses a pump+block assembly piped to a reservoir+radiator. A 25 mm-thick 240 x 120 mm radiator, and two Lepa 70D 120 mm fans come included. Sadly for people looking forward to the 220W AMD FX-9000, the HDB240 comes with an LGA retention module, which supports LGA2011 and LGA1150/LGA1155/LGA1156 only.

LEPA BSC650 Mainstream PSU Pictured

LEPA is working on a new mid-range PSU, the BSC650. The 650W PSU is designed for gaming PCs with up to two graphics cards. It features fixed cabling. The ATX v2.3 and EPS 2.92-compliant PSU features a single +12V rail design, with a single 50A rail. The unit is 80 Plus Bronze and ErP LOT-6 2013 certified. The unit features active PFC and a secondary protection IC, offering protection against over/under voltage, overload, and short-circuit. It uses a large 140 mm temperature-controlled fan to cool itself. The BSC650 is slated for launch on September 22.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

LEPA Introduces 5 New Fan Series

LEPA introduces 5 new series fans, incorporating new fancy LEDs to heavy-duty design that runs smoothly at 70°C ambiance.

LEPA CASINO 4C: Casino 4C offers 4 COLOR LED (Blue, red, green and white) with 6 switchable light effects control, including new fancy “SPARKLE” mode. LEPA CASINO 4C is definitely one of the most colorful and fancy fans you’ve ever seen. Coupled with high performance vortex frame design and PWM function, LEPA CASINO 4C is no doubt the unbeatable choice of cooling fan. Price: US $19.99.

LEPA CASINO: With patented spiral LED, blue light and 6 effects, LEPA CASINO provides a splendor lighting show. Additionally, the vortex grille frame design delivers straight airflow to further enhance cooling performance, and PWM control offers flexible speed regulation according to system needs. US $16.99.

Lepa Unveils G1000-MA 80 Plus Gold Modular PSU

Lepa unveiled its newest performance-segment PSU, the G1000-MA. The new PSU features in the same product family as the recently-launched 1600W monstrosity, the G1600. Unlike the G1600, the new G1000-MA features partially modular cabling, with key cables such as 24-pin ATX, 8-pin EPS, and a pair of 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors being fixed, while two additional pairs of 6+2 pin PCIe connectors, a total of twelve SATA power, and 8 Molex connectors, are detachable.

The new 1000W PSU, like the G1600, is 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating certified. Other compliances include ErP Lot6, ATX 2.3, and EPS 2.92. The G1000-MA uses a quad +12V rail design, with four 30A rails. It features active power factor correction, and a suite of protection mechanisms, against over/under voltage/current and short-circuit. Measuring 150 x 183 x 86 mm, the G1000-MA uses a 140 mm fan to keep its innards cool. It is slated for June 23.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

LEPA Readies Liquid CPU Cooler with Slim Block

LEPA is working on a closed-loop liquid CPU cooler, which features an "ultra slim" CPU block. Called the HDB120, this closed-loop cooler appears to have its pump located with the radiator, rather than with the block. As a result, its block is no different in form and function, than a DIY CPU water block. It is just 12 mm-thick, with its coolant tubes factory-fitted on its side, rather than on its top. LEPA plans to unveil (and probably demonstrate) the HDB120 at the upcoming Computex 2012 event.

Source: Expreview

LEPA Introduces the G1600 80+ Gold Rated Power Supply

LEPA, a brand owned by Ecomaster, is proud to announce the launch of its flagship power supply - G1600 surpassing 80 PLUS Gold level. Delivering an incredible 1600 watts of continuous power (1700 W peak), G1600 is the highest wattage PSU with 80 PLUS Gold certification on the market. LEPA G1600 embodies the high standards in performance, efficiency and reliability, which makes it stand out from the rest easily.

Perfect for multi-GPU systems, heavy-duty workstations/servers, as well as industrial PCs, LEPA G1600 is built to satisfy the enthusiasts' ultimate needs. To handle systems which are demanding and power hungry, G1600 is equipped with high quality, durable components, and advanced technologies. G1600, only 18 cm in depth, features Full Bridge and Zero Voltage Switch (ZVS) topologies, not only reducing energy losses during transmission, but also maximizing efficiency up to 93 percent. Its six powerful +12V rails with high maximum loads provide great compatibility with high-end graphics cards. Last but not least, the hassle-free full modular cable management facilitates system upgrades and replacements.

Lepa Shows Off 80 Plus Gold-Certified 1600W Full-Modular PSU

Lepa unveiled a mammoth-capacity 80 Plus Gold certified PSU, the G1600. As its name suggests, it is capable of delivering 1600W of power, which should be sufficient for quad-GPU gaming PCs or extreme overclocking benches. The PSU achieves its gargantuan capacity using six 12V rails, including two 20A and four 30A ones. The PSU is cooled by a 135 mm fan. It features fully-modular cabling, which appears to include two 8-pin EPS connectors, and as many as twelve 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors, apart from a large number of SATA/Molex/Berg connectors. The PSU will start shipping very soon.

Source: Cowcotland

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

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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