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Super Flower Leadex III 850 W

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The new Leadex III unit with 850 W capacity has excellent performance and enough cables and connectors to power a potent gaming system. The cherry on top is the silent operation under even tough conditions. While Super Flower continues the good tradition of the Leadex name, it'll be hard to find their product in the US.

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Hmm does EVGA SuperNova G3 psus use this platform? Or was it older Leadex II.

Anyway I miss their old golden green pro platform, value for the money(not the hoax HX one, the original). Leadex has always been a bit premium platform.
 
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Hmm does EVGA SuperNova G3 psus use this platform? Or was it older Leadex II.

Anyway I miss their old golden green pro platform, value for the money(not the hoax HX one, the original). Leadex has always been a bit premium platform.
The G3 is based on the Leadex II so if EVGA is going to sell the Leadex III i would assume its going to be sold as the G4
 
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Hmm does EVGA SuperNova G3 psus use this platform? Or was it older Leadex II.

Anyway I miss their old golden green pro platform, value for the money(not the hoax HX one, the original). Leadex has always been a bit premium platform.
G3 is based on the leadex II
 
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Eh, why bother bringing out something "new" if it can't compete with Seasonic?
 
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Eh, why bother bringing out something "new" if it can't compete with Seasonic?
Uhm it competes Seasonic offerings just fine, sure you can get same watt a bit better performing focus plus for a bit cheaper. But that is order of magnitude louder psu. On that metrics this one competes with Seasonic Prime series psus, which costs a lot more than this one.
 
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I am currently running on a SuperFlower 800W "Gold" (before they started their Leadex series), it's really old by now, but... it works just fine.

When it was initially recommended to me I didn't believe in the funny sounding (semi-unknown at that time) Chinese brand.
But now I thank that person. It was my most stable PSU I ever had, with high efficiency, it was even tortured during the first mining craze (2013-2014) with high-end Dual-GPU running at 100% 24/7... and survived without a scratch until today.

If I were in a market for a new PSU for another computer, I would buy another SuperFlower in the blink of an eye !
Really glad they are pushing the technology with Leadex III.
 
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Same here. Best PSUs I've ever had were SuperFlower and EVGA (made by SuperFlower). And they are super silent too.
Seasonic has a lot of fame, but the three units I had ended up dying too soon or being just defective.
 
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