Super Flower launched its second high-performance 650W (continuous, peak output is 750W) modular PSU after the SF-650P14PE, the SF-650P14XE. The new model packs a ton of new features such as PFC + LLC, half-bridge resonant topology, DC-to-DC output, and synchronous rectification. Although it qualifies for 80 Plus Gold, its makers claim efficiency levels as high as 90%. The SF-650P14XE incorporates Japanese capacitors, Infineon-made MOSFETs, and double vertical transformers. The unit is cooled by a 140 mm Yate Loon-made fan, which is LED-lit (red or blue). Another striking feature is its so-called avionics-grade modular cabling couplings, which ensure good contact. Similar solutions have been implemented previously, on some ABS-Tagan PSUs. The PSU provides enough connectivity to 2-way SLI/CrossFire gaming PCs. Connectors include 24-pin ATX, 4+4 pin ATX/EPS, two 6+2 pin PCIe, two 6-pin PCIe, four SATA, five Molex, and one Berg. The usual suite of protection mechanisms, including OCP , OVP , OPP , SCP, are included. Out now, the SF-650P14XE is priced at 699 RMB (US $110).