LEPA releases 1700-watt PSU

LEPA releases 1700-watt PSU

You may not have heard of LEPA but this company makes some of the world’s most powerful power supply units. To maintain this public image and stay true to its fans and market the company has released three new power supply units with power output of 1050, 1375 and 1700 watts (P1050-MA, P1375-MA, and P1700-MA-EU, respectively).

The three models belong to the company’s new flagship series known as MaxPlatinum. The 1050W and 1375W models are 80 Plus Platinum certified, while all models in the line provide up to 93 per cent of efficiency. The MaxPlatinum line is especially suitable for computers with several video cards and bitcoin-mining PCs.

The new PSUs come with all kinds of technologies such as Over Current, Over Power, Over/Under Voltage, Over Temperature and other protection systems and make use of solid-state Japanese capacitors that can work at up to 105 degrees Celsius. The power supply units are housed in chassis that are just 17.5 cm in depth (1050W model), while the other two models are 18 cm deep. They can reach peak power of up to 1600W (P1375-MA) and 1800W (P1700-MA-EU) in case of need.

The 1050W and 1375W models are now available worldwide, while the 1700W model is available only in countries with power grids of 220V. The first two models cost USD 249.99 and USD 329.99 respectively.

Source: LEPA

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