Four 12V-2×6 connectors! Super Flower reveals their 2800W Leadex VII PSU at Computex

Super Flower has revealed their most powerful PSU to date – Meet the 2800W Leadex VII

Need more power? Super Flower has a new PSU for you. At Computex 2024, Super Flower has revealed a 2800W Leadex VII power supply. This PSU is ATX 3.1 and PCIe 5.1 compliant, and features an 80+ Platinum efficiency rating.

With its four 12V-2×6 power connectors, this PSU can power four RTX 4090 graphics cards at the same time. This makes Super Flower’s new 2800W PSU ideal for high-performance AI PCs. While multi-GPU systems are no longer useful for gaming, they are useful for AI and workstation workloads.

At Computex 2024, Super Flower proudly introduces its Leadex PSU Series up to 2800W, meticulously crafted for professionals seeking unparalleled performance and reliability. With an 80PLUS Platinum Certification, the Leadex Series ensures exceptional energy efficiency. It is fully compliant with ATX3.1 and PCIe 5.1 standards and guarantees compatibility with the latest hardware. Featuring full Japanese capacitors, these PSUs deliver stable power output, ensuring longevity and reliability. Equipped with a fluid dynamic bearing (FDB) fan and copper shaft, Leadex PSUs excel in heat dissipation, ensuring optimal cooling even under heavy loads. For professionals demanding the pinnacle of power supply technology, the Leadex Series is the ultimate choice.

This new power supply is designed to handle the heaviest of workloads. 2800 watts is an insane amount of power, and that is why Super Flower has only used the best components to create this PSU. This includes 100% Japanese capacitors, and a fan with a fluid dynamic bearing and a copper shaft.

Sadly, Super Flower has not revealed the full specifications of their new 2800W PSU. Though we can tell from the image above that it is much longer than the standard 140mm length of standard ATX PSUs.

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