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Overclockers have expanded their range of Superflower PSUs

Overclockers have expanded their range of Superflower PSUs - PRESS RELEASE

Overclockers have expanded their range of Gold, Platinum and Titanium PSUs from Superflower

Overclockers have expanded their range of Superflower PSUs

 

Overclockers UK, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, have expanded their Leadex series of Super Flower power supplies, introducing a further seven units. Super Flower are now the first power supply vendor to have a full range of Platinum rated PSUs from 430W all the way to 2000W and they are also the first to supply a Titanium 850W and 1000W model in the industry.

Super Flower, one of the world’s leading power supply manufacturers have added the following units to their current range, the Platinum 550W, 650W, 750W, 850W, and the Titanium 850W and 1000W, along with the 550W Gold.

 

Overclockers have expanded their range of Gold, Platinum and Titanium PSUs from Superflower

 

The popular Leadex models are fully modular for easy cable management, so you don't use more cables than you need to. With full Platinum, Titanium or Gold certification, these power supplies are extremely reliable, with great performance and high efficiency. Current models in the Leadex range have already amassed a huge amount of top awards and accolades.

The Super Flower Leadex range are perfect for everyone who desires high quality stable power supply unit, gamers, enthusiasts or casual consumers. All power supplies come with a 5 year manufacturer’s warranty.

You can view Overclocker UK's new range of Superflower PSUs here.     

 

My thoughts

Bringing new high efficiency PSUs to the market is a great thing, especially in the lower wattage end. Bringing Titanium level efficiency to wattage of as low as 850W is great, but personally I think the platinum efficiency 550W PSU is the most noteworthy as I have never seen a PSU of that wattage with Platinum level efficiency before.

Overclockers offering a larger range of products is no doubt a good thing for consumers as it allows their buyers to have more choice when it comes to building their systems, the availability of higher efficiency PSU for lower wattage ranges is certainly a show of things to come and hopefully this means that more economically constrained buyers can benefit from higher efficiency PSUs. 

 

You can join the discussion on Overclockers increasing their range of high efficiency Superflower PSUs on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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26-06-2015, 07:37:34

Permafrost
oh great another psu to add to the list of pus to go for...

#firstworldproblemsQuote

26-06-2015, 07:43:59

Tolemac
If I didn't already have the Leadex gold I would be tempted to buy a platinum Quote

26-06-2015, 07:46:36

Permafrost
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Originally Posted by Tolemac View Post
If I didn't already have the Leadex gold I would be tempted to buy a platinum
no love for Titanium?Quote

26-06-2015, 07:53:06

Tolemac
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Originally Posted by Permafrost View Post
no love for Titanium?
Ooh I do but they are pretty expensive tbh £175 for 850W its a bit out of my price range and I have spent quite a bit on this pc over the past 2 years but back on topic I think its awesome that we can get titanium ones here in the UK thanks to OCUKQuote

26-06-2015, 07:55:29

Permafrost
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Originally Posted by Tolemac View Post
Ooh I do but they are pretty expensive tbh £175 for 850W its a bit out of my price range and I have spent quite a bit on this pc over the past 2 years but back on topic I think its awesome that we can get titanium ones here in the UK thanks to OCUK
yeah it is cool but you right when it comes to the price, 1000w is £50ish more than the platinum ones...Quote
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